PUMANI

bCPAP

A low-cost respiratory device

for newborns and children

Now available for sale worldwide
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Design

The Pumani bCPAP delivers a blended flow of oxygen and room air to infants in respiratory distress.

Features

Low-cost

The Pumani costs approximately 1/15th of the price of bCPAP devices in the developed world.

User-friendly

Clear labels on front panel of the Pumani allow for simple use. A new user can be trained to operate the Pumani in less than one day, and a user manual and training videos are included with the system.

Highly Effective

The Pumani provides the same therapeutic pressure as bCPAP systems in the United States.

Simple

The Pumani consists of a flow source, a pressure source, and patient tubing. The flow comes from an air pump, and the pressure is provided by a water bottle.

Read more about our end cap design here.

Adjustable

The Pumani is capable of delivering flow from 5 to 10 L/min and pressure from 5-8 cm H2O. Adjusting these settings is as easy as turning a knob or filling a water bottle. The device also has the ability to blend room air with oxygen from a concentrator or oxygen tank.

Durable

The Pumani is designed to run for years at a time, and includes a spare parts kit for simple, annual maintenance.

Components

One Pumani bCPAP package comes with the following items:

1    Pumani bCPAP device
2    Bottle (1)
3    Power Cord – UK Plug (1)
4    Hat Clips (6)
5    End Cap (3)
6    Patient Tubing (3)
7   Variety of Nasal Prongs (6 prongs, sizes 0-5)
8    Bottle Tubing (1)
9    Hats (3 hats, size small, medium, large)
10  Spare parts kit (not shown)
11  User Manual and Repair Manual (not shown)
12  Online Training Videos and Materials (not shown)

 Additional accessories can be purchased separately from the package.

Pumani means ‘breathe easy’ in Chichewa, the language of Malawi.

Pumani Clinical Study

In 2012, results of the Pumani clinical trial conducted at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) in Blantyre, Malawi, showed that use of the Pumani to treat neonatal respiratory distress resulted in 27% absolute improvement in survival, as compared to patients treated with oxygen therapy.2

Survival Rates for Neonates with Respiratory Distress

  • Oxygen Therapy 44%
  • Pumani bCPAP Therapy 71%

Impact

Pumani units have been distributed to over 20 countries worldwide. Learn more about Pumani’s impact here.

Interested in the Pumani bCPAP?

To receive a quote, please complete the Request a Quote Form

 For all other Pumani questions, please email us here.

Contact Us

Hadleigh Health Technologies is an ISO 13485 registered company and is a subsidiary of 3rd Stone Design, Inc, located in San Rafael, CA. We partner with organizations around to world to develop affordable, appropriate health technologies for low-resource settings.

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info@hadleighhealthtechnologies.com

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