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Why Choose NRSAVR-100?
QMS Certified to ISO 9001:2015, with design
100% Made in the U.S.A., licensed by Hygia Health
Designed by a U.S. military veteran-owned company
Developed by ER Physicians treating patients with COVID-19
The patent pending Negative-pressure Respiratory System with Advanced Ventilation Return (NRSAVR-100), or "Nurse Saver", is a self-contained negative pressure environment designed to provide healthcare workers with increased protection, thereby decreasing the risk of exposure to airborne contaminates.
The NRSAVR-100 is the ONLY negative pressure cephalic environment recommended for use by ER and ICU physicians for use in intubation, negative pressure isolation, transportation, field hospital use, PPE and ventilator demand reduction.
The NRSAVR-100 has been granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the FDA for use is treating patients with COVID-19.
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Uses & BENEFITS OF NRSAVR-100
Contaminated exhaled aerosols and fluids are contained in the negative pressure environment while allowing the HCW to perform in a safer environment. The removed contaminates are filtered by existing suction HEPA filter infrastructure. Protects HCWs from transmission of respiratory viruses during the most critical moments of intubation care, respiratory/ET-tube care, and delivery of aerosolized medications by placing the patient in a negative pressure cephalic environment.
NEGATIVE PRESSURE ISOLATION
Only 2% - 4% of U.S. hospitals rooms are equipped with negative pressure airborne isolation rooms. The NRSAVR-100 allows for patients to be placed in negative-pressure environments without the costly conversions of hospitals and allows rural or field facilities to provide a similar level of care.
Used to transport patients through by mating with self-contained, negative pressure pumps equipped with HEPA filters. Greatly reduces both aerosolized and droplet transmission of infection throughout the hospital during transport.
ICU SAFETY & PPE USE REDUCTIONS
Placing a patient in a self-contained NRSAVR-100 reduces the need to change PPE for ICU personnel at every room entry and exit. Infectious particles would remain enclosed under negative pressure thereby allowing the HCW to return to “universal precaution” standards, unless directly adjusting or entering the negative pressure chamber. Visual/audible alarms in expedited development for ICU use.
REDUCED DEMAND FOR VENTILATORS
Reduces risk of early intubation and decreases demand on ventilators by allowing use of existing HF-NC or BiPAP/CPAP systems. The NRSAVR-100 negative pressure environment contains exhaust from HF-NC or BiPAP/CPAP systems and evacuates through the hospital suction system.
FIELD HOSPITAL USE
The NRSAVR-100 provides the ability to provide negative-pressure airborne infection isolation capabilities for over-flow, and field tent hospital facilities by mating with a self-contained, negative pressure pumps equipped with HEPA filters.