Low-Cost, Battery-Powered Ventilator Gets Emergency Approval for Pandemic Use

Low-Cost, Battery-Powered Ventilator Gets Emergency Approval for Pandemic Use

Top of Mind with Julie Rose

Russian Bounties, Wooden Money, Copaganda

Episode: Russian Bounties, Wooden Money, Copaganda

  • Jul 7, 2020 8:00 pm
  • 14:55 mins

Guest: Erica Palmer, Co-Founder of NeoNatal Rescue Ventilators that breathe for a seriously ill patient typically cost as much as a car – and they’re in high demand right now because of the COVID-19 pandemic.  A ventilator that costs a fraction of that – and is portable, because it’s battery-powered - has just received emergency approval from the FDA. It’s an update of a design initially built by students at BYU to help premature infants.

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