Optiflow is at the forefront of its field, featuring in hundreds of publications in journals such as NEJM and JAMA.
Used as a first-line treatment across the care continuum, Optiflow may reduce patient escalation resulting in better clinical outcomes.
Hundreds of randomized controlled trials have been consolidated into clinical practice guidelines.
These guidelines underscore the breadth of application of nasal high flow therapy.
We’ve created a table that will help you review the guidelines by patient population and application.
Explore our regularly updated, frequently asked questions about:
1. implementing Optiflow high-flow therapy.
2. the science of high-flow therapy, including the mechanisms of action and patient outcomes.
Hundreds of publications per year are being consolidated into practice guidelines and revealing insights into new applications.
Flow Matters keeps you up-to-date with this ever-evolving field of research.
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Find clinical evidence and practice guidelines for delivering nasal high flow (aka HFNC) therapy.
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