Fitbit develops a ventilator for the patients of the corona. It is easy to use, low-cost, high-quality emergency ventilator designed by the healthcare workers for those who are treating COVID-19 patients.
The various feature of this ventilator is to observe patients and allows the pressure and the volume of oxygen distribution to be controlled. The Fitbit Flow acts as a temporary stand-in keeping people alive until they can be shifted to a standard machine. The ventilator obtains Emergency Use Authorisation (EUA).
Tony Faranesh, a Fitbit research scientist who helped develop the ventilator said, “We know from some talks that physicians are already trying to work out the ethics in deciding who gets the ventilator and who doesn’t, due to shortage of supply. “The goal here is to support life in the event that one’s not available until one might become available.” It co-ordinated with OHSU (Oregon Health & Science University) for testing the new ventilators.
More information about Fitbit Ventilators:
“Covid-19 has challenged all of us to push the boundaries of innovation and creativity, and use everything at our disposal to more rapidly develop products that support patients and the health care systems caring for them.” Says Fitbit co-founder and CEO James Park. The company is also planning to increase the manufacturing and capabilities to expand the large volumes of emergency devices.
Fitbit Flow is provided only when the shortage of mechanical ventilators in the non-appearance of the commercial ventilators. David Sheridan, Assistant Professor of OHSU says, “It is an example of the incredible innovations which emerges when the industry is facing some of the problems to respond fast to an important need.”
Also read – INTERNET MARKETING FOR BUSINESS GROWTH