SU:M2 Intensive Care Ventilator

MEK Branded SU:M2 Series modern ventilators are one of the most advanced mechanical ventilators that can be used today thanks to their number of extraordinary specifications.

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More Advanced Functions

Mechanical ventilation does not only cover the main ventilation modes, but also the advanced functions that enable successful extubation of the patient and support the clinician.

SU:M Series ventilators offer useful optional functions (Smart Weaning) for the successful and adaptable weaning function, and auxiliary functions in acute respiration therapy such as hemodynamic parameters (SpO2, EtCO2) and lung mechanics in a single multi-functional device. Additionally, HFV (High Frequency Ventilation) mode of the SU:M series can help achieve successful results for patients from premature babies to adults that weigh between 350 g and 250 kg regardless of whether the patient is connected to ECMO.

For New Success Stories

One of the main advantages of conventional ventilators in ICU (intensive care unit) is their successful weaning from ventilation. Reducing patient’s work of breathing (WOB) and the incompatibility between the patient and device are key elements for a successful weaning in acute invasive ventilation. SU:M series have these main functions and performances. It provides the technical solution to reduce asynchronousion. Our device can be used with 3 diverse functions including conventional ventilation, non-invasive ventilation and high frequency oscillation ventilation in pediatric and adult patients. It is a unique device that combines conventional ventilation with high frequency oscillatory ventilation (HFOV) and PV-TOOL functions, an open lung maneuver, for all patient groups. It enables a high level of success in adult patients with ARDS, thus reducing these patients’ length of stay at hospital.

Thanks to the patented Tube Piston technology, it can perform High Frequency ventilation both in inspiration and expiration, and enables an indefinite operation time as compared to Membrane Type High Frequency devices. Furthermore, thanks to DHFV (Dual High Frequency Ventilation), there are many feedback controlled features in our devices which aim for the comfort and safety of patients.

The most important advantages for patients are that End Tidal Carbon Dioxide (EtCO2) can be measured during HFV, Effective Secretion Control can be achieved, CO2 excretion is facilitated, and risks such as barotrauma and trapping of air can be prevented. There are many feedback controlled features in our devices which aim for the comfort and safety of patients. Also, our device can offer Micropump (Aerogen) Nebulizer technology in an adaptive manner. With our HL7 (Health Level Seven Standard) standard, the focus is on information exchange between independent computer systems that are developed for healthcare services such as clinics and hospital information system, clinical laboratory systems, pharmacy system and corporate systems.

In the central administration system of our company, all ventilators and bed-side monitors installed in the hospital can be connected to a single station. We can directly send all the data on all our devices to the server unit of the hospital spontaneously with the HL7 protocol system.