COVID-19: BMC Response to the pandemic
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Message from our Chairman

In 2020, the pandemic of COVID-19 swept the world. As a company focusing on respiratory health, BMC bears in mind its mission and is duty-bound to fight against the epidemic.

In the early stage of the outbreak, BMC immediately integrated its inventory and quickly responded to the market. In order to meet the first-line demands, BMC made every effort to increase its production capacity. BMC’s Non-invasive ventilators, HFNO (high-flow nasal cannula oxygenation) therapy devices, ventilation masks and other products have been widely used in the frontline of anti-epidemic, and the cloud based BMC+ respiratory health management platform is also free of charge for all hospitals.

Facing the increasingly turbulent international epidemic, BMC has played a huge role in the global market layout. BMC products have CE and other global registration certifications, and have obtained FDA emergency use authorization to allow them to quickly complete overseas support. At present, BMC has provided tens of thousands of ventilators, thousands of HFNO (high-flow nasal cannula oxygenation) therapy devices and hundreds of thousands ventilation masks to the world.

Facing the increasing cost of raw materials and labor, BMC maintained product price stability, strictly controlled quality, improved after-sales service network, and resolutely cracked down on illegal activities in the market to promote healthy development of the industry. So far, BMC has donated medical materials which is worth more than 5.8 million Chinese Yuan to the whole country.

The epidemic is not over yet, and prevention and control are still in progress. We are willing to take the greatest courage and responsibility to protect the human health.

Kind regards,
George Zhuang
Chairman of BMC Medical






Frequently asked questions about BMC devices used for COVID-19

1What is a ventilator, and what does it do?

BMC manufactures a range of ventilators and bilevel devices; both are indicated for home and hospital use, and have the flexibility for use in various clinical scenarios to support patients with respiratory insufficiency. Our ventilators can provide non-invasive ventilation:

Noninvasive ventilation (NIV) is a form of mechanical ventilation where air is delivered to the patient through a mask.

Bilevel devices are non-invasive only and deliver two distinct pressures, one for inhalation and the second for exhalation; the change in pressures leads to flow of air in and out of the lungs.

In China, as of April 20, we have cumulatively provided more than 10,000 ventilators to regions with severe epidemics.

2What is a high flow humidifier oxygen therapy device?

H-80 series HFNO (High-flow nasal cannula oxygenation) device is intended to offer warmed and humidified high-flow oxygen to patients with spontaneous breathing by prescription in the home or hospital/institutional environment.

3What can the ventilator and high flow humidifier oxygen therapy device do in this pandemic?

They can quickly restore blood oxygen saturation and relieve respiratory distress.

4If I have COVID-19, can I spread it while on non-invasive ventilation?

As shown in the figure below, the risk of transmission can be reduced by adding filters.

5How do I obtain a ventilation, oxygen, or bilevel device if I'm diagnosed with COVID-19 – and which would I need?

If you have been tested and diagnosed with COVID-19, you need to follow the recommendation of the medical staff that provided the diagnosis. At BMC, we only sell our ventilation devices through the healthcare system of each country. The therapy required to treat the worst cases of COVID-19 is very complex and requires medical expertise and clinically trained staff to administer it. Your medical professional has the expertise to decide what kind of therapy is required for each patient.

6Can I continue to use my CPAP machine if I’m diagnosed with COVID-19?

Coronavirus doesn’t change your sleep apnea diagnosis – or your need to continue using CPAP therapy. You should continue to use your CPAP machine because a full night’s sleep benefits your overall health. If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, you need to follow the medical advice from your healthcare provider.

Have other questions? Contact us by email.

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For your safety

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, respiratory or otherwise, please call your country’s emergency phone number or doctor immediately. Be sure to tell them of any exposure you may have had to COVID-19.

To reduce your risk of contracting and/or spreading COVID-19, please follow these published guidelines for:

Frequently asked questions about COVID-19 (including how it’s transmitted, common symptoms, and how we can best avoid it): World Health Organization (WHO)

People at risk for serious illness from COVID-19: U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

Common myths vs. facts about COVID-19: WHO

Healthy hygiene: WHO

Tips for health workers: WHO

Tips for people at higher risk for serious illness: CDC

Global travel guidance: WHO

For U.S. citizens,CDC

For Canadian citizens,Health Canada

Latest COVID-19 updates in the U.S.: CDC

Latest COVID-19 updates in Canada: Health Canada

Rights, roles, and responsibilities of health workers, including key considerations for occupational safety and health: WHO