EOlife

The ultimate medical device
for high-performance manual ventilation.

EOlife

improves

manual ventilation quality

by over 70% (I)

(I) Khoury A, De Luca A, Sall FS, Pazart L, Capellier G. Ventilation feedback device for manual ventilation in simulated respiratory arrest a crossover manikin study Scand J Trauma Resusc Emerg Med. 2019 Oct 22;27(1):93
The Flowsense sensor

Single-use sensor.

Real-time calculation of various incoming and outgoing volumes.

Connectivity

EOlife adapts to each bag, mask, endotracheal tube.

Compatible with antibacterial filters.

Realtime feedback of  insufflated volume

Real-time visualization of the insufflated volume (Vi), tidal volume (Vt), and ventilation frequency (Freq.)

Smart alarms priorization system (Important leakage, Excessive Volume, High Frequency)

1 2 3

The Flowsense sensor

Single use sensor.
Real-time calculation of various incoming and outgoing volumes.

1

Connectivity

EOlife adapts to each bag, mask, endotracheal tube.

2

Eolife

1 : Realtime feedback of insufflated volume

2 : Real-time visualization of the insufflated volume (Vi), tidal volume (Vt), and ventilation frequency (Freq.)

3 : Smart alarms priorization system (Important leakage, Excessive Volume, High Frequency)

3
It’s time to put the “P” back in “CPR”
80%
On intubated patients, hyperventilation is present in almost 80% of situations.

References

  • Khoury, F. S. Sall, A. De Luca, A. Pugin, S. Pili-Floury, L. Pazart, G. Capellier, «Evaluation of Bag-Valve-Mask Ventilation in Manikin Studies: What Are the Current Limitations?», BioMed Research International, vol. 2016, Article ID 4521767, 8 pages, 2016.
  • Pitts S and Kellermann LA. Hyperventilation during cardiac arrest. The Lancet 2004;364(9431):313-315
  • O’Neill JF and Deakin CD. Do we hyperventilate cardiac arrest patients? Resuscitation. 2007;73:82-85
70%
Hyperventilation reduces the chances of survival by 70%.

Reference

  • Aufderheide TP and Lurie KG. «Death by hyperventilation: a common and life-threatening problem during
    cardiopulmonary resuscitation.», Critical Care Medicine, vol. 32, supplement 9, pages S345–S351, 2004
60% 
Gas leakage reduces the chances of survival by 60%

Reference

  • Chang MP, Lu Y, Leroux B, Aramendi Ecenarro E, Owens P, Wang HE, Idris AH. «Association of ventilation with outcomes from out of hospital cardiac arrest.» Resuscitation. pages 141:174-181, august 2019.
Designed for
extreme conditions
Impact Resistance

Drop / vibration resistant. Certified for emergency vehicle.

Temperatures

Operating conditions between 0°C and 40°C (32°F and 104°F)

Water resistant

Resistant to water splashes (IP44)

Impact Resistance Temperatures Water resistant
Tech Specs
5 hours
run time
Replaceable external
battery
Weight : 150g +/- 5g
Ventilation mode 30 : 2
Continuous ventilation mode
3 patient’s heights
The LAB
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