Nasal Cannulas

NASAL HIGH-FLOW OXYGEN THERAPY

Nasal Cannulas

Nasal oxygen insufflation is a young, non-invasive form of therapy for clinical use in children and adults. With nasal oxygen insufflation, heated breathing gas is administered at a high flow rate through specially designed nasal cannulas. This form of oxygen delivery is called Nasal High-Flow Oxygen Therapy (NHFOT).

Nasal cannulas specifically designed for nasal high-flow oxygen therapy reduce anatomical dead space, increase alveolar oxygen concentration, improve oxygenation and facilitate breathing while reducing FiO2. All advantages of the NHFOT at a glance:

Advantages:

Flow rates up to 60 L/min
Optimally conditioned breathing gas
Low PAP
Reduced dead space in the nasopharynx
Improved patient comfort, compliance and oxygenation
Reduction of CO2
Allows drinking, eating, talking and sleeping

Application:

Acute hypoxemic respiratory failure
Asthma
Cardiogenic pulmonary edema
Pneumonia
Carbon monoxide poisoning
Respiratory distress syndrome after extubation
Non-intubable (DNI)
After cardiac surgery

WILAmed offers a wide range of nasal cannulae for use in nasal high-flow oxygen therapy: from low flow rates when ventilating the smallest patients to very high flow rates for adults.

Nasal cannulas for NHFOT

WILAhiflow Mini

Patient groupChildren
Flow rateSize S: max 8 l/min; Size M: max. 20 l/min; SizeL: max. 25 l/min
Operating temperature+18°C to +26°C (+64°F to +79°F)
Oxygen concentration100% at a flow rate up to 25 L/min
ConnectorConical connector 22/15 mm (ISO 5356-1)

WILAhiflow Maxi

Patient groupAdults
Flow rate≤ 60 L/min
Operating temperature+18°C to +35 °C (+64°F to +95°F)
Oxygen concentration100% at a flow rate up to 60 L/min
ConnectorConical connector 22/15 mm (ISO 5356-1)

Product information

PRODUCT INFO SHEET

WILAhiflow Mini

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PRODUCT INFO SHEET

WILAhiflow Maxi

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