Medical Ventilators

The Right Ventilation Mode in an Emergency

MEDUMAT Standard²

MEDUMAT Standard² is your reliable partner during an emergency response – for the ground emergency medical service, the air rescue service, and in the military medical corps. The intuitive emergency ventilator offers maximum safety for the patient and the user thanks to numerous features.

The MEDUMAT Standard² has different modes and options for invasive and non-invasive ventilation (NIV).

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Top Facts:

  • Specific mode for resuscitation (CPR) with the innovative CCSV (Chest Compression Synchronized Ventilation) ventilation mode

  • Supports induction of anesthetic with the RSI mode

  • Flow measurement and CO2 measurement for improved monitoring

  • Individually configurable with functions that can be optionally activated

  • Can be combined with a defibrillator on a portable unit

  • Low weight of just 2.5 kg

  • Battery runtime of up to 10 hours

  • Digital documentation via Bluetooth® data transmission


We offer a comprehensive product portfolio and accessories that cover every eventuality. 

A key feature of WEINMANN accessories and consumables is their intuitive and simple handling.

You can find reusable and disposable breathing circuits, reusable and disposable components, and other accessories and consumables for MEDUMAT Standard²  in our

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Integrated Ventilation Modes:

  • IPPV

  • CPR

  • RSI

  • CPAP

  • Demand

Optional Modes and Functions:

  • CCSV (Chest Compression Synchronized Ventilation)

  • Flow measurement + ASB

  • Curve display (Prerequisite: Flow measurement + ASB option is activated)

  • Pressure control ventilation modes
    With this option, the following pressure control ventilation modes can also be used:
    PCV, aPCV, BiLevel + ASB, PRVC + ASB

  • Inhalation

  • S-IPPV

  • SIMV

  • Bluetooth® data transmission

  • Capnography

  • NVG (Night Vision Goggles): Exclusively available for military medical corps

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Technical Details

Dimensions (W x H x D in mm): 206 mm x 137 mm x 130 mm
Weight: Approx. 2.5 kg
Temperature (operating conditions): -18 °C to +50 °C
(0 °C to +40 °C with CO₂ measurement)
Height above sea level (operating conditions): -500 m to 5 000 m
Degree of protection against:
- Ingress of solid foreign bodies
- Ingress of dust
- Ingress of water with harmful effect
Resistance to shock and vibration: EN 1789
EN 794-3
ISO 10651-3
Power supply: 12 to 15 V or 100 to 240 V / 50 to 60 Hz with external power supply unit
Battery runtime (typically): Up to 10 h
Ventilation modes (standard): IPPV
Ventilation modes (optional): SIMV
BiLevel + ASB
Monitoring: Airway pressure, Optional: Expiratory flow/volume
etCO₂ trend
Chest compression rate (only with CCSV)
Other functions: CCSV mode for resuscitation
RSI mode for induction of anesthesia
Bluetooth® data transmission option
Night Vision Goggles option
FiO₂: AirMix (approx. 60%) or 100%
Tidal volume: 50 ml to 2 000 ml
Ventilation rate: 5/min to 50/min
I:E: 1:4 to 4:1, 1:1 in CPR Manual
PEEP: 0 mbar to 30 mbar
Further standards used: EN 60601-1
EN 60601-1-2
EN 794-3
ISO 10651-3
EN 13718-2

Technical Service

After your purchase we take care of your devices.

With repairs, maintenance, safety checks (STK) and electrical safety checks, we offer you a complete service for your device:


Training video for MEDUMAT Standard2 as of Software 4.15 | WEINMANN Emergency

MEDUMAT Standard² in CPR mode

CPR Mode

This is How MEDUMAT Standard² can Support You during Resuscitation

A particularly important aspect when the patient needs to be resuscitated is that the CPR mode guides the responder safely through cardiopulmonary resuscitation in line with the guidelines.

The CPR mode can be activated easily by pressing the CPR button on the device. The mechanical breaths can then be administered manually to the patient in a controlled manner by pressing the MEDUtrigger button. The MEDUtrigger is attached to the mask so that it can be operated while the mask is being held using the C grip technique. Once the airway has been secured, the ventilator can be switched to continuous ventilation with two touches of the button. 

MEDUMAT Standard² therefore covers all of the necessary steps for resuscitation. You won’t need any other devices for effective ventilation.


