Fast, Painless,Non-invasive

Gas Exchange Analysisat the point of care

Redefining Gas Exchange Analysis

MediPines AGM100® Monitoring System

Blood Oxygen Level (gPaO2™), Carbon Dioxide Levels (PETCO2), Oxygen Saturation, Respiratory Rate, Pulse Rate, AND MORE  >

Unique Respiratory Features & Benefits

Oxygen Deficit | gPaO2™ | PAO2

Comprehensive Respiratory Parameters

Proven in the field

Backed By Science

Find out why the Medipines AGM100® Monitor is an essential
respiratory evaluation tool to improve patient flow and outcomes.

Non-invasive Pulmonary Gas Exchange Analysis

Portable Respiratory Specific Monitoring

Blood Oxygen Level (gPAO2™), Carbon Dioxide Levels (PETCO2), Oxygen Saturation, Respiratory Rate, Pulse Rate, AND MORE  >

Proven in the field

Backed By Science

Find out why the Medipines AGM100® Monitor is an essential
respiratory evaluation tool to improve patient flow and outcomes.

Unique Features & BenefitsView

Oxygen Deficit | gPAO2™ | PAO2

Comprehensive Respiratory Parameters

Proven in the field

Backed By Science

Find out why the Medipines AGM100® Monitor is an essential
respiratory evaluation tool to improve patient flow and outcomes.

Enhancing your practice & workflow

What Practitioners Are Saying

Ron Pasewald - Improved ER Triage

“We are measuring patients in the emergency room. It’s a form of triage, for what kind of care we are going to provide in the emergency room and possibly as an indicator for whether or not these patients have silent hypoxemia and whether or not these patients should be admitted to the hospital or not.”
Ron Pasewald, RRT

Past President of Wisconsin Society for Respiratory Care

“The AGM100 is so easy to use and portable. You get the data in minutes, instead of hours so I can separate ‘respiratory’ from ‘non-respiratory’ patients. It also worked seamlessly when I took it to remote rural areas where we did not have access to labs nearby…the next hospital is 160 miles away and the only way to transport patients to a hospital was via helicopter.”
Emergency Physician

Quite frankly, over 15% of our surgical patients have COPD and many more don’t know they have respiratory issues. That is why we are using the MediPines AGM100® here to fast screen these patients, pre-surgery…

 

Leading Academic M.D.

Medical Center Director

So, what makes the MediPines Gas Exchange Monitor interesting?
Simply put, it’s new. The Gas Exchange Monitor is the first medical device to integrate a “comprehensive set” of respiratory parameters and indicators drawn from a patient’s breath in a noninvasive test. What’s key is the word “noninvasive.”
Meditech Boston

Proven in the field

Backed By Science

Find out why the Medipines AGM100® Monitor is an essential
respiratory evaluation tool to improve patient flow and outcomes.

Clinical Publications

MediPines Corporation works with world-class leading physicians and medical research facilities to improve non-invasive respiratory measurement technology. The MediPines Gas Exchange Monitor is FDA 510(k) cleared and available in the United States. The following studies in support of Oxygen Deficit and the MediPines Gas Exchange Monitor were conducted and published:

  • Go West: translational physiology for noninvasive measurement of pulmonary gas exchange in patients with hypoxemic lung disease. Pickerodt P.A., & Kuebler W.M. American Journal of Physiology, Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. 2019 Mar 6;316: L701–L702. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30838868
  • A New, Noninvasive Method of Measuring Impaired Pulmonary Gas Exchange in Lung Disease: An Outpatient Study. West J.B., Crouch D.R., Fine J.M., Makadia D., Wang D.L., Prisk G.K. CHEST. 2018;154(2), pp. 363-369. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29452100
  • Measurements of pulmonary gas exchange efficiency using expired gas and oximetry: results in normal subjects. West, J.B., Wang, D.L., Prisk D.K. American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular Molecular Physiology. 2018 Apr 1;314(4): L686-L689. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29351442
  • Noninvasive measurement of pulmonary gas exchange: comparison with data from arterial blood gases. West, J. B., Wang, D. L., Prisk, G. K., Fine, J. M., Bellinghausen, A., Light, M. P., & Crouch, D. R. American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology. 2018. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30335497
  • A lifetime of pulmonary gas exchange. West, J.B. Physiological Reports. 2018 Oct;6(20):e13903. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6198137/
  • Measuring the efficiency of pulmonary gas exchange using expired gas instead of arterial blood: comparing the “ideal” Po2 of Riley with end-tidal Po2. West JB, Liu MA, Stark PC, Prisk GK. American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology 2020;319(2):L289-L293. https://journals.physiology.org/doi/full/10.1152/ajplung.00150.2020
  • Validation of a Non-invasive Assessment of Pulmonary Gas Exchange During Exercise in Hypoxia. Ainslie, Philip N., Howe, Connor A., MacLeod, David B., Wainman, Liisa, Oliver, Samuel J., CHEST. 2020 Apr. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/32343965

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