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AquaVENT® NEO – neu in unserem Sortiment

Wir freuen uns sehr Ihnen ab sofort AquaVENT® NEO-Beatmungssysteme für die Einsatzbereiche Reanimation, Transport, Invasive Beatmung, High-Flow-Therapie und nCPAP anbieten zu können.

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QuikClot® – neu in unserem Sortiment

Wir freuen uns sehr Ihnen ab sofort QuikClot® ein auf Kaolin basierendes Produkt, das speziell für post-interventionelle Blutstillung bei radialen und femoralen Punktionsstellen entwickelt wurde, anbieten zu können.QCwithNewTag

GOAL DIRECTED HEMODYNAMIC THERAPY DECRESASES POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS. A MULTICENTER RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL.

EMS Biomedical – Unser neuer Partner

Wir freuen uns sehr über die Zusammenarbeit mit EMS Biomedical, einem österreichischen Unternehmen mit über 30 Jahren Erfahrung im Bereich medizinischer Lösungen!

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ASA 2016 – Chicago

Installation Mode – Bodystat

Many of our customers do not even realise there is an installation setting within the device. This video explains each display screen, how to customise each display, how to change languages and how to change the units.

MEDIN | NEWS

Choi EM, Park JH, Kim CS, Lee SL.
Pulmonary Outcomes of Early Extubation in Extremely Premature Infants (Gestational Age: 25–26 Weeks) 
with Synchronized Nasal Intermittent Positive-Pressure Ventilation
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Neonatal Med. 2016 May;23(2):81-87.
dx.doi.org/10.5385/nm.2016.23.2.81

The purpose was to investigate the pulmoray outcomes of early extubation with synchronized nasal intermittent positive pressure ventilation
(NIPPV) in extremely premature infants born.
The result of that study is that an early extubation (within the first 24 hours of life) with synchronized NIPPV is safe and effective in the infants born at 25-26 weeks’ gestation,
and does not indicate increased risks of extubation failure and other morbidities.
Please check out the entire study on our homepage:
www.medingmbh.com/en/news-item/check-out-a-new-study-about-investigation-of-pulmonary-outcomes-of-early-extubation/
Or
synapse.koreamed.org/DOIx.php?id=10.5385/nm.2016.23.2.81

Also, please note that an information has been added to the operational manual of our product Medijet® (REF 1000):
When using active heated humidification, the CPAP pressure in the generator may increase because of material
expansion due to the effects of heat at constant flow. Therefore, it is important that the settings of the flow and the CPAP pressure are monitored and regularily checked.
You can find the information in Chapter 3 Set Up and  Application; Point 8.

You can find the new version (Rev09) on our homepage:
www.medingmbh.com/en/downloads_en/manuals/