EVENT 7 February 2021

Lunch Lecture February hosted by Demcon

  This DSPE Lunch Lecture on february the first is hosted by Demcon and is about “DemcAir – Project under Pressure”. The lecture will be given by Gerben van Oosterhout,...


About this event

 

This DSPE Lunch Lecture on february the first is hosted by Demcon and is about “DemcAir – Project under Pressure”. The lecture will be given by Gerben van Oosterhout, senior project manager Medical Systems at Demcon.

More specific information about the lecture: “At the height of the first Corona wave, Demcon has been asked by the Dutch government to develop, release, and deliver a complete IC (intensive care) respirator within 3 weeks. The biggest challenges were to make a design that was as simple as possible, with parts that were sufficiently available, while it had to be a life-saving and safe system that could be used by the treating doctors and IC staff. How we managed this successfully is explained in this lunch lecture.”

This event is for members of the DSPE.


1 February 2021


The Netherlands

Digital


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References

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