Letting Children be Children

While the advantages of early mobility in critical care are widely acknowledged[1] , its profound impact on patient mental well-being is equally significant. Hear from this Paediatric team at Freeman Hospital, Newcastle, UK, as they share their experience on how much Vapotherm’s mobility solution positively impacts their patients and their families.

Vapotherm does not practice medicine or provide medical services or advice, any clinical recommendations provided herein are solely those of the speaker. Practitioners should refer to the full indications for use and operating instructions of any products referenced before use. New Castle Pediatrics is not compensated by Vapotherm. Results from case studies are not necessarily predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.  

The ability of young patients to move and engage in physical activity plays a crucial role in achieving positive clinical results. HVT 2.0 allows you to seamlessly maintain therapy while children play, walk, or during transfer – wherever and whenever it’s required within the hospital setting! 

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SOURCES:
1. Zhang L, Hu W, Cai Z et. al. Early mobilization of critically ill patients in the intensive care unit: A systematic review and meta-analysis. PLoS One. 2019 Oct 3;14(10):e0223185. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0223185. PMID: 31581205; PMCID: PMC6776357.
 
CAUTION: US Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. Indications, contraindications, warnings, and instructions for use can be found in the product labelling supplied with each device or at https://vapotherm.com/resources/support/precision-flow-reference/.  For spontaneously breathing patients. High Velocity Therapy (HVT) does not provide total ventilatory requirements of the patient. It is not a ventilator. Decisions surrounding patient care depend on the physician’s professional judgment in consideration of all available information for the individual case, including escalation of care depending on patient condition.