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These include, for example, inhalers, respirators, oxygen units, suction units and respiratory training devices to improve breathing and the cannulas, as well as providing protection for artificial openings of the trachea (tracheostomy).

These assistive products can:

  • Pre-treat surrounding air (warming or cooling)
  • Administer medication by inhalation
  • Provide artificial respiration
  • Provide concentrated oxygen
  • Position people so they can breathe well
  • Train and measure breathing
  • Enable breathing through an artificial opening of the trachea

Subsections of: Respiration and tracheostomy aids