Continuing to Advance Respiratory Care & Mechanical Ventilation - Respiratory care and mechanical ventilation

Continuing to Advance Respiratory Care & Mechanical Ventilation

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We have always been at the forefront of mechanical ventilation development – from the invention of the world’s first mechanical ventilator over 100 years ago to today’s leading-edge ventilation technology. By working with our customers and proven respiratory experts, we continue to improve our products and technologies – which can help you to reduce morbidity and mortality rates, cut the cost of care, and lower readmission rates. See how.

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Ensure proper lung protection

Discover the latest scientific findings on protective ventilation and see how our ventilation technologies support you in using individual protective strategies.

Learn more about respiratory care in our booklets

Protective ventilation
Protective ventilation booklet

Here you will find a summary of various approaches for protective mechanical ventilation and discover tools that can help make application easier, safer and more efficient.

Spontaneous breathing
Spontaneous breathing artificial ventilation

Today, ventilation strategies are changing. Artificial measures are no longer the focus. Instead, we look at encouraging the natural function of normal breathing. This introduction describes progress in this area, highlighting the relevance of spontaneous breathing during artificial ventilation.

The History of mechanical ventilation
Pulmotor - history of mechanical ventilation

It all started with the Pulmotor – for which Heinrich Dräger received his first patent in 1907. Discover other milestones in ventilation and take a look at what's on the horizon.

Non-invasive ventilation
Non-invasive ventilation a century of experience

Since the first use of positive end-expiratory pressure ventilation in the late 1930's and early 1940's to treat cardiogenic pulmonary edema and other forms of non-hypercapnic respiratory failure, non-invasive ventilation (NIV) has come a very long way.

Ventilation modes in intensive care
Ventilation modes in intensive care

As in many other fields, the technical complexity has increased significantly in ventilation. Today modern ventilators might feature more than two dozen modes; some even utilize computer-assisted artificial intelligence.

Support your patients with a wide range of treatment options – from adults to infants

Our highly advanced ventilation and respiratory monitoring products support a broad spectrum of patients. With high-end ventilation capabilities, comprehensive monitoring, and effective treatment functions, they are the ideal choice for respiratory care hospital-wide.

Medical ventilators

Medical Ventilators & Lung Monitoring

Perseus A500 anesthesia machine

Anaesthesia Machines

Medical accessories and consumables

Accessories and Consumables

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Draeger Singapore Pte Ltd

61 Science Park Road
The Galen #04-01
Singapore 117525

+65 6872 9288

Draeger Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

No. 6, Jalan 15/22, Taman Perindustrian Tiong Nam, Seksyen 15, 40200 Shah Alam,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

+60 3 5526 2000

Draeger Philippines Corporation

2504-C West Tower, Tektite Towers, Exchange Road, Ortigas Center,
Pasig City 1605 Metro Manila, Philippines

+63 2 8470 3825

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Not all products, features, or services are for sale in all countries. Please contact your local Dräger representative for more information.