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Emergency Ventilator Statistics

Many emergency ventilators have a PCB for controlling the various settings that are needed to ensure proper operation. These settings generally adjust certain statistical values including Respiratory Rate, Tidal Volume, IE Ratio, PEEP, and PIP.
As long as the PCB controller can send the values of the statistics through the URL of a web page, the Monitoring sevice can display the values and identify when values are out of an acceptable range.
Sending the statistics data is very simple. There is an example Arduino INO file included with the code. If your ventilator is not using an Arduino based PCB, similar code can be used from various programming languages.
Not all emergency ventilators will be able to report on all statistics. The statistics supported by your particular ventilator can be activated upon registration of the ventilator into the system.

Monitoring and Alerts

The heart of the system is the ability to monitor your ventilators. The web based monitoring service can be called up in a web browser. It will display all active ventilators that are sending statistics data to the web service. The statistics data refreshes as new data is received.
The values of the data received are checked against acceptable ranges for each category. If a value is out of range an alarm will be indicated in the monitoring service. Users can be set up to receive text alerts as well.
Once an alarm is triggered and the text alerts go out the monitoring service allows for the alarm to be Paused. This gives users the opportunity to attend to the patient on the ventilator and get the values back within an acceptable range. Once the patient is stable the alarm can resumed and since the values are back in check no alarm will be displayed.  © 2020  All Rights Reserved.    |    Privacy    |    Terms Of Use