Non-Invasive Ventilation

Close-up of a CPAP mask

Non-Invasive Ventilation helps patients with chronic respiratory diseases breathe easier.

Bilevel Non-Invasive Ventilation

Bilevel non-invasive ventilation is the preferred method to help patients with severe, chronic lung diseases to stay out of the hospital and enjoy a better quality of life at home.

Patient and Nurse making heart symbol with their hands.

Types of Conditions that can be Treated with Non-Invasive Ventilation

  • Obstructive sleep apnea
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD)
  • Chronic respiratory failure
  • Neuromuscular diseases
  • Thoracic restrictive diseases
  • Acute respiratory failure
  • Obesity hypoventilation syndrome
  • Pneumonia
  • Poor breathing after surgery

Recent Strides

Non-invasive ventilation is an integral tool in the management of chronic respiratory conditions.

How is it Used?

Non-invasive ventilation is a form of breathing support that can be applied with a mouthpiece or mask. It’s indicated for a number of respiratory conditions, including those that cause chronic respiratory failure. While non-invasive ventilation won’t cure a patient’s underlying disease, it can provide support until the condition is treated using other means.

Today, non-invasive therapies are often used to help patients enjoy a better quality of life by keeping them out of the hospital. Recent advancements in non-invasive ventilation allow for more portability, better leak tolerance, self-adjusting features, additional ventilation modes, and improved sensors.

At Owens, we offer high-quality, durable equipment to meet you, your loved one’s or your patient’s needs. Contact us to learn more about the non-invasive ventilation services we offer.

Older couple hiking

Schedule an appointment with a Respiratory Therapist?

Book an appointment today by contacting your local Owens location.

Schedule Now
Child using a non-invasive ventilation device while sleeping.