Biphasic Cuirass Ventilation and ALS – Your First Choice May 17, 2018

Biphasic Cuirass Ventilation, or better known as BCV, improves the quality of life for those diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS. According to a recent case report, “…BCV was initiated upon diagnosis of ALS improving the patient’s tidal volume, decrease in respiratory rate, improved comfort and tolerance.”(1)    …

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Infographic: 5 Reasons To Choose BCV January 26, 2018

complete ventilation, prevent infections, no tracheostomy, no mask, hfcwo, high-frequency chest wall oscillation, cough option

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What Is The Best Form of Ventilation for YOU? October 11, 2017

Complete ventilation, HFCWO, Cough option, respiratory care, respiratory solution, manage symptoms of respiratory conditions, respiratory disorders, respiratory diseases, neuromuscular conditions

Did you know early complications of a tracheostomy, such as bleeding and infections of the surgical site, can occur in up to 32% of patients? Often a tracheostomy is recommended when prolonged ventilatory support is required.  

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Another First in Texas – New life-saving technology saves child May 4, 2010

United Hayek RTX Biphasic Cuirass Ventilator saves Lubbock, Texas child with Prune Belly.

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A Medical First in Buffalo – Cuirass Ventilator November 19, 2008

Use of the first Hayek RTX in the United States, news report on dramatic Cystic Fibrosis recovery using the Hayek RTX Cuirass Ventilator.

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