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nCPAP EasyFlow designed for the little patients

nCPAP EasyFlow Neonatal Ventilation System

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EasyFlow nCPAP perfect fit and gentle application

When it comes to optimal NIV ventilation of premature & new-borns, it is essential to have advanced neonatal ventilation technology that meets the specific requirements of neonatology. Likewise, the patient accessories must be adaptable, fit snugly and be easy to use.

Fritz Stephan GmbH developed the new NIV EasyFlow nCPAP system specifically for Neonates.

The importance of patient breathing...

EVE-nEO Neonatal/Infant Transport Ventilator

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The perfect partner for Neontal and Infant Pre-Hospital Transport or Intra Hospital Transfers.

EVE-nEO made in Germany by world leading ventilator manufacturer Fritz Stephan GmbH and supported throughout the UK. Used in Road Ambulance, Air Ambulance and throughout the Hospital NICU and or PICU. With 8 hours continuous use batttery, inbuilt air turbine EVE-nEO is truly independant of compressed air cylinders and mains power. Weighing in at...

Stephan Ventilators UK

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MEDACX Limited as the United Kingdom technical & sales support partner for Fritz Stephan GmbH products; has as of 1st September 2020 assumed additional responsibility for the Stephanie and Sophie Patient Ventilators. MEDACX has been supporting UK customers since 2016 for the Stephan products EVE,  EVA Patient ventilators, FS02 Oxygen systems, Accessories and Consumables including Neonatal EasyFlow. The addition of Sophie &...

EMMA Waveform Capnograph

Importance of Waveform Capnography

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The importance of waveform capnography on intubated patients

MEDACX is a key advocate of the ‘importance of Capnography’. First introducing the EMMA Capnometer in 2005.  Following on from the ‘huge success’ of the EMMA Capnometer and building on over 8 years of proven application experience in the United Kingdom, in 2014 the EMMA Waveform Capnograph a ‘second generation technology’ was...