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Next3D Airlog 2020
The University Hospital Leipzig and the Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU have developed a 3D-printed emergency ventilator, with testing and modification support from the West Saxon University of Applied Sciences of Zwickau, to provide rapid assistance for the emergency care of COVID-19 patients. This development was completed in only seven days. It is intended for use by doctors as a last resort when there are not enough high-tech ventilation systems available. It is not a certified medical device and is therefore intended as a last resort. However, the Next3D working group of the University Hospital Leipzig is certified in accordance with the medical technology standard ISO13485 and is normally permitted to manufacture and market patient-specific 3D-printed instruments and models that are considered custom-made products under the Medical Devices Act. The system has received medical support from Prof. Dirk Winkler (Deputy Director of the Department of Neurosurgery at the University Hospital Leipzig), who has many years of experience as an emergency physician. Partners: Leipzig University, University Hospital Leipzig, West Saxon University of Applied Sciences of Zwickau, Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU
How to operate the Next3D Airlog 2020
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