Airon Corporation is proud to announce that their new pNeuton mini — an innovative ventilator designed specifically for neonatal / infant / pediatric life support in hospitals, MRI and transport – has been approved by the FDA for sale in the USA. With the increasing use of non-invasive ventilation in neonates, this new ventilator opens the door to providing nasal CPAP (nCPAP) or ventilation during transport and, most importantly, in the MRI. The pNeuton mini is the world’s first infant ventilator that gives healthcare professionals the potential to support the smallest of patients, 400 grams to 25 kg, throughout the care continuum. Airon has released the pNeuton mini for global shipments with the first deliveries scheduled for Airon’s distributors in South Africa, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, and the USA. Discover the versatility that makes the pNeuton mini a smart choice in infant transport ventilation.
The National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP) has released an official Position Statement on the use of noninvasive positive pressure ventilation. This statement states “The NAEMSP believes that noninvasive positive pressure ventilation is an important treatment modality for the prehospital management of acute dyspnea”. The full statement can be viewed in the association’s journal Prehospital Emergency Care 2011;15:418. With the publication of this important statement is a resource document written by Drs. Daily and Wang. This document expands on the clinical use of mask CPAP and noninvasive pressure ventilation.
These documents represent an important validation of the use of mask CPAP and noninvasive pressure ventilation in the care of all patients with moderate to severe respiratory distress in the prehospital area. These tools have shown to reduce field intubation, improve patient care and lower hospital costs. We recommend a thorough reading of these documents. They have been added to our mask CPAP bibliography, which can be viewed here.
Airon is awarded the 2012 EMSWORLD Innovation Award for the pNeuton mini
Airon is pleased to announce the FDA approval of the mini
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Pennsylvania Rescue Squad receives FEMA ‘Assistance to Firefighters’ grant to purchase Airon ventilators
Airon is pleased to announce that the Safe-T-Vent Nebulizer is now approved for International distribution
Airon receives 2011 Florida Companies to Watch Award
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