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Co-Vents receives 501(c)3 designation from the IRS in 11 days, begins returning “retired” ventilators to service for COVID-19 patients.

  • On April 14, Co-Vents received their 501(c)3 not-for-profit designation from the IRS just 11 days after forming the company.
  • Co-Vents has acquired the first tranche of ventilators that are being refurbished for COVID-19 patients.
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Better way to field ventilators fast: Refurbish old machines

By Lee Teschler | April 13, 2020 » Read full article here A shortage of respiratory ventilators in the COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to numerous well-meaning ventures that include assembly lines converted from autos to ventilators and a DIY ...
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Nonprofit Organization ‘Co-Vents’ Working to Help Save Lives by Refurbishing Older Ventilators for Hospitals

The Daily Citizen | Apr 13, 2020 » Read the Full Article Here When it comes to the coronavirus, ventilators are a critical aspect of support for those suffering from some of the most severe complications of the disease. So, ...
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Could old ventilators be a secret weapon against COVID-19?

APRIL 10, 2020 BY
https://www.medicaldesignandoutsourcing.com/could-old-ventilators-be-a-secret-weapon-against-covid-19/ A pair of medtech industry veterans has formed a not-for-profit corporation to obtain and repair used ventilators for patients fighting COVID-19. Co-Vents has six FDA-approved and ISO-certified ventilator service centers lined up to ...
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Experts join forces to fill the urgent need for ventilators for COVID-19 Patients

  • Co-Vents has assembled a best in class ventilator and pulmonary team of experts to augment the supply of ventilators to fight COVID-19.
  • Boston Consulting Group (BCG) estimates that there are 20,000 ventilators that could quickly be returned to service.
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Co-Vents Interviewed by ABC

Michael Raymer, Co-Founder at Co-Vents, was interviewed by The Denver Channel (ABC 7) at the Catalyst HTI building in Denver, CO on April 8, 2020. You can view the article at The Denver Channel by clicking here. View the video ...
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