Complex Emergency Departments deserve
one simple respiratory solution
Hi-VNI® Technology is a tool for the signs and symptoms of undifferentiated respiratory distress in the emergency department.
and CO2 ventilation efficiency
Shown to be as effective
as other forms of NIV
Optimally conditioned gas
promotes airway health
Treat a wide range of patients with Hi-VNI Technology
Manage many patients experiencing the signs and symptoms of respiratory distress who would normally be treated with non-invasive positive pressure ventilation (NIPPV) and basic high flow nasal cannula all using one advanced respiratory support tool.
How Hi-VNI Works
Improve patient flow with
greater options for disposition
Patients on Vapotherm Hi-VNI Technology can safely be managed on the floor or step-down unit. With greater options for disposition, you could improve patient flow through your emergency department resulting in:
- Faster throughput
- Shorter wait times
- Less stress on you
Patients intolerant to NIPPV (e.g. BiPAP®) may not receive adequate therapy and some NIPPV intolerant patients may require escalation to sedation and intubation. With Hi-VNI Technology, you can manage many of these patients with the comfort of a simple nasal cannula interface.
Read a case study of NIPPV intolerance
Deliver therapy in
3 easy steps
- Spike the water bag
- Choose your therapy settings
- Place the cannula on the patient
Reduces Work of Breathing
& Accessory Muscle Use
& Provides Oxygenation Support
& Provides Ventilatory Support
Transfer patients while
providing continuous therapy
Medical-grade battery can last up to 60 minutes
Smart manifold for easy transitions from tank to wall gases
Heavy duty roll stand for transferability
Ready to get started?
We’ll take care of all the details, deliver your equipment,
and personally assemble it.
Meet your local clinical manager.
A Respiratory Therapist with experience using Vapotherm technology will spend several days on site to assist with staff training and patient selection.
Get an on-site demonstration