A large part of the patients or their family members who plan to buy a breathing ventilator machine refer to the standard of the breathing ventilator machine used in the hospital. However, in most cases, breathing ventilator machines used in hospitals cannot be used as a reference standard for patients to purchase breathing ventilator machines. The reason is that breathing ventilator machines used in hospitals involve problems of channels and indications. Pigeon Medical will tell you why it is not recommended to refer to the standard of the breathing ventilator machine used in hospitals when buying a ventilator.
The breathing ventilator machines used by hospitals are basically purchased through bidding. Therefore, the purchase price is often different from the actual market price, and the price is generally higher. Consequently, if you use a ventilator in a hospital, you think it's okay, but the price is often much higher than that of the same type of ventilator on the market. Many people like to inquire how much the breathing ventilator machine used in the hospital is, and then the budget is set according to the price of types of ventilators used in hospitals. In fact, in many cases, the price of the breathing ventilator machine purchased by hospitals is much higher than the price in the market.
The hospital will involve all kinds of patients, some with severe illnesses and some with mild illnesses. This requires the breathing ventilator machine used in the hospital to meet the needs of most people. For this reason, many hospitals purchase the best-performing breathing ventilator machines so that people with various conditions can use them. However, this brings about a problem that the price of breathing ventilator machines is ridiculously high. In general, most people can't use the functions and performance of this type of breathing ventilator machine. Therefore, you only need to buy a breathing ventilator machine that is suitable for your condition, which also saves the purchase cost.