Micro BVM is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of advanced emergency field medical equipment. Its flagship product, the Pocket BVM, is the most compact BVM on the market. The Pocket BVM has a patented case into which the BVM collapses and as a result, the BVM is a ¼ the size of a standard BVM. The Pocket BVM is available in three other variations- Pocket BVM with O2 Tubing, the Pocket BVM Airway and the Pocket BVM Tactical. Micro BVM’s latest innovation- the MicroBVM EXT Tube, is an expandable extension tube that ranges between 23 – 75 cm (9-30”), and enables practitioners to safely and easily transport intubated patients.
The space saving advantages Micro BVM’s products combined with the robustness of their packaging and superior quality have made them the first choice for the U.S. military, NATO forces, international SWAT / Tactical teams, as well as civilian emergency medical response teams including airlines and EMS units around the world.
The company was founded in 2007 by paramedics who felt that the exiting BVM should be improved. They wanted to design a BVM with the same functional qualities as current BVMs but which was highly portable and could fit simply, into an emergency kit. From their field experience they knew that if a BVM could be easily thrown or passed from one paramedic to another, it could save valuable time and help save lives.
After extensive research the Pocket BVM was created. The resuscitator is made from the finest materials and it easily collapses into its designated case. The case is highly compact, especially robust and water-resistant. The Pocket BVM includes a bag, mask, patient valve and reservoir bag so that first responders have everything they need in a single package.
Micro BVM’s mission is to deliver innovative products that make a difference when human life is on the line. To this end, it continuously designs new products which push the industry forward.
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