RT takes a look at some of the current offerings in the simulation sector, which are helping to test equipment and train novice and veteran respiratory care practitioners and improve quality of care.
Thanks to a new partnership with Microsoft, Aerocrine is exploring possibilities for its FeNO diagnostic medical devices to venture into the world of telemedicine.
The incidence of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) continues to compromise long-term health in neonatal patients despite mechanical ventilation’s success in reducing infant mortality.
UC Berkeley engineers have created a pulse oximeter sensor comprised of organic materials.
ResMed has launched its new AirCurve 10 series, which includes three bilevel devices for to treat sleep apnea, and an adaptive servo-ventilation device for patients with central sleep apnea or Cheyne-Stokes respiration.
Masimo has announced the FDA 510(K) clearance of its patient monitoring and connectivity platform.
PulmoFlow Inc’s Kitabis Pak, a co-packaging of generic tobramycin inhalation solution with a PARI LC PLUS Nebulizer, has been approved to treat cystic fibrosis.
Drive Medical Inc has launched two new CPAP mask models: the NasalFit Deluxe EZ CPAP Mask and the PillowFit Deluxe Nasal CPAP System. Both will be available beginning Dec 18th.
Patients who had cardiac arrest outside of a hospital had greater survival to hospital discharge and to 90 days beyond if they received basic life support versus advanced life support.
3B Medical’s devices are now equipped to detect when a patient is experiencing an open or clear airway apnea in real time and respond appropriately.