Automatic Mechanical Ventilation
At Inbentus we have developed a high performance mechanical ventilator for respiratory care treatment in the fight against Covid-19.
It is an artificial respirator with technical characteristics that meet the requirements established by the Spanish Agency of Medicine and Health Products, which offers a chance of survival to people infected by the Covid-19 that do not have access to techniques or types of invasive ventilation. A clinical response and a scalable and necessary alternative to a health crisis of global dimension.
Usability and user interface
The ventilator has an intuitive user interface thanks to a Siemens color touch screen designed to provide an easy to use solution for setting ventilation and monitoring parameters by medical specialists.
Through an external PC, the equipment also allows the display of pressure, flow and volume charts along with mechanical ventilation parameters.
Made of stainless steel
High durability of components
7″ Siemens touch screen
Configurable ventilatory values: peak pressure, plateau and PEEP
Tidal volume and minute volume
30-minute electric autonomy
Security alarm systems
The SAV-19 is a professional high performance mechanical ventilator whose operation has been approved by the independent agency Applus in accordance with the technical requirements demanded by the Spanish Agency for Medicines, complying with the following standards:
– UNE-EN 60601-1:2006/A1:2013: Electromedical equipment. Part 1: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance (Ratified by AENOR in November 2013.)
– UNE-EN ISO 80601-2-12:2011: Medical electrical equipment. Part 2-12: Particular requirements for the basic safety and essential performance of intensive care ventilators. (ISO 80601-2-12:2011) (Ratified by AENOR in June 2011.)
– UNE-EN 60601-1-2:2015 (IEC 60601-1-2-2014): Medical electrical equipment. Part 1-2: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance Collateral standard: Electromagnetic disturbances. Requirements and tests. (Ratified by AENOR in November 2015).
– UNE-EN 60601-2-12:2007: Medical electrical equipment. Part 2-12: Particular requirements for the safety of lung ventilators. Critical care ventilators (IEC 60601-2-12:2001).
Partners and Collaborators
During the health crisis, the cooperation of the Association of Managers of the Region of Murcia (Adimur), leading medical teams in the health sector, industrial engineering specialists and the Scientific and Technical Research Area (ACTI) of the University of Murcia emerged with the sole objective of saving as many lives as possible.
Thanks to the technical and commercial collaboration of large multinationals such as SMC or Siemens, among other renowned companies, the creation of the SAV-19 mechanical ventilator promises reliability and durability of more than four guaranteed years.