Pulmotor


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Pulmotor

(ˈpʌlˌməʊtə; ˈpʊl-)
n
(Medicine) trademark an apparatus for pumping oxygen into the lungs during artificial respiration
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One stop on this journey is the Pulmotor in 1907, the world's first portable emergency ventilator, which made it possible to resuscitate people who had lost consciousness due to a lack of oxygen.
Drager is credited with pioneering anesthesia technology and artificial ventilation through its first emergency respirator - pulmotor.
The first truly automated ventilator to become popular was the Drager Pulmotor, which was developed as a rescue device.