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  • Writer's pictureAurika Savickaite

A list of Helmet Based NIV Ventilation appearances in the news.

Updated: Apr 6, 2023

Updated on daily bases


Since we've launched this website on 3/18/2020 our lead Aurika Savickaite has already talked with the New York Times, WSJ, Huffington Post, and others.


Fortunately and unfortunately at the same time, the interest in non-invasive ventilation methods is growing exponentially every day. Doctors in the US are starting to realize how many disadvantages mechanical ventilation has (if you have the ventilators AND all supplies).


We will be updating this page with the latest developments. Please share this information with everyone involved in the fight against the COVID pandemic.


A partial list of media appearances


 

JAMA Livestream (Thursday, March 25, 2021) Helmet Noninvasive Ventilation of COVID-19 Patients

Domenico L. Grieco, MD of Fondazione Policlinico Agostino Gemelli IRCCS in Rome, Jesse B. Hall, MD of UChicago Medicine, and Laveena Munshi, MD, MSc of UHN Toronto join JAMA's live Q&A series to discuss a trial comparing helmet NIV vs high-flow nasal oxygen (HFNO) for management of hypoxic coronavirus patients.

 

 


 

 


The Suzi ventilation hood made by SouthMED LTD is a finalist in the Public Good Award category. in The Best Design Awards is an annual showcase of excellence in graphic, spatial, product, digital, and motion design along with three special awards - Value of Design, Public Good, and Toitanga.


"With no funding support from the New Zealand government, they created a solution that met the most pressing health crises New Zealand has faced in many years. Their hard work was supported by an exceptional NZ philanthropist who has underwritten the costs to produce the devices to date. His generosity has extended to Nepal and Fiji in June and July 2021 delivering 120 additional devices to support efforts in these regions also.


Not only was the device supplied free of charge, it is also superior to other systems for the treatment of Covid19 as it requires only 15% of the oxygen of other systems and has superior air management and ergonomic allowance for patient care than any other hood on the market today."



 

 

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WGN9 TV Chicago 4/01/2020 "Chicago researcher JP Kress MD says helmet ventilators can ease short supply"










 


 





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Business Insider 4/9/2020

 

BY OR TODAY MAGAZINE | MAR 27, 2020

 

Podcast by Scott Weingart. EMCrit WeeStop Kneejerk Intubation with the EMCrit Crew. EMCrit Blog. Published on March 30, 2020

 

MedicalResearch.com 04 APR 2020

RESPIRATORY HELMETS CAN DECREASE NEED FOR INTUBATION AND SPREAD OF COVID-19 VIRUS / COVID -19 Coronavirus, Pulmonary Disease by Marie Benz MD FAAD 0 Comments


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