The MEDUMAT Transport can support a variety of clinical pictures. “I need different ventilation patterns depending on whether I’m dealing with an asthma patient or someone with pulmonary edema, for example. This device provides that, and it’s a really elegant solution, of course”, explains Dr. Endruweit; “the breathing patterns are adapted to suit the patient, not only in terms of rate, but also in terms of modulation. The device reacts to the patient, to the patient’s respiratory stroke - we expect that as well these days. It’s a real support.”
If he picks up an intensive care patient, it pleases him that his colleagues on the ward rate the fact that the slim MEDUMAT Transport can adopt the ventilation pattern without problems.
“There is a whole range of options, even we don’t always use them all”, he reports. It should be borne in mind that the MEDUMAT devices used by the Gießen Air Ambulance are among those most frequently used throughout the whole of Germany – Dr. Endruweit heard this from a WEINMANN service engineer.