In order to control and to manage the delicate task of nourishing a “living” organ like the lung, a set of most different sensors is used within the control unit of the Mobile Circulatory Module. Beside the immediate use of the gained sensor data to take automated actions with the system itself there is the need to forward these sensor data as status information to a user. This user is intended to monitor the overall Mobile Circulatory Module’s condition using a tablet-PC exchanging data based on international standardized communication protocols for health-telemonitoring wirelessly. Beside the monitoring capabilities the user gains remote control functionalities, like setting a new desired nutrition fluid flow. Moreover the tablet-PC assists the user creating XML based reports for each transplant transport and provides interfaces to communicate those reports to remote server infrastructures.