Flight Medical


Therapeutic Area(s):
Respiratory, EMS - Emergency Medicine Services, ICU - Intensive Care, Unit Primary Care, Pulmonary
Company Status:
Revenue Growth

Company at a Glance

Flight Medical targets the growing demand for multipurpose high end and versatile ventilators. Established in 1997, Flight Medical specializes in developing, manufacturing and marketing respiratory life support equipment. More than 20,000 ventilators have been sold worldwide for use in hospitals, home care, longterm care, transport, sub-acute and disaster preparedness. Flight Medical introduced the Flight 60, a cutting edge ventilator with unique features for every clinical segment. Our vision is to provide ICU quality level of care wherever is needed.

Technology & Product(s)

Flight 60 is a mechanical ventilator designed to address the growing need for ventilation in hospital, long term care, emergency, in-hospital transport, home care and sub-acute. The Flight 60 ventilator is cost effective and offers outstanding clinical performance in a compact and lightweight design. Our ventilators offer advanced ventilation modes, advanced monitoring, easy to use, have invasive and non-invasive capabilities, and unique double battery concept with a total of up to 12-hours battery life.
Flight 60 features:
Acute NIV – Flight 60 Turbine ventilator provides up to 60lpm leak compensation with 220lpm maximum flow for excellent NIV performance.
ICU quality in a 5.5Kg ventilator – Flight 60 with the advanced B-LEV (Bi-Phasic) mode maintains ICU level of care during transport.
Integrated Nebulizer Port – Synchronized and volume compensated nebulizer port provides excellent patient’s safety.
Flight 60 provides patient with a reliable, easy to use and functionality-rich ventilator.

Goals

Objectives: Nourish and develop strategic partnerships (such as OEM and technology transfer), in addition to establishing a global distribution network.
Target businesses: Set worldwide distribution channels for our ventilators in hospitals, home care, transport and long-term care market segments. Develop strategic partnerships on commercial and technological levels.
Target Countries: Worldwide.