Enhanced Training-independent Success

The NETS is engineered to improve pre-hospital success rates by mitigating the impact of limited medical training. Its user-friendly design aims to empower emergency responders, reducing the risk associated with airway management procedures in civilian and military settings.

Adaptive Design for Varied Conditions

Unlike conventional ETs, the NETS overcomes challenges posed by severe temperature changes and anatomical variations. Its innovative design ensures optimal performance across diverse environmental conditions, making it a reliable choice for emergency situations.

Precision Tracheal Location

With a significantly reduced error rate of tracheal location (23% in civilian cases), the NETS addresses a critical limitation of existing systems. This advancement contributes to more accurate and efficient intubation processes, crucial for successful pre-hospital interventions.

Novel Endotrachea Tube System

Utilizing Smart Materials and Sensor Feedback

Airway management has become one of the most dangerous procedures occurring in civilian and military settings where constrictions prevent the emergency responder from intubating a patient correctly. The Endotracheal Tube (ET) is the most widely used medical device for emergency responders however without proper medical training pre-hospital success rates are reduced significantly. The ET has many drawbacks when certain situations call for them, the current design performs poorly upon severe temperature change and does not fully account for anatomical variations of patients. Locating the trachea could sometimes be difficult with an error rate of 23 % (civilian). Pre-hospital events where an endotracheal tube is implemented in cases of emergency fail at rates ranging from 5-38 % (civilian) and 70 % (combat).