james1st November 20202 Comments
Would these devices be appropriate for people with severe sleep apnea which cannot be effectively controlled with a BiPAP device? I imagine that they would not available now while being tested. They would probably be very expensive, also. Are you doing any trials in the United States?
Thank you for your interest in Exovent.
There are many reasons for sleep apnea. It may be possible that this device may benefit some forms of sleep apnea such as central sleep apnea. It is less likely to help with obstructive sleep apnea.
The device will be available in Europe by the end of 2022 and is initially designed for hospital use. The intent is for there to be further developments for devices which are more affordable and available for home use.
We are focusing on Europe prior to release in the USA. Breath Global who are a US-Canadian organisation are developing a negative pressure device called Venti focussing on the US and Canada.
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