Ventilators have become a popular piece of equipment on the front lines of the fight against the virus, and their effective use can even save lives.
Following Medtronic’s announcement of the design drawings of an entry-level ventilator, NVIDIA also took action. Chief scientist Bill Daily recently launched an open-source ventilator hardware design.
This ventilator is characterized by the use of common parts on the market and can be quickly assembled in 5 minutes.
It is not difficult to find whether it is a picture or a video. The prototype ventilator is called “simple”. In fact, it is mainly a set of solenoid valves and microcontrollers. However, this design is not imaginary, and has been guided and approved by Stanford University chief resident Dr. Andrew Moore and medical device expert Bryant Lin.
Daily hopes that the FDA will handle special cases and open a green channel for expedited approval to start mass production and meet the emergency needs of frontline medical staff in the fight against the epidemic.
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