Respiratory Simulation Specialists

About Our Test Lungs

Test Lungs that Work with Real Ventilators

We offer test lungs and breathing simulators to help you take your ventilator training and testing to the next level. Our products enable you to simulate patients from neThe RespiSim System is a respiration simulator used to create lung models for ventilation simulation.onatal to adult and can be used with any ventilator.

Whether you’re looking for a basic test lung to simulate changes in resistance and compliance, an advanced simulator to craft evolving patient scenarios including spontaneous breathing, or even a respiratory-based manikin, we can help you find the solution that is right for you.

“By having test lungs like IngMar Medical’s, where we can dial-in settings and have four stations in the lab, we can be sure that each student has the same experience.”
Al Moss, Program Director, Respiratory Care Program
Kalamazoo Valley Community College , Michigan


Call us today at (800) 583-9910 to speak with one of our representatives!

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Video Demonstrations

An example of realistic ventilation simulation.

With the RespiSim® System, IngMar Medical has created a respiratory flight simulator that enables intuitive, interactive, and highly effective ventilator management training. Teaching ventilator management with the RespiSim System results in time savings for instructors, more consistent training, higher skill levels, and ultimately better patient care. Watch our video demonstration of a hands-on tension pneumothorax scenario using our respiratory-based manikin simulator.


The ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator allows you Create virtually any lung model with the ASL 5000 Breathing Simulator craft virtually any lung model with real life respiration simulation scenarios from neonatal to adult patients. A unique feature of the ASL 5000 is its ability to breathe spontaneously while being ventilated, so it is ideal for training and testing on advanced ventilator modes. The ASL 5000 is software-controlled, and this video shows what’s new in our latest release – Software 3.5.


In addition to hands-on clinician training, the The ASL 5000 is a digitally controlled respiration simulator.ASL 5000 is also commonly used for research and development of ventilators and other respiratory devices. This video demonstrates our built-in Test Automation Interface which enables users to integrate the ASL 5000 into their proprietary systems for automated device testing.

How Others Use Our Test Lungs

User Stories by Educators

  • What the heck is going on? CHEST Ventilator Emergencies Workshop. Dr. Neil MacIntyre, Professor of Medicine, and John Davies, Clinical Research Coordinator, Duke University Medical Center. Read.
  • Test Lungs Help Find Teachable Moments. Al Moss, Program Director, Respiratory Care, Kalamazoo Valley Community College. Read.
  • Porcine Lungs Come to Life at UTMB. Jose Rojas, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Respiratory Care, University of Texas Medical Branch. Read.
  • Bringing Vital Anesthesia Training to Sierra Leone. Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Read.

User Stories by Researchers

  • Differences in Ventilator Performance Characteristics and Patient Response. Gerald Moody, Respiratory Care Practitioner, Children’s Medical Center Dallas. Read.
  • Studying the Delivery of Neonatal CPAP through Various Devices. Allan Prost, Instructor, Respiratory Therapy, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada. Read.
  • For an extensive list of published research studies using the ASL 5000 click here.

User Stories by Engineers

  • Automated Product Verification. Mark Blair, Sr. Principal Test Engineer at CareFusion. Read.
  • Ventilator Development. Maximilian Tang, Undergraduate Researcher, Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology – Poon Lab. Read.




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