Our heart beats for premature infants and newborns.

Our full commitment and knowledge are focused on lung-protective solutions for respiratory support in order to ease the workload of hospital staff in the best way possible. With our innovations, we contribute to the survival of the smallest patients and support the gentlest possible start to life.

Premature infants and newborns need a familiar environment.

Like the nursing staff, we also consider ourselves to be a part of this family. We work carefully, are solution-oriented, and respond to individual needs. In doing so, our focus is always on the welfare of the small patients and the quality of our products, just as it is on good service – worldwide.

Longstanding relationships with customers and partners are the basis of a meaningful exchange of experiences and respectful collaboration. 

nCPAP systems and consumables

We develop and produce nCPAP systems and consumables for premature infants and newborns for clinical application in the delivery room, in the intensive care ward and during transport. For more than 20 years. 

Comprehensive solutions for the respiratory support of premature infants and newborns

As the only manufacturer, we offer solutions and products for the complete spectrum of non-invasive respiratory support for premature infants and newborns. You get a large, comprehensive and coordinated toolkit for the NIV therapy of your small patients, from CPAP to assisted respiratory support to non-invasive HFO.

Our accessories are perfectly coordinated to medin devices. They can also be used with many other devices and thus provide you with varied and, above all, practical solutions.

Family-owned company with vision

Since 2014, medin has belonged to the Swiss company Hamilton Medical which manufactures consumables for the ventilation of severely ill patients – from premature infants to adults. Hamilton Medical is managed by the second and third generations of the Hamilton family. The family’s vision has always been to put technology at the service of humanity. To turn this vision into reality, the company relies on a long-term strategy for the benefit of the patients and clinical staff, instead of focusing on short-term profit generation.