Vapotherm High Flow Therapy provides support for patients in respiratory distress. Appropriate for all ages, from neonate to geriatric, Vapotherm Systems delivers comfortable, well-tolerated therapy that may help patients avoid the discomfort and expense associated with mechanical or pressure based ventilation support. Delivered through a comfortable nasal cannula, only Vapotherm delivers High Flow Therapy with medical grade vapor, precise temperature and oxygen control and an easy-to-use integrated system with built-in patient safety alarms.

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November 12, 2014
The Center of Excellence (COE) program recognizes health care facilities that best use Vapotherm technology to improve patient care and outcomes. Gaylord Hospital has been designated as the first Post-Acute Care Center of Excellence for their exemplary use of Vapotherm High Flow Therapy.
 
To learn more about Gaylord Hospital’s experience and how your facility can become a Vapotherm Center of Excellence click here.
September 12, 2014
Recently there has been a rise in pediatric ED visits and ICU admissions due to the Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68). Bronchiolitis caused by EV-D68 leads to coughing, wheezing and heavy mucus secretions, which may lead to mild or severe respiratory illness. Vapotherm High Flow Therapy Precision Flow system is used in hundreds of hospitals and provides repiratory support for bronchiolitis patients. 
 

 

Healthcare Professionals

Clinician information on the use and application of High Flow Therapy, including mechanisms of action and critical features, patient benefits, and clinical resources.
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Patients and Families

High Flow Therapy provides support for patients of all ages experiencing shortness of breath or trouble with breathing. Read more to learn about how Vapotherm High Flow Therapy provides effective and gentle respiratory support.
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NICU Parents Space

The NICU Parents Space is a blog/online community for parents to find the information they need about having a child in the NICU. Connect with other families, and learn some helpful hints along the way.
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