Carl Reiner GmbH of Wien at MEDICA 2019 in Düsseldorf -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine
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Carl Reiner GmbH

Mariannengasse 17, 1090 Wien
Telephone +43 1 40262510
Fax +43 1 402625119

This company is co-exhibitor of
Biegler GmbH Medizinelektronik

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MEDICA 2019 hall map (Hall 11): stand C25

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MEDICA 2019 fairground map: Hall 11

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Electromedical Equipment / Medical Technology
  • 01.06  Intense medicine / anesthesiology / respiration
  • 01.06.02  Respiration equipment, oxygen equipment

Respiration equipment, oxygen equipment

Our products

Product category: Respiration equipment, oxygen equipment

TwinStream ICU

Save lives - Gain time - Reduce costs

The Lung-protective Ventilation in Intensive Care for acute ill patients.
Offers oxygenation and ventilation with unsurpassed efficiency and safety. It is the only system on the market to offer pulsatile Bi-Level Ventilation p-BLV™ (See infobox). The p-BLV™ module generates a pulsatile gas column. This facilitates optimal gas exchange, respiratory gas conditioning and transmission of the pressure waveamplitude into the lung. This represents a significant advantage over conventional ventilation systems.

TwinStream™ ICU with provides the best ventilation method for patients with:
-Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)
-Pneumonia (ALI - VILI)
-Severe chest trauma in the context of polytrauma

The best strategy for paediatric intensive care medicine.
Ensures efficient ventilation for each thoraco-abdominal system regardless of the maturity of the lung. During recruitment of non-ventilated areas of the lung, negative haemodynamic effects are significantly less than with other ventilation modes.

TwinStream™ ICU Ideal for young patients with:
 -Primary or secondary acute lung injury
-Thoracic Trauma

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Product category: Respiration equipment, oxygen equipment


Superimposed High - Frequency Jet -Ventilation (SHFJV®)

TwinStream™ is the first microprocessor-driven Superimposed High-frequency Jet ventilation apparatus and sets an entirely new standard in the jet ventilation technique.

Gold Standard:
The first TwinStream™ jet ventilation systems for superimposed high-frequency jet ventilation were delivered at the beginning of 2006. In the meantime, users in Europe, Middle East, Russia an now China trust TwinStream™ as well as its patented jet endoscopes and accessories as a system-based solution for jet ventilation.

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About us

Company details

Today the brand name CARL REINER is a synonym for innovative development and the production of new technologies in medicine. This traditional enterprise in Austria is known to be a competent partner, especially in the fields of anaesthesia, pulmology, cardiology, urology, and ENT. Internationally the company established a new standard in 2006 by developing jet ventilation apparatuses, and thus assumed the position of a technological leader in the field of superimposed high-frequency jet ventilation (SHFJV®).

Client-oriented work is given highest priority in the manufacture of our own products as well as with regard to the products of foreign manufacturers.  Furthermore, we confront the challenges of advancing the design of medical systems and the rational installation of integrated system solutions of all magnitudes. In this regard, the sustained functionality of the apparatuses is guaranteed by CARL REINER’s quality service for monitoring, maintenance and repair. We also provide – and consider ourselves responsible for – optimal training and advanced training programmes for doctors, nursing staff and hospital technology.

At our head office in Vienna‘s university and medical quarter in the 9th district  of the city, about 30 staff members of Carl Reiner view the company as a point of intersection between the individual requirements of users and the innovations resulting from persistently developing technologies. Our team is always up to date and well prepared for the future because our experts are actively involved in medical technical research and development, both locally and globally.

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