BioMedInnovations gains EUA for ventilator

BioMedInnovations announced today that it received FDA emergency use authorization (EUA) for its SuppleVent ventilator technology.

With the EUA, the SuppleVent system becomes the latest alternative ventilator to gain some form of authorization to assist during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Denver, N.C.-based BioMedInnovations’ proprietary back-pressure regulator (BPR) technology was designed in collaboration with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and partners Equilibar Precision Pressure Control and Roush Yates Manufacturing Solutions.

SuppleVent includes a clinician-friendly interface with full alarms and low power operation from a compressed gas source, along with forward flexibility in the architecture to add displays, data logging, wireless communication, closed-loop control and other features.

The ventilator accepts 50psi compressed air or oxygen mix and is powered by a110V/220V AC outlet or optional DC battery supply, according to…

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