A very peculiar product management problem

Less than 1% of ideas turn into a product and make it to a price list. Technology looking for a problem to solve is a difficult starting point. It’s better to have a problem to solve and then seek a …

Exovent Ergonomics

How did you get involved in Exovent?

It was around May last year when one of the clinicians who is supporting the Exovent team, got in touch. I was fortunate to get involved quite early in the process, which allowed …

Breathing new life into old technology

My first introduction to Exovent was in Sept 2020 I had just worked through the first wave of the COVID pandemic as an ENT surgeon at Imperial College Healthcare Trust where I had set up and taken part in the …

Time flies at Portsmouth Aviation

Exovent blog:  7th May 2021

Me and my ribs wake up lying across half-a-dozen carefully arranged pillows.  With a lot of cracked ribs and a bit of pneumothorax that’s one way to get a good night’s sleep!  I test …

A good neighbour is better than a far friend.

I’m a clinical physicist that worked in the Radboud university hospital in Nijmegen, The Netherlands from 1975 until December 2010. First 5 years in leukaemia research, then at the Anesthesiology Department.

In the last 5 years of my career I …

Exovent articles in Anesthesia News

Exovent development old technology

2020 was an exceptional year for the Exovent team. It has been an unusual year for everyone with a global pandemic disrupting life, while putting enormous strain on the NHS. This backdrop created an environment and an imperative for innovation …

Can’t hear you, are you on mute?

Let’s take a trip back into time. Some of us will remember these days, some will have to imagine them.

It is the year 1970. A virus outbreak happens in a country on the other side of the world. We …

Exovent – Espresso shot to Moon Shot

“I launched into Exovent a year ago this week. The dystopian potential of worst-case COVID had been recognised. Industry had been called on to wage a new ‘Battle of Britain’ by building ventilators. Big industry started a big, and ultimately …