Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV)

Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV)

Guardian Sleep Medical provides non-invasive ventilation for patients with chronic respiratory failure, severe neuromuscular disorders, or severe restrictive thoracic disorders. NIV treatment will help eliminate hospitalization for breathing related episodes and can increase a patient’s active lifestyle.

We Recommend Two Products For NIV Therapy

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Astral™ 150

At only 7 lbs, Astral is lighter than the market-leading life support ventilator. Quickly switch between mouthpiece or mask ventilation without changing adapters. Switch programs with just a few buttons. Also has the capability to alarm notify caregivers and healthcare providers when a potential issue arises. The Astral is user-friendly with a menu and touch-screen that has big buttons features that make it easy to operate.

When Astral is paired with the ResMed Connectivity Module (RCM), wireless connectivity is enabled, allowing your key therapy data to be transmitted directly from Astral to the ResMed secure, cloud-based management system, AirView. Allowing for your physician and equipment provider to monitor your therapy and key data for early intervention

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Respironics Trilogy 202

 Offers features to treat chronic and critical patients in a variety of settings, such as sub-acute or chronic care environments, a patient’s home or during their activities. It’s designed specifically with durability in mind to protect it against damage during travel, such as during medical transport. Supported by internal and detachable batteries, now with 15-hour battery life.

Trilogy Evo uses Bluetooth to send you patient and device data through Care Orchestrator, our cloud-based tool. This solution is designed to unite the technologies, resources, people and information essential to manage your respiratory patients. With Care Orchestrator, you have the power to create custom health rules based on your best practices and proven processes. You can also download data at the point of care through a USB driv

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