Ventec Life Systems is a medical device company redefining respiratory care to improve patient outcomes and reduce caregiver challenges in the hospital and home.
Ventec has developed a life support system called VOCSN that combines ventilation, oxygen, cough, suction and nebulization (medication delivery) services in one portable device and lets a user switch between services using the same hardware.
Ventec Life Systems was founded in 2013 by Doug DeVries. The company is headquartered in Bothell, Washington.
Ventec Life's VOCSN Multi-View, is the first and only system to provide complete patient trending and monitoring for ventilator dependent patients across multiple respiratory therapies including ventilation, oxygen, cough, suction, and nebulization and additional patient monitors.
Ventec Life's customers include home health companies; long term care facilities; and hospitals based in the U.S. and Japan. The devices is used by pediatric and adult patients that have neuromuscular disease, impaired lung function, spinal cord injury, and/or pediatric development complication.
Ventec Life Systems raised $20M in a Series E round of funding on Jan 27, 2020. This new round brings Ventec Life's total funding to $59.1M to date.