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.
The incidence of bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD) continues to compromise long-term health in neonatal patients despite mechanical ventilation’s success in reducing infant mortality.
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.
Hamilton Medical has received CE approval for the HAMILTON‐C1 with a new Neonatal option, which allows the device to provide optimal ventilation therapy for neonates.
Healthcare providers must consider a number of factors when considering which type of humidification and ventilation products to purchase.
Guidelines covering the subject of humidification during ventilation offer clear goals, but ambiguity regarding the means can be reduced by RT policies.
The Hamilton-T1 transport ventilator is now approved in the EU with a neonatal option, according to the company.
Breathe Technologies’ NIOV System, a one-pound noninvasive mechanical ventilator, has received a CE Mark for use in Europe.
ResMed has introduced its new generation of portable, lightweight, and user-friendly life support ventilators: the Astral 100 and Astral 150.
RTs are a vital part of transport teams that treat critically ill patients en route to emergency care. In many cases, RTs must use mechanical ventilators, which can be challenging given the environments they work in.