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Ventilator dubbed ‘Vermontilator’ co-developed by Meakins Alumnus

Emergency ventilator dubbed the vermontilator developed by researcherches including Jason Bates, a Meakins-Christie Alumnus

Read and watch the interview with Jason Bates, a lung expert at the UVM Larner College of Medicine about the “Vermontilator”.

The Vermontilator would never be used in situations where you have a commercial ventilator. We’re looking at the situation where there are patients dying without available ventilators for them and this would be their lifesaving measure

– Jason Bates

Jason Bates is a Meakins-Christie alumnus. He was a post-doctoral fellow under the supervision of Prof. Joseph Milic-Emili at the Meakins-Christie Laboratories from 1983-1986. Then he was a Meakins-Christie Laboratories research director between 1986-1999.

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UVM researchers develop emergency ventilator dubbed ‘Vermontilator’. By Cat Viglienzoni on Apr 7, 2020.