Chest wall disorders

Chest wall disorders are a group of thoracic deformities that result in inefficient coupling between the respiratory muscles and the thoracic cage. The disorders are usually characterized by a restrictive defect and have the shared potential to cause long term hypercapnic respiratory failure.

What are chest wall disorders?

Chest wall disorders are a group of thoracic deformities that result in inefficient coupling between the respiratory muscles and the thoracic cage.

Treating respiratory failure

Treating a patient with respiratory failure associated with a chest wall disorder can help alleviate some of the symptoms of poor respiration.

Treating respiratory failure

Treating respiratory failure

Treating a patient with respiratory failure associated with a chest wall disorder can help alleviate some of the symptoms of poor respiration.

Patient outcomes

Patient outcomes

Learn how NIV may help improve the lives of patients with chest wall disorders.

Getting the most out of ventilation therapy

iVAPS technology can help patients with a chest wall disorder get the most out of ventilation therapy.

Getting the most out of ventilation therapy

Getting the most out of ventilation therapy

iVAPS technology can help patients with a chest wall disorder get the most out of ventilation therapy.

Equipment replacement

Equipment replacement

Educate patients on the importance of timely equipment replacement and how critical it is to the success of their sleep apnea therapy.