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P13026: Portable Ventilator. Team Leader : Daniel Fenton Kennedy Kong Marie Revekant David Engell Eric Welch Derek Zielinski Chris Freeman Melissa Harrison Ryan Muckel Roberto Castilla Zavala. Overview. Project Summary Customer Specs Engineering Specs

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P13026 portable ventilator

P13026: Portable Ventilator

Team Leader: Daniel Fenton

Kennedy Kong

Marie Revekant

David Engell

Eric Welch

Derek Zielinski

Chris Freeman

Melissa Harrison

Ryan Muckel

Roberto Castilla Zavala


Overview

Overview

  • Project Summary

  • Customer Specs

  • Engineering Specs

  • HOQ/ QFD Relationship Diagram

  • System Block Diagram

  • Functional Decomposition

  • Risk Assessment

  • Benchmarking

    • Market

    • Providers

    • Products

  • Proposed Packaging Designs


Project summary

Project Summary


Project scope

Project Scope

Who:

Customer

Jeff Gutterman

Roman Press

Team Composition

3 Mechanical Engineers

2 electrical Engineers

2 Computer Engineers

1 Industrial Engineer

1 Industrial Designer

1 Business Guru

Faculty Mentor

Edward Hanzlik

What:

Project Objective: Redesign the Mediresp III update technical components and

packaging to be contemporary.

When:

How much:

Market Release: 2015 (18 – 24 months)

Budget: $1000


Current product mediresp iii

Current Product- Mediresp III

  • Provide positive pressure ventilation

  • 3 modes:

    • CMV (constant mandatory ventilation)

    • Assist

    • CPR

    • Manual

  • Large and heavy

  • 2-4 hour battery life

  • FDA approval

  • Patented

  • Contains BVM backup


Proposed redesign

Proposed Redesign

  • Updates:

    • Electronic controls (decrease size/more options)

    • Smaller pump

    • Reliable and smaller battery

  • Additions:

    • Ability to monitor and record vitals

    • Pulse oximeter feedback

    • Voice alerts/instructions

    • Carbon dioxide sensor


Customer specifications

Customer Specifications


Engineering specifications

Engineering Specifications


Hoq qfd relationship diagram

HOQ/ QFD Relationship Diagram


System block diagram

System Block Diagram


Functional decomposition

Functional Decomposition


Risk assessment

Risk Assessment


Benchmarking

Benchmarking


Providers

Providers

  • First Responders:

    • EMT, Firefighters

  • Hospitals

  • Home Care

    • Cancer and respiratory problem patients

  • Nursing Home

  • Individual Volunteers assisting in response activities


Customer psychographics

Customer Psychographics

  • Customers wants to transport a critical ill or injured patient in an array of situations in compliance with the ABCs of intensive care and collecting and sharing data efficiently.

  • The situations could be defined as:

    • Safe intra-hospital transport

    • From the hospital to home care

    • From an accident location the closest medical center


Market trends

Market Trends

  • Market for portable ventilator:

    • 2009: $1.2 billion

    • 2016: $2.5 billion

  • Categories of markets:

    • Alternate care

    • Critical care

    • Home Care

    • Transport


Portable ventilator market leaders

Portable Ventilator Market Leaders


Other participants

Other Participants


Products

Products


Medisys ii feature set

MedisysIIFeature Set


Medisys ii vs shangrial510

Medisys II vs. Shangrial510


Medisys ii vs save simplified automated ventilator

Medisys II vs. SAVe(Simplified Automated VEntilator)


Trilogy100

Trilogy100


Medisys ii vs trilogy100

Medisys II vs. Trilogy100

*Positive end-expiratory pressure assist **spontaneous intermittent mandatory ventilation


Medisys ii vs flight60

Medisys II vs. Flight60


Proposed packaging designs

Proposed Packaging Designs


Questions

Questions


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