Non-conventional Ventilatory Team (NVT)
Our research is aimed at all aspects of artificial lung ventilation: theoretical analyses, modeling, design of respiratory care equipment, animal ventilatory experiments, clinical trials and education in respiratory care. We are focused especially on High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation (HFOV), heliox and Electrical Impedance Tomography in respiratory care. NVT is based at Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Biomedical Engineering.
The 10th annual RESPIRATORY DAYS conference will be held at Bumbalka, Labská u Špindlerova Mlýna, Krkonoše Mts. (Find the place), on September 1–3, 2021 (Wed—Fri).
The preliminary book of abstracts from Respiratory Days 2019 can be downloaded here.
(For members of FBMI CTU only: The conference will immediately precede the BioŠrot and ParaŠrot training courses. Biošrot, Parašrot will take place at the same place, starting on Saturday, September 4, 2021.)
Důležité milníky vývoje nouzového plicního ventilátoru CoroVent
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CoroVent has been certified by the US government agency FDA (21. 8. 2020)
The Czech emergency ventilator CoroVent has been approved by the US government agency FDA for emergency use in medical facilities for the treatment of patients with Covid-19, under the conditions set out in the EUA (Emergency Use Authorization).
Český plicní ventilátor vyvinutý během pandemie koronaviru získal certifikaci od americké vladní agentury FDA.
CoroVent obtained permission to be used in hospitals for Covid-19 patients
(22. 10. 2020)
The first use of the emergency ventilator CoroVent (5. 11. 2020)
Physicians of the Department of Anaesthesiology, Perioperative and Intensive Care, Faculty of Health Studies, J. E. Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem and Krajská zdravotní, a. s. – Masaryk Hospital in Ústí nad Labem, o. z. (KAPIM) were the first in the Czech Republic to use the CoroVent emergency ventilator.
A professor, Karel Roubík, from the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering at the Czech Technical University began in the 1990s in Podolí, Prague, at the Institute for the care of Mother and Child, where he designed unconventional ventilatory techniques. This came in handy last spring 2020 when there was a threat of an acute shortage of ventilators in hospitals. And so he prepared a prototype with his small team, for which tens of millions of crowns were raised in record time. The CoroVent project created several hundred ventilators that were not needed in hospitals in the end, but the event showed how efficient, fast and innovative the local technology community can be.
Návod k obsluze, dokument o zajištění prevence barotraumatu a další dokumenty jsou uvedeny v záložce “CoroVent“.
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