The AirBridge EBAS (Emergency Breathing Assistance System) has been jointly developed by Wipro 3D and Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology (SCTIMST), based on know-how and initial design provided by SCTIMST (Dept. of Science & Technology, Government of India).

It is a device that employs motorized compression and natural decompression of a Bag Valve Mask (BVM) to provide positive pressure and volume-controlled ventilation to a patient requiring immediate assistance or support in breathing.

It provides sustained but temporary breathing/ventilation support in emergency situations, to patients with varying lung compliances. The device is not a replacement for mechanical ventilators.

Use Cases

Bridge device for COVID-19 patients while waiting for a ventilator

Re-allocate ambulance crew to other life support activities

Onboard breathing assistance on-the-bed while moving patient from OT / Intensive care to ward

For patients who need
respiratory support at home

For Industries, Corporate Campuses, Educational Institutions – As a part of the First Aid kit, for use in emergency situations


Product Overview


Product Demo

Features

  • Compact portable design
  • Product Dimensions (without Silicone Resuscitator Bag and Airway Circuit): 525 x 295 x 235 (mm)
  • Full control over Tidal Volume, Inspiratory and Expiratory times, I:E Ratio, Breaths per Minute, Minute Volume and Flow Rate
  • Alarms for changes in Tidal Volume, BPM, I/E Times from the set values
  • 2.8” TFT screen display
  • Easy access to Bag for emergency intervention (SOS)
  • Fully 17 Volt DC controlled circuit inside the unit
  • Voltage Adapter (AC to DC)
  • 3-hour Battery backup

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