Patient resuscitation with a mobile ventilator

Emergency Ventilation Designed for EMS

Airway management and ventilation are some of the most important, yet challenging situations EMS faces in the pre-hospital setting. And ventilation continues to be one of the most difficult aspects of high-performance CPR. With MEDUMAT EasyCPR, ventilation is consistent and reliable. MEDUMAT EasyCPR can be used with a basic mask, a supraglottic airway or an endotracheal tube, allowing responders to obtain a more consistent ventilation rate and tidal volume as a result of its controlled automatic ventilation. [1]

Literature: [1] Marjanovic N., Le Floch S., Jaffrelot M., L’Her E., Evaluation of manual and automatic manually triggered ventilation performance and ergonomics using a simulation model. Respir Care. 2014;59(5):735–42.

Safely Secure an Airway

Our mobile ventilator MEDUMAT EasyCPR offers support when a patient requires intubation:

  • Demand Flow Mode: In demand flow mode, a patient with spontaneous breathing receives 100% oxygen through the mask.
  • Manual Mode: In manual mode, the qualified medical personnel can deliver consistent, safe ventilations at any time using the MEDUtrigger, while still using both hands for mask sealing.
  • Continuous Mode (IPPV): Upon securing an advanced airway, providers can switch the ventilator to continuous mode (IPPV) with a pressure limit.
CE grip on medutrigger

Simple and intuitive

MEDUMAT EasyCPR’s built-in adult and pediatric settings allow you to quickly ventilate at the right rate and volume during critical situations. Qualified medical personnel can use MEDUMAT EasyCPR to ventilate patients with a variety of conditions. And at less than 1.5 pounds, MEDUMAT EasyCPR is ideal for the pre-hospital setting.

Designed for Out-Of-Hospital Environments

Thanks to its dimensions, the compact ventilator MEDUMAT EasyCPR can be transported and stored easily. The devices can be securely mounted on a stretcher with the mounting set (with its retaining plate and fastening strap) or carried in the provided protective transport bag.

  • Dimensions: 3.9 x 5.7 x 3.5 inch (100 x 145 x 90 mm)
  • Weight: Just 1.5 lbs (700 g)
  • Tested against shock and vibrations in accordance with EN 1789 and RTCA/DO 160 G
Patient transport to ambulance
Mechanical ventilation during transport

Advantages of Mechanical Ventilation with MEDUMAT EasyCPR

MEDUMAT EasyCPR is designed specifically for out-of hospital use in critical situations, including cardiac arrest and post-resuscitation. Mechanical ventilation allows EMS field providers to focus on what matters most: saving lives.

With MEDUMAT EasyCPR your patients can benefit from the advantages of mechanical ventilation: consistent and reliable ventilation rates and volumes.

Even research shows that, as a result of its controlled automatic ventilation, mechanical ventilators allow responders to obtain a more consistent ventilation rate and tidal volume. [1]

[1] Marjanovic N., Le Floch S., Jaffrelot M., L’Her E., Evaluation of manual and automatic manually triggered ventilation performance and ergonomics using a simulation model. Respir Care. 2014;59(5):735–42.

For Qualified Medical Personnel

EMS providers can be trained to use MEDUMAT EasyCPR safely and effectively, with pre-established settings that make it intuitive and simple to operate.

  • LED display to monitor airway pressure
  • An easy to understand alarm system to ensure patient safety
Intubated patient on stretcher pushed into the ambulance

Manual ventilation mode for applying manual breaths via MEDUtrigger during resuscitation or Rapid Sequence Intubation (RSI)

One single knob for setting tidal volume and ventilation rate

Color coding for simple settings by patient group

Built-in visual and audible alarm system

Demand flow mode supports spontaneous ventilation

Two pressure limits for tube and mask ventilation

Continuous monitoring of airway pressure via LED display

DISS connector for low-pressure hose assembly

Life-Saving Capabilities

The Main Benefits of MEDUMAT EasyCPR

  • Can be easily integrated in the standard process for CPR & RSI
  • Simple to use with intuitive controls and predefined settings
  • Smalland lightweight
  • Combines Demandflow Mode, IPPV mode and manual ventilation
  • Allows one person to administer two mechanical breaths in less than five seconds
  • Consistent rate and volume
  • Demand flow mode for oxygenation of patients who are spontaneously breathing

