Respiratory

C-PAP

 

The most effective and widely accepted treastment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy. During this process, a flow generator placed beside your bed gently delivers air through a tube and mask that you wear while you sleep.  As the air passes through the nose and into the throat, the slight pressure keeps the upper airway open and allows you to breathe freely without obstruction.

 

Treatment helps OSA sufferers to feel more energetic and alert, and relieves many symptoms such as excessive daytime sleepiness, memory loss, poor concentration, morning headaches and depression, to name just a few. Successful CPAP treatment can also improve many of the complications and health risks associated with sleep apnea, including diabetes, heart disease, obesity and high blood pressure.

Trilogy 200

 

Using a new single limb circuit and proximal flow sensor, Trilogy200 offers improved triggering and leak compensation that allows for the more sensitive delivery of therapy. This added sensitivity decreases work of breathing, resulting in greater comfort, better ventilation, and improved patient/ventilator synchrony.

 

 

Nebulizers and Compressors
 

A compressor nebulizer system converts liquid medication into a mist so it can be easily and more effectively inhaled through a mask or mouthpiece, just by breathing naturally. Our nebulizer and compressor products are engineered to quickly aerosolize and precisely deliver liquid medications deep into a patients lungs while reducing drug waste to the environment.

 

As you can see to the left, we also have nebulizers and compressors for children that are created to help keep the child calm.

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