xlung assist

The swiss knife of mechanical ventilation

Available at AppStore and Google Play

Get it on Google Play


  • Calculators

    Calculate essential parameters for your mechanically ventilated patients.

  • Patient's Checklist

    Keep records of your patients, follow their evolution and automatically calculate important parameters.

  • Alerts

    Receive alerts for a safe ventilation of your patients.

  • Xlung Tips

    Tips for the care of patients requiring mechanical ventilation.

* Functionality available only on iOS.


Calculate useful parameters at the patient's bedside for an optimized and safer mechanical ventilation.

  • PBW and VT setting
  • Airway resistance (Raw)
  • Static Compliance (Cst)
  • Driving Pressure
  • Time constant
  • FIO₂ setting for PaO₂
  • RR setting for PaCO₂
  • PaO₂/FIO₂ ratio
  • Predicted PaO₂ (for age and altitude)
  • Dead Space
  • Rapid shallow breathing (f/VC ratio)
  • I:E ratio

Each calculator offers essential tips related to the chosen setting.

Patient's Checklist

Analise the ventilatory support quality and safeness. Monitor your patient's progression.

Receive alerts about different riscs related to the mechanical ventilation:

  • Risc of Ventilator Induced Lung Injuries (VILI)
  • Acid-base balance disorders
  • Problems related to respiratory mechanics
  • Air Leaks
  • Oxygenation Assessment
  • Extubation parameters

Share patient's records by e-mail*.

* Functionality available only on iOS.


Get it on Google Play

Xlung Platform

The Xlung Platform's main focus is on continuous training of health professionals and students on Mechanical Ventilation. The platform's main product is the MV Virtual Simulator, available at www.xlung.net. Aside from that, the subscribers will also find specialized educational material, such as video lectures, weekly quizzes, of everyday practice of caring for patients on MV, commented articles, news and a virtual manual. All of it entirely developed by the Xlung Platform's specialized team guided by the classical and updated references.

Check out the freely available educational content about MV and a demo of the xlung simulators clicking here. Take this opportunity and sign up!