About Us

Who we are

Dr. Zamir Hayek set out to design the ideal ventilator that would be a clinical tool to assist nearly anyone. 

 He achieved this with the Hayek RTX ventilator,  and in doing so, birthed a new and powerful pulmonary treatment concept, Biphasic Cuirass Ventilation (BCV). BCV was a revolutionary treatment, facilitating patients respiratory support needs, without the side effects of PPV, or a facial mask interface.

Company Information

Hayek Medical specializes in the sale and distribution of non-invasive respiratory devices. 

 Led by a dynamic executive team, Hayek Medical’s main focus has been bringing Biphasic Cuirass Ventilation (BCV)  into the hospital and homecare markets, although this has expanded to the transport, emergency, and military respiratory markets, as well as the medical imaging market and the cardiac assist market.

Industries we serve:

  • Hospitals
  • Homecare
  • Transport
  • Emergency
  • Military
A division of United Hayek Industries is a privately owned company, led by a dynamic executive team.

Hayek Medical

Hayek Medical’s main focus area has been the hospital and homecare markets, although this has expanded to the transport, emergency, military, the medical imaging and, cardiac assist market. Hayek Medical products are available worldwide through our various international offices as well as our comprehensive network of distributors.

The late Dr Zamir Hayek, a world-renowned physician in the field of respiratory care and pediatrics was the inventor of the Hayek RTX series of ventilators and a leading pioneer in the field of cuirass ventilation.  Hayek Medical was setup to develop and market a ventilator that would come as close as possible to the ‘ideal’ mechanical ventilator. Dr Hayek’s vision was to create a device that would overcome many of the problems associated with existing ventilation techniques, and provide a better quality of life for ventilator dependent patients. Through patents and using his revolutionary ventilatory concept (BCV) the Hayek RTX series of respirators were developed, meeting the requirements of his ‘dream machine’. There have been over 300 publications to date on his method