Every 40 seconds, someone experiences cardiac arrest and needs CPR.
The chances of surviving CPR are at best about 25 percent.
CDC "Heart Disease Facts, 2020"
The Butterfly BVM is designed to prevent hyperventilation using a novel, rate-limiting mechanism.
The rigid design allows the user to maintain a seal and squeeze the bag with just one hand.
ADJUSTABLE TIDAL VOLUME
Unlike bag-valve-masks currently on the market, our device can adjust to treat any size of patient.
Compact and ergonomic, the BBVM is designed to be easy to store and for user comfort.
INTEGRATED PEEP VALVE
Known to enhance resuscitations, our built-in PEEP valve will save you time and money with the turn of a dial.
Each device is used on just one patient. We're working on a recycling program to help save Mother Earth.
*claims not yet evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration
Jonathan Merrell, MD
An engineer from UVA and a doctor from Eastern Virginia Medical School, Jon moved to Indianapolis to start work as a pediatrician. While working in a NICU, he developed the idea for the Butterfly BVM and is now using all his skillsets to propel the device and company forward.
Currently working full-time for Compact Medical, Adam is a graduate of Purdue University in biomedical engineering. Gaining most of his experience through R&D at Johnson & Johnson, he is bringing his expertise to maximize the functionality of the Butterfly BVM.
Allan Matthys, CPA, CMA, CGMA
Al has a 38-year-long career in public accounting, finance, and corporate governance. He has been using his extensive knowledge to help Compact Medical, and maintain good corporate health.
Compact Medical Solutions is a medical device startup based in Indianapolis Indiana. Compact Medical was formed in 2016 by Jonathan Merrell, MD, Adam Scott, BSBME, Gustavo Amorim, MBA, Dillan Nayee, BSBME, and Varun Prakash, BSChE.
The company got its jump-start after placing second in the PNW Big Sell Competition. Since that time Compact Medical has matured, become more focused, and is moving rapidly toward commercializing the Butterfly BVM, the bag-valve-mask resuscitator of the future.