DIY

RAD 1.0 Basic Model

Inexpensive, appropriate for worldwide patients with few resources, the RAD 1.0 supports open source, open hardware development and will provide instructions in a pdf document. The patient and/or caregiver are in total control.

RAD 2.0 as an Internet-of-Things device

  •  The RAD 2.0’s cell phone interface provides plain language interaction, and its software can be updated.
  • The IP-addressable RAD 2.0 micro-controller automatically monitors the patient and the controls of the RAD’s vacuum motor.
  • Data from the patient interactions and disease outcomes will be provided to WHO and other health agencies.
  • Easily replicated, all of the Respiratory Assistive Device (RAD) models will be locally made worldwide