Synchronizing Lungs and Heart during CPR

CCSV (Chest Compression Synchronized Ventilation) is the new ventilation mode specifically for resuscitation from WEINMANN Emergency.

In CCSV mode, a mechanical breath is initiated in sync with each chest compression. This means no gas volume escapes from the lungs and the pressure in the lungs provides support during the chest compression.

A frequency tachometer helps the user to maintain an optimum compression frequency. An advantage of CCSV is that the ventilation mode can be used with mechanical chest compression devices. 

CCSV can be optionally activated in the MEDUMAT Standard². You can find more information about CCSV here.

Infographic: Resuscitation with CCSV
MEDUMAT Standard² in CPAP mode


Non-Invasive Therapy (NIV)

Sedation and intubation always carry risks for the patient. In the event of some indications, such as cardiac pulmonary edema or exacerbated COPD, intubation may not be necessary.

Non-invasive CPAP therapy via a mask offers many advantages. A prerequisite is that the patient is awake and breathing spontaneously. A particularly important aspect in emergency medicine is that CPAP therapy can be initiated immediately by EMS field providers.

Continuous positive airway pressure ensures improved gas exchange in the lungs when the patient is breathing spontaneously. The increased pressure can cause the oxygen from the alveoli of the lungs to diffuse more into the blood and the carbon dioxide to diffuse into the alveoli. The PEEP (positive end-expiratory pressure) also ensures that the alveoli do not collapse at the end of the exhalation phase.
No other devices or accessories are required to perform CPAP therapy or oxygen inhalation with the MEDUMAT Standard². The CPAP mode is already integrated in the device and the CPAP + ASB mode is available as an option.

ASB stands for assisted spontaneous breathing. The ASB function is used for pressure support of insufficient or exhausted spontaneous respiration. The patient can breathe spontaneously without restriction, but their breathing is supported by the ventilator. The CPAP + ASB mode combines the operating principles of CPAP and ASB. This means ventilation can be individually tailored to the patient using the inspiratory and expiratory triggers.

RSI Mode

Supports You With the Induction of Anesthesia

Rapid Sequence Induction, a shortened form of anesthesia induction, is an important application in emergency ventilation. It is used if the patient needs to be intubated particularly quickly. The RSI mode of MEDUMAT Standard² has the right function for every step of the treatment.

As soon as RSI mode has been selected, the ventilator switches to the Demand function for patient pre-oxygenation. Once intubation is complete, you can switch to the manual mode by selecting Manual. You can now manually initiate mechanical breaths using the MEDUtrigger. The airway passage can be monitored at the same time using CO2 monitoring. Once the airway has been secured, switch to continuous ventilation (IPPV or BiLevel + ASB) by pressing the button.

This gives you direct access to the ventilator functions you need for each treatment step and allows you to ventilate the patient as much as necessary. 

MEDUMAT Standard² in use
MEDUMAT Standard² in night mode

Display optimally readable in the dark

MEDUMAT Standard² upgraded to include night mode

Nighttime deployments are particularly demanding for EMS field providers. As well as the physical strain, varying light conditions make the work more difficult. The portable ventilator helps thanks to its night mode*. In night mode the colors on the display are inverted so as to minimize glare. This makes it easy to read parameters even in complete darkness.

* Available from software version 5.3. Availability dependent on regional approvals.

Sophisticated Details for Simple Operation

Emergency ventilator MEDUMAT Standard², exploded view
Optimal Display Layout

For a perfect view on measurements and settings

Accessories Connection

For MEDUtrigger and FlowCheck sensor connection line

SD Card

For transmission of device configurations, software updates, session data and log files

Hygiene Filter

Protects the device, and therefore the patient and user, against contamination from viruses and bacteria

Lithium-Ion Removable Rechargeable Battery

Practical exchangeable battery with its own status display. Operating time: up to 10 hrs (depending on the device and options), charging time (0% – 95%): 3.5 hrs.

User-Friendly Navigation Knobs

Rapidly-operated navigation buttons are simple and quick to use

Front Connection

For patient circuit

Connection for Measuring Tube System

For pressure and CO₂ measurement as well as PEEP management

MEDUMAT Standard² software simulation

Interactive Training

With the Simulation Software

Would you like to find out more about the functions of MEDUMAT Standard² or get to know how the device works? Use our interactive simulation software.