Ventilator Design

ventilator

Client:

Moddares Science & Technology Park

Timing:

2020

Project Manager:

Koorosh Khanmohammadi

001

Needs and Criteria

This product must be an open-source ventilator.

The ventilator must fit the Iranian culture, where people may not usually use beds; A vast majority put the mattress and pillow on the ground to sleep.

The body must be simple and cost low to manufacture.

The ventilator has to have enough height to be compatible with all three standing, sitting, and lying down.

The ventilator has to be able to make with job production.

The ventilator must be easy to move and use.

Previous Models on the Market
Previous Models on the Market
MIT-Ventilator-Project-A1-PRESS

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Challenges

This product was for Covid-19 and the due date was so early, so we had to make it as fast as possible.

There was no time for the molding process, and we had to make it with simple job production ways.

We were low on budget, so there should be a low-cost production method.

The product is still developing, and there was the need to adapt with software developers.

Medical device design ventilator

We modeled the device with CAD software and analyzed factors such as its stability, estimated weight because of its easier portability, and identifying its possible problems.

We tried to fit all the confusing parts of the device for the user in the interior, and the attempt was quite successful.

We were thinking of user centered design, and a way for designing a product with the goal of presenting a Ventilator for home usage.

When studying the previous models we saw that  the device was not portable enough and also it was not suitable for many settings, like in the living room, TV room or on the couch. also the device was either reachable for a standing caretaker or the patient that is laying down so in our design both positions was put into consideration.

. Laying Position (Ground)

Ventilator body design ground

Due to the cultural differences, various target users may need to use the device in the lying down position and no bed. So, we had to choose a size compatible with all those positions.

. Standing Position

Ventilator User Experience

The vertical shape allows the user to use it in a standing position as well.

. Laying Position (Bed)

Ventilator body design bed

Compatible with using with a bed too.

ventilator-body-design

. Features

1- Emergency Stop

2- Handle

3- Air Vent

4- Ambu Bag

5- Air Flow Gate

6- Wire

7- Touchscreen Display and Controller

8- Brand Logo

9- Transparent Material, Showing Internals

10- LED Indicator 

11- Model Name

ventilator body design top view

Touchscreen

_ Device Controler

Touchscreen with great UI, which allows the user to interact with the ventilator easily. Most experimental ventilators had to connect to a cellphone or be controlled manually by a third party.

Aluminum Structure

_ Standing Position

The aluminum structure keeps the engine in the pivot, protecting it from external damages and giving it enough space to work fluently. Also, giving the device a tall figure allowing the patient or caretaker to use it in a standing position.

Dimension

_ Ideal for Standing Use

Adequate size; Ergonomic and user-friendly in all aspects. The height is best for standing use; And easily accessible.

Ventilator diminution side and front
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ventilator

Ventilator Design

Client:

Moddares Science & Technology Park

Timing:

2020

Project Manager:

Koorosh Khanmohammadi

Design Brief

001

Needs and Criteria

This product must be an open-source ventilator.

The ventilator must fit the Iranian culture, where people may not usually use beds; A vast majority put the mattress and pillow on the ground to sleep.

The body must be simple and cost low to manufacture.

The ventilator has to have enough height to be compatible with all three standing, sitting, and lying down.

The ventilator has to be able to make with job production.

The ventilator must be easy to move and use.

Previous Models on the Market
MIT open-soutce ventilator

002

Challenges

This product was for Covid-19 and the due date was so early, so we had to make it as fast as possible.

There was no time for the molding process, and we had to make it with simple job production ways.

We were low on budget, so there should be a low-cost production method.

The product is still developing, and there was the need to adapt with software developers.

Previous Models on the Market
MPS open-soutce ventilator

Ideation & Sketching

sheet-sketch-ventilator

Final Design

Medical device design ventilator
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We modeled the device with CAD software and analyzed factors such as its stability, estimated weight because of its easier portability, and identifying its possible problems.

We tried to fit all the confusing parts of the device for the user in the interior, and the attempt was quite successful.

We were thinking of user centered design, and a way for designing a product with the goal of presenting a Ventilator for home usage.

When studying the previous models we saw that  the device was not portable enough and also it was not suitable for many settings, like in the living room, TV room or on the couch. also the device was either reachable for a standing caretaker or the patient that is laying down so in our design both positions was put into consideration.

How to Use

. Laying Position (Bed)

Ventilator body design bed

Due to the cultural differences, various target users may need to use the device in the lying down position and no bed. So, we had to choose a size compatible with all those positions.

. Laying Position (Bed)

Ventilator User Experience

The vertical shape allows the user to use it in a standing position as well.

. Laying Position (Ground)

Ventilator body design ground

Compatible with using with a bed too.

Details

ventilator-body-design

. Features

1- Emergency Stop

2- Handle

3- Air Vent

4- Ambu Bag

5- Air Flow Gate

6- Wire

7- Touchscreen Display and Controller

8- Brand Logo

9- Transparent Material, Showing Internals

10- LED Indicator 

11- Model Name

ventilator body design top view

. Touchscreen

Touchscreen with great UI, which allows the user to interact with the ventilator easily. Most experimental ventilators had to connect to a cellphone or be controlled manually by a third party.

Technical View

. Aluminum Structure

The aluminum structure keeps the engine in the pivot, protecting it from external damages and giving it enough space to work fluently. Also, giving the device a tall figure allowing the patient or caretaker to use it in a standing position.

Ventilator diminution side and front

. Adequate Dimension

Adequate size; Ergonomic and user-friendly in all aspects, which allows the user to move it freely and use it everywhere.

Prototype

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