Respiratory support via a tracheostomy tube.
Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV)
Respiratory support via nasal, full face, or nasal pillow interfaces.
Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) is an optimal therapy for patients with chronic conditions that impair the ability to breathe such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Neuromuscular Disease, and Restrictive Thoracic Disorders.
Setup & Train
Our Respiratory Therapist educates and trains you how to use your new equipment and therapy best practices.
CO₂ and SPO₂ monitoring performed each visit to evaluate therapy settings for effective treatment.
Routine telehealth calls will continue to monitor your therapy progress.
The first wearable ventilator provides respiratory support wherever you go
Safe transition and care in the home
Our Respiratory Therapist will meet you at the hospital for introductions and planning.
A home assessment is completed to assure a safe discharge environment.
Equipment trials and training prior to discharge.
Transition to Home
Discharge Day: Our Respiratory Therapist will be at your home waiting for you to arrive.
Our Respiratory Therapist will be there every day for the first week, weekly for a month, and monthly thereafter. With each visit all equipment will be checked and vital signs completed, as well as SPO2 and ETCO2 levels.