Jihyun Lee (left) and Steven Roy (right) watch over the work being done by students Mitchell Weber and Max Kim. Photo by: Kelly Johnston, Cumming School of Medicine

UCalgary collaboration builds on innovative, award-winning ventilator device

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Low-cost machine can provide personalized oxygen for up to four patients.

Think of it as an electrical power bar for oxygen with the potential to save lives.

The Valence InVent Xtend allows a single ventilator to safely provide air for up to four patients, with the capability of personalized and real-time modifications….

https://news.ucalgary.ca/news/ucalgary-collaboration-builds-innovative-award-winning-ventilator-device

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