Simple and Intuitive

Consistent Mask Ventilation

Using the integrated MEDUtrigger, a single EMS field provider can maintain a good mask seal with both hands while simultaneously ventilating the patient. Located on the ventilation mask, the MEDUtrigger allows the rescuer to deliver a single mechanical breath at a fixed tidal volume – simply by pressing a button with their thumb. Once a supraglottic airway or endotracheal tube is in place, MEDUMAT EasyCPR can be used for continuous ventilation with a fixed ventilation rate and volume. This allows the EMS field provider to accomplish other tasks besides ventilation.

Ventilation Modes

Demand Flow Mode

Respiration-controlled Oxygen Inhalation

In demand flow mode, the device provides spontaneously breathing patients 100 % oxygen for inhalation via a ventilation. The ventilation is performed exclusively with the ventilation mask. Due to slight negative pressure on the patient valve an inspiration is triggered, oxygen flows until slight excess pressure interrupts the flow and expiration is via the patient valve.

Manual Mode

Breathing rate adjustable by EMS field provider

With MEDUMAT EasyCPR, EMS field providers can deliver consistent ventilations during patient resuscitation. In manual mode, a rescuer can trigger the ventilator to administer a breath with the push of a button while maintaining a good mask seal with both hands.

Continuous Mode (IPPV)

Ventilation of patients without spontaneous respiration

The continuous mode is used for mandatory volume controlled ventilation with a fixed minute volume. The minute volume is set via a combined setting of the tidal volume and frequency.

Technical Details

Dimensions incl. connections (W x H x D) 3.9 x 5.7 x 3.5 inch
Weight 1.5 lbs (0.7 kg)
Temperature (for operation)
Temperatur (for storage)
- 4 °F to 122 °F (-20 °C to +50 °C)
-104 °F to 158 °F (-40 °C to +70 °C)
Oxygen concentration 100% 02
Supply gas Medical oxygen
Oxygen consumption for device operation 0 l/min
Operating pressure 40 psi to 87 psi (2.7 bar to 6 bar)
Minimum input flow 40 l/min
Power supply • Maintenance-free lithium battery (3.6 V; 5.2 Ah)
• Approx. 100 hours at room temperature and Vt 500 ml.,
Temperatures below 0°C (32°F) reduce battery life.
IPPV mode
• Ventilation rate
• Tidal volume (Vt)
• Correlation of tidal volume to ventilation frequency
• I:E ratio
• Max. ventilation pressure

Adjustable from 10 to 25 min-1
Adjustable from 65 to 950 ml
f(min-1) -> Vt(ml) [25;65], [20;100], [15;150], [12;300], [10;500], [10;600], [10;800], [10;950]
1:2 or 1:3
20 or 45 cmH2O
Manual mode
• Tidal volume (Vt)
• Max. ventilation pressure
• I:E ratio

Adjustable from 65 ml to 950 ml
20 or 45 cmH2O
1:1
Demand flow mod
• Trigger
• Peak flow
• Switch-off pressure

-0.8 mbar +/- 0.3 mbar
≥ 40 l/min
3 cmH2O +/- 0.3 cmH2O
Visual and audio alarms • Airway pressure high (pAW)
• Airway pressure low (pAW / Apnea)
• Supply pressure low (<40 psi)
• Battery low
Protection from dust and splashing water IP54
Meets relevant parts of the standards DIN EN 794-3, ISO 10651-3, EN 1789, EN 60601-1,
EN 60601-1-2, EN 60601-1-12, RTCA DO-160 G, UL certification
As to electrical shock, fire and mechanical hazards only ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1 (2005) + AMD 1 (2012), CAN/CSA-C22.2 No, 60601-1 (2014), IEC 60601-1-6:2010, AMD1:2013, IEC 60601-1-8:2006, AMD1:2012, IEC 60601-1-12:2014

All rights to design and specification modifications reserved.

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