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Ocalink’s Pantheon Emergency Ventilator(TM) is safe and effective for both hospital ICU emergency and makeshift hospitals operating to serve the pandemic

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – August 27, 2020) –  

The PEV™ is a Class III medical device ventilator whichcan continuously deliver pressure-controlled ventilation through several modesusing a turbine-based design and can be used for both invasive and non-invasiveventilation.

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Ocalink spent the early weeks when the pandemic was unfolding working with volunteer biomedical engineers, respiratory therapists, anesthesiologists, nurses, doctors, and intensive care unit workers on a ventilator design that provided the minimum functionality required to treat COVID-19 patients. The result was the PEV™ which encompasses simple functionality, easily manufactured parts, and straight-forward design, which significantly reduces the risk of manufacturing delays under a constrained global supply chain.


Ocalink comprises a group of entrepreneurs, mechanical and electrical engineers, operations and supply chain experts, and medical professionals with a collective passion to solve the global ventilator shortage problem. The Ocalink ventilator project was launched in March 2020, and the team soon created the hospital ICU-ready Pantheon Emergency Ventilator™ (PEV™) with the support of respiratory therapists, critical care physicians and other medical professionals. The PEV™ has received Health Canada certification under the Interim Order authorization and is now production-ready with the capacity to scale to a daily production of 1,000 devices per day with multiple ISO 13485 manufacturers. The company is based in Vancouver, with offices in Calgary and Montreal. For more information, visit


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