Airway Clearance System Device Machine Vest
Description of Airway clearance system device machine vest ： The HINOR Air Way Clearance Systems uses a new technology-Hight Frequency Chest Wall Oscillation (HFCWO), it has an inflatable garment connected by a pair of Air Hoses to an Air Pulse Generator. During therapy, the inflates and...
In today's busy health-care environment, finding the time for a manual chest percussion and postural drainage is a challenge for caregivers. In addition, some people with pap may not tolerate optimal posture) or artificial chest thumping. However, pulmonary complications caused by impaired airway clearance can have serious consequences - inflammation, infection, lung injury. Therefore, our airway clearance system does work well in this concept. By using technology-Hight Frequency Chest Wall Oscillation (HFCWO), it has an inflatable garment connected by a pair of Air Hoses to an Air Pulse Generator.
It provides an unusually consistent and easy to use therapy. The vest system drains mucus from the bronchial wall, dilutes and mobilizes secretions, and transports mucus from smaller airways to larger ones, where it can be removed by coughing or sputum aspiration.
1.Safe, stable consistent and easy to use therapy.
2. Easy to use, light-weight and transport comfortable.
3. Reduce Pulmonary infections, this works a loosen and thin mucus and move it smaller airways toward the larger airways, where it can be cleared by coughing and suctioning.
4. Pressure, time and modes adjustable , work automatically and efficiently.
5. Suitable with interface of facemask, mouthpiece, tracheal intubation, laryngeal mask,etc.
The HINOR Air way clearance device has been demonstrated to benefit patients in the removal of retained secretions due to both acute and chronic respiratory conditions:
1. Atelectasis, pulmonary infiltrates or pneumonia
2. Aspiration lung injury
3. Mechanical ventilation
4. Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)
5. Acute lung injury (ALI)
6. Acute respiratory failure (ARF)
7. Pulmonary insufficiency following trauma or surgery
8. Cystic Fibrosis (CF)
9. Chronics Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
10. Post-Lung Transplant
11. Spinal Injury/Qusdriplegi