COVID-19 | Fluke Biomedical

A Message from Kris Gorriaran

Vice President and General Manager | Fluke Biomedical, RaySafe & LANDAUER

"As a business that serves essential markets, we intend to continue to operate during the crisis to ensure that we supply healthcare providers with the equipment, services and support they need to focus on addressing the well-being of patients affected by COVID-19."

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COVID-19 has caused an increased demand and use of ventilators

Fluke Biomedical has taken action to support this need by donating test devices that help ensure ventilators are working properly. Our Gas Flow Analyzers gauge the performance of medical gas flow equipment, helping to ensure the right flows, pressures and volumes are delivered by the medical device to the patient.  

As Fluke Biomedical headquarters are located in Washington State, and as our state is the U.S. epicenter of COVID-19, we have focused our product donations locally, giving to Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue, Swedish First Hill Medical in Seattle, Evergreen Health in Kirkland, and Providence Everett Medical Center in Everett.  

We are proud to be helping our everyday heroes working in the medical field who are on the front line of this virus.

Gas Flow Analyzers and ventilator testers

In this together - COVID-19 Messages

Watch these messages from RaySafe, LANDAUER and Fluke Biomedical employees, describing how they have been personally effected by the COVID-19 pandemic, how they are staying safe with their families and most of all and thanking our customers and other healthcare workers most impacted by the crisis.

Useful tips from Fluke Biomedical during the COVID-19 crisis

We've put together some helpful how-to videos for you

  • How to streamline your ventilator and patient monitor PM's and incoming inspections and do more with less
  • How to stay safe and effectively reduce cross-contamination in the hospital
  • How going paperless can help during the COVID-19 crisis

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Taking the pressure off ventilator testing

Given the current situation we recognize the pressure you may be facing with the growing number of ventilator incoming inspections and routine PM’s. We wanted to provide you with a few of our best practices to take away some of the guesswork. Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned veteran, there will be something for you to take away.

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