For hospitals in low-income countries, ongoing infrastructure challenges often prevent conventional devices from functioning. For instance, steady electricity and compressed medical oxygen are needed to provide anesthesia care for surgery, yet both are woefully scarce in health facilities throughout the developing world. Environmental conditions such as heat, humidity, and dust can also wear down equipment or limit its effectiveness.
Our products are built to withstand these settings without compromising world-class quality standards.
The Universal Anaesthesia Machine (UAM) is the first internationally-certified anesthesia machine that can generate its own medical oxygen and work without electricity.
The Gradian CCV is a portable mechanical ventilator that provides reliable support throughout the continuum of critical care.