OxyGEN is a collaborative hardware project started and led by [Protofy.xyz](https://protofy.xyz/), a Barcelona-based company that supports innovation within Corps and SME’s by developing hardware and software solutions.
Our mission is to offer a chance of survival to those who are denied access to an artificial ventilator due to a shortage of supply.
To fulfill this mission, OxyGEN created open hardware, low cost and low tech emergency respirator using a manual resuscitator for emergency situations contributing to save lives.
There are 2 different versions of OxyGEN. The maker version “OxyGEN-M” and the industrial version “OxyGEN-IP”.
* **OxyGEN-M** is designed for makers and can be built using common tools and no special machinery or materials are needed.
* **OxyGEN-IP** is the version for industrial-scale production. Foldforming metalworking machinery and engineering knowledge are needed to build OxyGEN-IP.
OxyGEN-IP has successfully passed clinical tests in vitro and in vivo.
OxyGEN-IP has received authorization from the AEMPS to be used in clinical investigation in Hospital Clinic and Hospital Germans Trias i Pujol.
All content is licensed under the [CC by SA](https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)
**OxyGEN is not a certified medical device. Always use OxyGEN under the supervision of qualified medical personnel. Incorrect use of the machine can result in serious injury or death.**
You can find all the information available on our [web](https://www.oxygen.protofy.xyz/?lang=es)
You can also find us at [Discord](https://discord.gg/yyYQxEG)
For any other questions, you can write to us at email@example.com
3 sets of cams had been published with different inspiration-expiration time rates. Expressed as 1:N
Set 1: Rate 1:1
Set 2: Rate 1:2
Set 3: Rate 1:3
*In a healthy lung without PEEP.
**With a PEEP of 10 cm H2O a resistance of 20 mbar / L / s and a compliance of 30 ml / mbar (values for a badly damaged lung) the values will be reduced by approximately 120 ml
* XS = 450mL
* S = 500 mL
* M = 550 mL
* L = 600 mL
* XL = 650 mL