In Moscow, planned to increase by almost five times the production of the ventilator

Orders for the Russian devices of artificial ventilation of the lungs have come from Cuba, South America, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan. But above all, the production will be directed to the domestic market. Ventilators in hospitals, at times, vital.

Moscow. A special economic zone. Small in size but big in power and scope as an innovative company. It makes the ventilator.

a half months ago, the shop was all up to the ceiling lined drawers with accessories for medical ventilators. Now, as you can see, it’s empty. Devices sold like hot cakes. However, the manufacturer promises, the next batch of components is on the way. And production will grow.

And not just to grow but to grow significantly. The CEO of a private company centered in Slovakia says the situation is changing rapidly. If a couple of months ago released to 15 of the ventilator in a month, and thought it was a good indicator, in the last days did 34. 5 devices put in the hospital in Kommunarka, 6 — in Sklifosovsky, and in the 7th, 52-Ju hospital of Moscow. Demand is growing not only in the domestic market, orders from everywhere.

However, in priority, of course, the Russian market, according to CEO Basil Shimko, conventional domestic demand — up to two hundred thousand units per year. Now have 5700 — this task was set by Prime Minister Mishustin, to meet the growing need. Jump almost five-fold.

Not to harm the healthy alveoli and to provide air sick. Using the simulator of a pulmonary disease, technical Director explains how it works. In such apparatus uses a system of multi-level ventilation.

“the lung is very uneven. This creates difficulties. It’s one thing to blow into your lungs a certain amount of gas, and it is evenly distributed. And quite another – different susceptibility of lung tissue, different resistance of different parts. Now we’re talking about multi-level ventilation different pressurie is present when this ventilation. Thus, the respiratory volume adjusted to different parts of the lungs,” explained Eduard Nikolaenko, head of the Center of anesthesiology and intensive care CCB, MD

Not a panacea, but in severe cases, caused by a coronavirus infection, ALV — a key element of intensive care, doctors say. They do save lives. So now from companies such as this one depends on the success of the fight against the disease.

For the purchase of the ventilator this year will be allocated seven and a half billion rubles. So a new job to adapt have all. The largest plants in Yekaterinburg – the Ural instrument-making, the Ural optical-mechanical, “Triton” – they are now at the forefront of the Russian market of equipment for ventilation and they now have to work in the new environment. Only one of the Ural instrument-making promises to increase production from 300 units up to 3 million.