Invasive ventilation is a mode of respiratory support that replaces spontaneous breathing in neonates and infants, with an artificial airway such as an endotracheal tube.
Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is a mode of noninvasive respiratory support that provides a continuous distending pressure throughout the respiratory cycle to spontaneously breathing patients.
NHF is a mode of noninvasive respiratory support that delivers high flows of blended air and oxygen through a nasal cannula.
There is a body of evidence supporting the use of both CPAP and NHF in the NICU. Learn how you can use both therapies to provide the best care possible to neonates.
Delivering respiratory support for spontaneously breathing patients
Full face masks designed for comfort and care
Providing Optimal Humidity for intubated patients
Establish effective spontaneous breathing or assist ventilation of the lungs
Respiratory support that replaces spontaneous breathing
Noninvasive respiratory support that provides a continuous distending pressure
Noninvasive respiratory support that delivers high flows of blended air and oxygen
Designed to work in harmony with the way patients naturally breathe while they sleep
F&P SleepStyle - designed to strike the balance between comfort and effective treatment