O-Two Medical Technologies, Inc.

O-Two Medical Technologies, Inc.

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Since 1971, our innovative research & development has created many revolutionary “controlled ventilation” devices to improve patient outcomes during respiratory/cardiac arrest. Our O-Two range of automatic transport ventilators and resuscitators and SMART BAG® MO manual resuscitator, lead the field in controlled ventilation technology.

  • 7575 Kimbel St.
  • Mississauga, ON L5S 1C8
  • Canada
  • Phone: 905/677-9410
  • Toll Free: 800/387-3405
  • Fax: 905/677-2035
  • Website: http://www.otwo.com

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CAREvent ALS

Product From O-Two Medical Technologies, Inc.

The smallest and most versatile handheld automatic ventilators (14 oz./0.45 kg), the CAREvent ALS from O-Two Medical Technologies is pneumatically powered and features time/volume and intermittent positive pressure ventilators. It supports infants to adults—from 10–20 BPM and 150–600 ml Tv. It also features a constant I:E ratio of 1:2 to prevent “stacking,” SIMV mode, manual override, and a 20 second delay after manual actuation to allow for 30 chest compressions during CPR. Includes an optional head harness system.

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Smart Bag MO

Product From O-Two Medical Technologies, Inc.

With controlled manual ventilation, the Smart Bag MO from O-Two Medical Technologies virtually eliminates inadvertent hyperventilation and gastric insufflation. Smart valve technology responds to a rescuers' squeeze to maintain proper pressure and control flow rate during ventilation. The Smart Bag MO improves gas exchange during assisted ventilations and CPR and is available in adult and child sizes.

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Single-Use "Open CPAP" Delivery System

Product From O-Two Medical Technologies, Inc.

The O-Two Single-Use “Open CPAP” Delivery System provides incredibly accurate CPAP delivery. CPAP, from 5–20 cm H2O, is provided by simply selecting the stated flow rate from the chart on the device from 8–25 L/min. A Luer port is provided for attaching a pressure gauge. The air intake port and inline hose eliminate the possibility of accidental occlusion. Nebulizer treatments can be provided “in line” between the mask and the device.

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