DESIGN AND SURVEY OF A MODULAR CLINICAL APPLICATION VENTILATOR

1B. Sai Pavan Krishna, Y. Bhaskar Rao

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Abstract:

Cost of treatment for ventilator-reliant clinicians is a huge hindrance not just for their relatives but also for preventivestructures in particular. The use of high frequency ventilators has recently illustrated to minimize lung arrest due to decreased flow of circulation.The devices pre-owned today, however, abide voluminous, inordinate and mostly for use in hospice environments. A compact, less density high-frequency ventilator is a pressing necessity will give patients transitional rehabilitation among hospital stay and effective recovery.This research introduces the concept of a high-frequency portable ventilator, as well as an analysis of it’s virtually for anothermedical parameters.By combining highly developed technological and industrial facilities, we build a portable high-frequency ventilator for the needs of reservedoutpatient with Tunable air distribution frequency, pressure applied, and volume of air.For relaxation and sensitivity performance, a higher frequency handheld ventilator with virtual device and closed loop system is implemented. In animal experiments the efficacy of CO2 downpour using the schemed ventilator was validated.

Keywords:

Flow motor, pressure sensor, gas reservoir.

Paper Details
Month2
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 2
Pages5664-5670