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Restoring Life Out of Thin Air

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Introducing the OFF-VENT:
AI-driven High Flow Nasal Cannula

The future of respiratory care is here with the OFF-VENT

An AI-powered high flow nasal pillow interface that:

  • Amplifies and regulates the dynamic airway pressure from the high flows


  • Is compatible with any care location, working with or without high flow delivery systems

Multiple patents pending

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Overcoming Respiratory Obstruction

High Flow Oxygen Therapy

Benefits Over Conventional Oxygen Therapy


High flow oxygen therapy is a superior form of O2 therapy that uses higher flows to wash out dead space (areas of the airway inefficient at gas exchange), and create dynamic airway pressure to slow down breathing for better gas exchange. 

  • 80% reduction of the need for non-invasive ventilation. [14]

  • 66% reduction of oxygen desaturation. [14]

  • 80% reduction of the need for reintubation.  [14]

High Flow Oxygen Therapy (HFOT)

  • The OFF-VENT (Offloading Venturi Entrainment for Non-invasive Therapy)

  • AI-powered nasal pillow uses Venturi principle to enable HFOT

  • Proprietary passageway amplifies and regulates the airway pressure

  • Modular connectors make it compatible with any delivery system

  • Synergistic with mask platform for higher oxygen and nebulized medication delivery


Breath of Life: Seizing the Opportunity for Optimal Respiratory Care

A recent trend in respiratory therapy is the increased adoption of High Flow Oxygen Therapy (HFOT) and Non-invasive ventilation following their efficacy during the Covid-19 pandemic.

These solutions typically need expensive equipment like ventilators and active heating humidifiers

Non-Operating Room Anesthesia (NORA) cases occur in environments without the same kinds of equipment, personnel, and support as the OR

NORA cases are expected to grow to more than 50% of anesthesia cases in the near future.

Increasing anesthesia involvement due to increased demand for deep sedation to aid completion of cases and patient satisfaction.

Most common are gastroenterology, interventional radiology, cardiac catheterization lab.

34 million gastroenterology cases per year and growing.

High demand for a cost effective device that delivers HFOT and/or Non-invasive ventilation functionality without the need for expensive equipment


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