New Breathing Aid Which Delivers Oxygen To Lungs Without Needing A Ventilator Developed By Mercedes F1, UCL Engineers, UCLH

New Breathing Aid Which Delivers Oxygen To Lungs Without Needing A Ventilator Developed By Mercedes F1, UCL Engineers, UCLH
New Breathing Aid Which Delivers Oxygen To Lungs Without Needing A Ventilator Developed By Mercedes F1, UCL Engineers, UCLH

A New Version Of Breathing Aid (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) Has Been Developed By A Team Of Mercedes Engineers, University College London Engineers Along With UCLH.

"These Devices Will Help To Save Lives By Ensuring That Ventilators, A Limited Resource, Are Used Only For The Most Severely Ill," Said Professor Mervyn Singer, UCLH Critical Care Consultant.

"We Hope They Will Make A Real Difference To Hospitals Across The UK By Reducing Demand On Intensive Care Staff And Beds, As Well As Helping Patients Recover Without The Need For More Invasive Ventilation."

Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Devices Were Already Used In China And Italy To Deliver Air And Oxygen To Coronavirus Infected Lungs To Help Them Breathe Without Ventilators.

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