AES Controls and the Covid Rapid Response Team are working to find materials and partners to place respiratory devices into hospitals and critical care facilities.

Our team is responding to a direct known need. And until it’s clear that all needs are met, we will continue to work together and find partners to work with in order to help get ventilators into hospitals and critical care facilities that are struggling to treat the influx of patients.

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Case Study

Rice University engineering students working with a Baylor College of Medicine professor develop a bag valve mask compressor to automate the difficult task of feeding fresh air to patients' lungs, often for hours at a time. The device could help save lives in low-resource settings and in emergency situations.

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Apr 5, 2020

An association representing thousands of hospitals across the country is pushing back after President Trump claimed that hospital administrators are "really thrilled to be where they are." The American Hospital Association said hospital officials are worried about shortages of critical medical supplies, including medication for patients and personal protective equipment, or PPE, for health care workers.