ResMed's paediatric ventilation solution

ResMed’s paediatric noninvasive ventilation (NIV) solution is designed with the comfort and compliance of young patients in mind, giving their caregivers and families peace of mind.

Pixi™ mask: Just for children

Pixi is not merely a scaled-down adult sized mask that is used for children. It is designed especially for them, taking into account the bone structure, facial characteristics and skin sensitivity of children, aged 2 years and over.

Every feature of the Pixi mask is carefully considered to address and improve therapy comfort, acceptance and overall experience for both the child and their caregiver - from the single-wall, thin silicone cushion and special headgear with three points of adjustment to the spring-flex lightweight tubing, optional port and quick-release latch.

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Ventilation options to meet the needs of your paediatric patients

ResMed's S9 VPAP ST-A and the Astral Series of respiratory support ventilators are all suitable for paediatric patients in the hospital or at home. Learn more about the technologies in our ventilators.

Ventilation accessories for paediatric patients

ResMed’s external battery gives children extra mobility and freedom during NIV therapy, especially if they are in a wheelchair. ResMed’s RPS II can be used with Stellar ventilators when mains power is not available, and as backup power in case of power outages.

Addressing the compliance barriers associated with treatment

In addition to the functional user guide, we've also created a parent guide especially for caregivers. Using tips and techniques from clinical specialists, the reassuring parent guide helps empower parents who are new to therapy and support them on their child's journey.

To help children become accustomed to therapy we have created “The Magical Mask," picture book to share with children that tells the story of a little girl who also needs to wear the mask every night and the magical powers it provides.

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