The MCV100 Portable Mass Casualty Ventilator is a battery-powered weather resistant ventilator specifically designed to meet the unique demands of mass casualty incidents. This portable ventilator delivers ambient air or oxygen at a tidal volume range of 200 to 1200 ml, and ventilation cycles of between 8 to 20 breaths per minute. It also features an assist control function for spontaneous breathing, a full array of audible and visual safety alarms, and provides an optional capability of air mixing. The MCV100 can be powered by its internal rechargeable battery or by standard 110 volt electricity.
The MCV100 portable ventilator enables a rapid and effective response to any mass casualty event. This electronic ventilator features an internal battery and compressors that provide the ﬂexibility of operation from AC power or extended operation on DC power using either ambient air, high-pressure oxygen, or an oxygen/air mix. Intuitive ventilation controls and an array of adjustable alarms enhance patient safety, making the MCV1OO ideal for use across a wide range of responder skill levels. These unique operation capabilities combined with a rugged, weatherproof, and low maintenance design make the MCV100 an ideal portable ventilator for mass casualty response in the hospital or for ﬁeld deployment.
The MCV100 Mass Casualty Ventilator is an electrically-controlled, portable emergency ventilator, which is designed to provide emergency respiratory support by means of a face mask or tube inserted into a patient’s airway. The MCV100 portable ventilator delivers a time cycled constant flow breath. The inspiratory time is variable depending on the tidal volume selected. The breath volume is varied by changing the inspiratory time and the flow rate delivered to the patient. Various breaths per minute are achieved by varying the expiratory time. The MCV100 can deliver breaths to the patient using internal compressors as well as an external high pressure gas source.
This portable ventilator is intended to be used in the environments associated with emergency medical services (EMS), inter-hospital transport and hospital facility usage. The ventilator is intended to be used in temperatures of -18C to 50C (0F to 122F) and 5% to 95% RH non-condensing. The MCV100 is intended to be used on one patient at a time. The unit can be reused after it has been cleaned and the single use patient circuit has been replaced.
CAUTION: The MCV100 portable ventilator should not be used on children with a weight of 20 kg (44 lbs.) or less.
MCV100 Portable Ventilator-Product Information