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Mobile Airway Clearance Therapy (AffloVest)

  • Mobile airway clearance therapy removes mucus and contaminants from your lungs. This type of therapy is best used by individuals who cannot naturally clear the mucus from their lungs.

 

Nasal High-Flow Therapy (Airvo)

  • Nasal high-flow therapy is a form of respiratory support where oxygen is delivered to a patient at rates of flow higher than that delivered traditionally in oxygen therapy. 

 

Cough Assist Devices 

  • Cough assist devices help clear secretions from the lungs by helping you with your breathing. When you breathe in, the machine gives you air (positive pressure) to help expand your lungs. When you blow out, the machine creates a sucking force (negative pressure) that pulls the air out of your lungs. The rapid change in pressure during the different phases of breathing helps make your cough stronger and more effective. 

 

Flutter Valves

  • A flutter valve is a handheld device used as a type of breathing therapy. It helps clear mucus from the lungs as well as makes breathing easier and more comfortable. The device loosens the secretions in your lungs and helps you to cough them up.  

 

Apnea Monitors

  • An apnea monitor is a machine that detects a baby's chest movement (breathing) and heart rate. If the baby's heart rate slows down or the chest stops moving, the monitor will sound to alert you to check on the baby. 

 

Phototherapy

  • Phototherapy is treatment with a special type of light (not sunlight). It's often used to treat newborn jaundice by lowering the bilirubin levels in the baby's blood. This makes it easier for the baby's liver to break down and remove the bilirubin from their blood. 

 

Suction Machines

  • Suction therapy is used to remove saliva, thick mucus and other secretions from the mouth, trachea or the lower airway that the patient is unable to clear by themselves. 

 

Pulse Oximetry

  • Pulse oximetry is a noninvasive method for monitoring a person's oxygen saturation. A clip-like device called a probe is placed on a body part, usually the finger. The probe uses light to measure how much oxygen is in the blood. 

 

Peak Flow Meters

  • A peak flow meter is a portable, hand-held device used to measure how air flows from your lungs in one "fast blast." The meter measures your ability to push air out of your lungs.