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 Non-invasive ventilation measurement patent thumbnailNon-invasive ventilation measurement
Determining the lung compliance and lung resistance of a subject undergoing respiratory therapy using non-invasive ventilation requires taking the presence of leaks into account. In particular, variable and unintentional leaks at or near a subject interface appliance may be dynamically determined based on an average resistance of the leak orifice of the subject..
 High frequency chest wall oscillation system patent thumbnailHigh frequency chest wall oscillation system
A therapy system is operable to deliver at least one respiratory therapy to a patient. For example, therapy system may be operable to deliver any one or more of the following therapies: a high frequency chest wall oscillation (hfcwo) therapy, a positive expiratory pressure (pep) therapy, a nebulizer therapy, an intermittent positive pressure breathing (ippb) therapy, a cough assist therapy, a suction therapy, a bronchial dilator therapy, and the like.
 Combination respiratory therapy device, system, and method patent thumbnailCombination respiratory therapy device, system, and method
A combination respiratory therapy management system creates a combined respiratory therapy prescription that can be executed by a combined respiratory therapy device to provide multiple coordinated respiratory therapies to a patient. The system can update the combined respiratory therapy prescription and implement the updates while the combined respiratory therapy device is in use.
 Respiratory therapy device and filtration units therefor patent thumbnailRespiratory therapy device and filtration units therefor
A respiratory therapy device comprises a pneumatic control unit connectable to a source of medical grade oxygen for supplying oxygen to a first control unit outlet port at a first set of conditions and to a second control unit outlet port at a second set of conditions. First and second transfer conduits are in fluid communication with the first and second outlet ports.
Quiet nasal cannula
Devices for providing respiratory therapy to a patient are disclosed. One device includes first and second elongated lumens and a nosepiece.
 System and method for limited flow respiratory therapy patent thumbnailSystem and method for limited flow respiratory therapy
Methods and system of respiratory therapy treat sleep apnea by particular elevated pressure levels during the end of exhalation phases. Inhalation pressure levels may thus be significantly reduced and be, on average, lower than the exhalation pressure levels..
 Pressure adjustment in a respiratory therapy device patent thumbnailPressure adjustment in a respiratory therapy device
Sleep apnea can be treated with pressure support therapy using a target pressure level. Detected respiratory events during consecutive multi-session testing period are compared to determine statistical metrics covering gradual changes in therapy efficiency.
 Unlocking a respiratory therapy mode patent thumbnailUnlocking a respiratory therapy mode
A respiratory therapy device is configured, e.g. By a care provider, such that a second therapy mode different from the current therapy mode is unlocked, under predetermined circumstances and a third therapy mode different from the current and the second therapy mode is unlocked, under predetermined circumstances.
 Configuration of respiratory therapy modes patent thumbnailConfiguration of respiratory therapy modes
A respiratory therapy device is configured, such that it switches from one therapy mode to another therapy mode. The mode parameters for the latter therapy mode are based on usage information gather during the former therapy mode..
 Pulse oximetry in respiratory therapy patient interface patent thumbnailPulse oximetry in respiratory therapy patient interface
Provided are systems and methods for utilizing blood oxygenation information with respiratory therapy. These systems and methods may provide respiratory therapy to a patient (119), which may include providing a flow of gas to a patient via a patient interface.
Method and apparatus for neural stimulation with respiratory feedback
A neural stimulation system controls the delivery of neural stimulation using a respiratory signal as a therapy feedback input. The respiratory signal is used to increase the effectiveness of the neural stimulation, such as vagal nerve stimulation, while decreasing potentially adverse side effects in respiratory functions.
Discreet respiratory therapy system
A device provides respiratory treatment such as for sleep disordered breathing and other respiratory conditions in a discreet configuration to provide a minimally invasive system. The system may include a flow pressurizer apparatus configured to generate a pressurized flow of air through a fine bore delivery conduit toward a patient interface.
Apparatus and methods for providing humidity in respiratory therapy
The present inventions provide respiratory therapy apparatus that introduce water into the pressurized air delivered to a user during various positive airway pressure therapies and corresponding methods. The respiratory therapy apparatus may be configured to administer one or more positive airway pressure therapies, including: continuous positive airway pressure therapy (cpap), bi-level positive airway pressure therapy (bpap), auto positive airway pressure therapy (autopap), proportional positive airway pressure therapy (ppap), and/or other positive airway pressure therapies.
Patient interface device having a fabric pouch for a cushion
A system is structured to provide a regimen of respiratory therapy to a patient having an airway. The system includes a gas flow generator structured to generate a flow of breathing gas, a patient interface device structured to communicate the flow of breathing gas to the airway of the patient, and a patient circuit structured to couple the gas flow generator to the patient interface device.
