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Save lives with Sensors

20 March 2020

Sensirion is doing all it can to meet the increased demand for life-saving sensors for COVID-19 patients.

The world is currently facing an exceptional situation. The coronavirus is spreading and many of those infected are having difficulty breathing. For these patients, respiratory devices are an essential part of treatment and could ultimately save their lives. Global demand for respiratory devices has therefore risen sharply given the urgency of the situation. 

“As the crisis has developed, demand for our medical flow sensors has increased substantially in countries and regions such as Switzerland, the USA, China, the UK, Germany and Oceania. 

“We are doing everything we can to ensure these life-saving sensors are delivered to patients. The fantastic commitment of our employees paired with our Purchasing department’s proactive planning means that we have been able to complete all deliveries on schedule so far,” says Andrea Orzati, Vice President Sales at Sensirion.

Sensirion is lending its support to manufacturers of respiratory devices around the world to ensure their equipment is fitted with exceptionally accurate sensor technology allowing for time-resolved flow and volume measurements. 

Continuous airflow measurements in patient monitoring during anaesthesia, intensive medical treatment and other clinical or outpatient settings provide important information for ventilation and regulating a patient’s breathing.

In other words, sensors are an integral part of modern medicine.

“Our development team is currently working intensively on a new sensor solution that can be quickly manufactured on a wide scale and integrated into existing respiratory devices. This will allow manufacturers to quickly produce safe, reliable respiratory devices in sufficient numbers as the crisis continues,” says Pascal Gerner, Director Product Management at Sensirion.

The current situation constitutes a major challenge for all businesses. Sensirion is committed to doing its part to alleviate the global crisis. 

“Our top priority is to produce life-saving sensors while safeguarding the health of our employees. We’ve managed to increase production, despite applying maximum hygiene and safety measures,” says Marc von Waldkirch, CEO of Sensirion.

For more information about Sensirion flow sensors: www.sensirion.com/sfm3xxx
 


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