Restrictive Lung Disease Care
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Treating restrictive
lung disease
at home

Rising healthcare costs are driving medical facilities to transition patients more quickly from hospital to home. Penalties for hospital readmissions are driving the need for better home care.

The good news is, moving patients from hospital to home can have a profound positive impact on a patient’s state of mind and state of health.

Solutions that make ventilation less invasive and more versatile can further improve the quality of life and health. That’s why we’re pursuing ideas that can help patients get greater clinical benefit while enjoying more flexibility at home.


Get information about our home ventilation solutions.


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restrictive lung disease

Bringing healthcare home  

home ventilation

“If Levi or patients similar to him didn’t have that [home ventilation solution] … they are stuck then in a holding pattern at the hospital.”

David Hustvet, Director, Respiratory Service, Pediatric Home Service, Minneapolis, MN

mouthpiece ventilation

Dr. John R. Bach discusses managing respiratory patients with non-invasive versus invasive treatments.

effective cough with coughassist

Dr. John R. Bach discusses how to achieve effective coughing utilizing our CoughAssist device.  

Philips Respironics ventilation promise program

Our Ventilation Promise Program helps support the changing needs of home ventilation patients.

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