Coordinated use of respiratory and cardiac therapies for sleep disoredered breathing
Methods and systems involve coordinating therapies used for treating disordered breathing. Disordered breathing therapies may include cardiac electrical stimulation therapy and external respiratory therapy as well as other therapies for treating disordered breathing in a patient.
Method and apparatus for treatment of sleep disorders
A system for therapy may include a mask (200) for a patient having a frame, cushion, forehead support and a light (100). The mask is connectable to a respiratory treatment apparatus, such as a flow generator, to receive breathable gas for a respiratory therapy.
Game-based incentive spirometer and a method of quantifying and recording performance
An incentive spirometry device designed to assist patients with respiratory therapy by means of an electronic air flow sensor that provides patients with visual or other positive feedback when they inhale or exhale at a predetermined flow rate or volume and sustain the act for a predetermined minimum time period. The objectives are to increase transpulmonary pressure and inspiratory volumes, improve inspiratory muscle performance, and re-establish or simulate the normal pattern of pulmonary hyperinflation.
System and method of providing feedback to a subject receiving respiratory therapy via a client device associated with the subject
Feedback information is provided to a subject regarding reception of pressure support therapy, and/or other respiratory support therapy. The feedback information may indicate compliance to a respiratory therapy regimen.
Method and apparatus for controlling neural stimulation during disordered breathing
A neural stimulation system controls the delivery of neural stimulation using a respiratory signal as a therapy feedback input. The respiratory signal is used to increase the effectiveness of the neural stimulation, such as vagal nerve stimulation, while decreasing potentially adverse side effects in respiratory functions.
Nebulizer for use in mechanical respiratory ventilation therapy
A nebulizer for use in mechanical respiratory therapy that allows for the introduction of medicaments in the form of aerosols into the system without causing interruption to the therapy being provided to the patient.. .
Component for conveying gases
This invention provides for a component forming a part of a breathing tube, or forming the breathing tube, for example as a part of a breathing circuit for respiratory therapy. The component comprising a tubular body having a foamed wall.
Respiratory therapy device having standard and oscillatory pep with nebulizer
A respiratory therapy device has both a standard positive expiratory pressure (pep) device and an oscillatory pep device packaged together. A manually operable member is movable to select which of the standard and oscillatory pep device is placed in communication with a patient's airway.
Gas delivery conduit management system
An apparatus (22) for managing a gas delivery conduit (14) of a respiratory therapy includes a socket member (28) having a main body portion (32) and a first coupling portion (40). The main body portion is structured to receive and hold a portion of the gas delivery conduit in a manner such that the gas delivery conduit slides along the main body portion.
Patient interface systems
A patient interface structure for delivery of respiratory therapy to a patient includes a front plate configured to conform to the shape of the patient's face; a mouth cushion defining a breathing chamber and provided to the front plate and configured to seal around the patient's mouth; and a nasal cushion configured to seal the patient's nasal airways. The nasal cushion is supported by the mouth cushion, does not contact a bridge of the patient's nose in use, and extends at least partially into the breathing chamber.
Mask system
A mask system for delivery of respiratory therapy to a patient includes a nares portion and a mouth portion and an inlet conduit connected to at least one of the nares portion and the mouth portion to deliver the pressurized, breathable gas. The mask system is adapted to selectively utilize the nares portion and/or the mouth portion in a first mode utilizing both the nares portion and the mouth portion, and in a second mode utilizing the nares portion and not utilizing the mouth portion..
Systems and methods for providing respiratory therapy
Systems and methods for respiratory therapy are disclosed. The system may include a nebulizer, an adaptor, and a nasal cannula.
Humidifying gas for respiratory therapy
A system for providing humidification to gas to be provided to a patient to support breathing including: a humidification component configured for adding water vapor to the gas; and a humidification component controller coupled with the humidification component and configured for receiving humidification target value information, the humidification component controller including: a humidification target value determiner configured for determining, based on received humidification target value information, a humidification target value of at least two possible humidification target values, the humidification target value identifying a humidification level setting corresponding to the patient.. .
Bypass heat and moisture exchanger
A heat and moisture exchanger (hme) device for respiratory therapy, the device comprising a housing defining a passageway for the flow of respiratory gas, where the housing can include a ventilator side port, a patient side port, a first pathway defined within the housing, and a second pathway defined within the housing, a medium located within the first pathway and a valve configured to selectably impede fluid flow through one of the first pathway and second pathway during use. The hme can further include a knob configured to position the valve.

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