ProSoft Hi-VNI Nasal Cannulas2020-01-21T13:47:18-05:00

Clearly Comfortable

Reliably Mask-Free

The ProSoft® series of Hi-VNI® nasal cannulas offers a soft, safe, and reliable alternative for a wide patient acuity range.

Unlike commodity high flow oxygen devices (HFNC), Hi-VNI Technology is FDA cleared for use in with both type 1 and type 2 respiratory distress patients, including high acuity hypercapnic patients.

small bore nasal cannula

Vapotherm’s small bore cannula was designed with high velocity in mind

A smaller diameter cannula increases velocity to more efficiently flush CO2 at lower and more comfortable flows.
Learn Why Cannula Size Matters

A variety of sizes ensures
the perfect fit for your patients

8 sizes are available from neonate to adult long with 4 inches of added lariat length to improve fit and comfort for larger patients. Each size is clearly color-coded for fast identification. No proprietary adhesive support is required.

Soft on patient skin

Pressure ulcers occur in 70% of patients receiving 48 hours of ventilation.1 Nasal cannulas have up to a 47% incident rate of pressure ulcers.2 Soft cannulas have been shown to reduce pressure ulcers.3

Color-coded
for easy selection

Quickly identify the right cannula for your patient.



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Prosoft Hi-VNI Nasal Cannulas are not available in all markets. Consult your Vapotherm representative for more information.

  1. Gregoretti et al. Evaluation of patient skin breakdown and comfort with a new face mask for non-invasive ventilation: a multi-center study. Inten Care Med 2002; 28:278-284.
  2. Black J, Kalowes P. Medical Device-Related Pressure Ulcers. Chronic Wound Care Management and Research Volume 3; 29 August 2016 Volume 2016:3 Pages 91—99.
  3. Lukose, Molykutty et al. No More Sore Ears: Nasal Cannula Related Pressure Ulcers Down to Zero. WOCN Society’s 49th Annual Conference, 2017.
  4. Doshi, Pratik et al. High-Velocity Nasal Insufflation in the Treatment of Respiratory Failure: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2018.