Demand-responsive oxygen delivery in clinical ventilation (OXYgen on demand during clinical VENtilation)
|German title:||Bedarfsgerechte Sauerstoffgabe in der klinischen Ventilation (OXYgen on demand during clinical VENtilation)|
|Duration:||1st September 2011 - 31st August 2014|
|Description:||The aim of the project was a mixer with a two-stage, patient-individually tunable control system for demand-based oxygen addition in clinical ventilation. The patient-in-the-loop control is essentially based on the measurement of oxygen saturation by means of in-ear sensors, a flow measurement of respiration and cascaded control.
Developed or tested were:
- a sensor system to measure SpO2 and etCO2 based on the in-ear concept for monitoring
- a correlation analysis between ventilation gases and blood gases
- a pressure sensor technology (piezo-resistive or optical), sensor technology for gas analysis (fluorescence and colorimetric measurements) and fast humidity sensor technology for respiratory gas analysis (dehumidification).
- Breathing gas and flow sensor technology (infrared sensor technology or spectral sensor technology)
|Partners:||Weinmann Geräte für Medizin GmbH+Co. KG
bluepoint MEDICAL GmbH & Co. KG
ELBAU Elektronik Bauelemente GmbH Berlin
RWTH Aachen, Helmholtz-Institut für Biomedizinische Technik
TU Ilmenau - Center for Micro- and Nanotechnologies (ZMN)
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