Medec | High-quality anaesthesia equipment & accessories 40 years of experience in anaesthesia Medec is one of the few companies worldwide that exclusively focuses on anaesthesia solutions. Already 40 years ago Medec chose to specialise in breathing systems and their accessories. Through the years, the product range was enlarged to a wide variety of products for use in operating rooms and beyond: from simple devices to ventilators and complete breathing stations for many applications, from basic to high-end solutions. Innovative Research & Development Medec was the very first to base its breathing systems on a balanced ‘bag in bottle’ ventilator.

This unique technology perfectly approaches the natural way of breathing and promotes spontaneous breathing when the patient wakes up. Medec distinguishes itself with patented active safety features standardly provided with its entire range. Medec closely follows all developments in the field of anaesthesia and uses market feedback as a basis for developments in order to permanently comply with the expectations of the contemporary anaesthetist. Made in Belgium, the heart of Europe Medec solutions are fully designed, developed and assembled in-house which is the guarantee for an absolute top quality and perfect reliability.

Medec is ISO certified and the overall Medec product range is CE marked. All equipment as well as all parts are tested at every stage of the assembly procedure. International reputation Medec has countless references in over 90 countries for both general and very specific applications. On a daily basis 15,000 patients are safely taken through surgery by a Medec anaesthesia workstation. Medec has an international network of authorised distributors specialised in anaesthesia. Each of them receives comprehensive training to support both users and technicians. Medec's line of products · Anaesthesia workstations and ventilators · ICU equipment · Breathing systems, pop-off valves and connectors ·Flowmeters and suction regulators · Various fittings for anaesthesia