During this unprecedented time there has been a bigger demand than ever for a reliable Ventilation Machine to help patients of COVID-19 recover and support their respiratory system throughout.
The current Ventilation Machines available with the NHS and General Hospitals around the UK and Europe have to be turned off on or around the 14 day mark to cool down and service. This as you can imagine limits the amount of respiratory support patients can receive which in turn is unfortunately costing lives.
At Nessa Lasers we are fortunate to have the facilities and workforce to be able to do something to help. Over the past 4 weeks we have had our Engineers alongside our Research and Development team working day in and day out to build a machine that doesn't need to be turned off after 14 days. A machine that can stay connected, providing consistent and reliable respiratory support to Coronavirus patients.
We are very proud to announce that in the coming weeks we will be releasing our own Ventilation Machine. Not only is it built with the same high quality components as our Laser Machines but it also has our state of the art cooling system to ensure this machine can run without fault 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
We have been working closely with NHS Hospitals in the UK throughout this period to ensure this machine is reliable and test proven to work. We are extremely happy with the response we've had so far. We have a success rate of 996 out of 1000 patients using our machines.
Specifications and Images of our machine will be released very shortly so please check back soon for more information.
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Our factories in Turkey have recently been upgraded and extended to facilitate the increased demand for our new Ventilation Machine. We now have 2 more manufacturing sites where we will be building our Ventilators as efficiently as possible to be able to supply the very high demand.
During the Coronavirus pandemic we are still able to continue production in a safe and clean work environment ensuring our staff are correctly protected through this unprecedented time.