A wide flow range (2 - 60 L/min) facilitates the treatment of a broad patient group in a variety of hospital areas staffed by many types of clinicians.
Nasal high flow therapy (NHF) is recommended in several clinical applications among recently published clinical practice guidelines.
A review of the studies referenced by the clinical practice guidelines showed that the majority of the studies used flows of ≥ 45 L/min, i.e., flow rate matters.
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For high-flow therapy, you need a comfortable interface that stays in place to ensure continuity of treatment.
* When compared to other F&P interfaces, based on internal Fisher & Paykel Healthcare testing (2017).
There’s no need to hold the adapter while delivering neb treatments.
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Find clinical evidence and practice guidelines for delivering nasal high flow (aka HFNC) therapy.
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