Airvo 2 
Optiflow nasal high flow therapy
Respiratory support across the hospital


Designed to treat patients across the hospital

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. 

Download the Airvo 2 features brochure 

Airvo-Optiflow system 

  1. Airvo 2 nasal high flow system. 
  2. AirSpiral heated breathing tube & chamber kit. Airspiral kit with neb option. New
  3. Optiflow interfaces for adult and peadiatric applications, including cannula, tracheostomy and mask adapter options.
  4. Hospital stand.

Optiflow interface options

For high-flow therapy, you need a comfortable interface that stays in place to ensure continuity of treatment. 

Our latest NHF interface

Optiflow 3S
Nasal Interface

57% more stable*, less pressure*, side swappable.

Nasal Interface

Simple to fit, soft and secure.

Optiflow+ Tracheostomy Interface

Optimal humidification for a bypassed airway.

Optiflow Junior 2 Nasal Interface

Designed for neonates, infants, and children.

* When compared to other F&P interfaces, based on internal Fisher & Paykel Healthcare testing (2017).

New product

Airvo Neb

Nebulize without interruption to therapy

No need to hold the adapter while delivering neb treatments.


Instructional videos and downloads

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