Allied Healthcare Ventilators, a Boon During Mass Casualty Situations

by Savitha C Muppala on  June 23, 2011 at 1:19 PM Medical Gadgets
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A line of ventilators meant to be used during large scale casualty situations have been designed by Allied Healthcare located at St.Louis.
 Allied Healthcare Ventilators, a Boon During Mass Casualty Situations
Allied Healthcare Ventilators, a Boon During Mass Casualty Situations
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This type of ventilator is a blessing during natural calamities and disasters, when hospitals are unable to meet the demand of patients needing life support.

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The Allied Mass Casualty Ventilators have many advantages - they are easy to operate, they have a long battery life and can be used without any external gas connection.

These Mass Casualty Ventilators are also comfortably priced at $3,000 per unit, as against $30,000 for a normal hospital ventilator.



Source: Medindia
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