New technology from Hill-Rom Holdings is designed to more easily clear airways for patients with cystic fibrosis, and let clinicians know at a distance how patients are responding to treatment.
The product, called the VisiVest System, uses high-frequency chest-wall oscillation, which helps to clear mucus from lung airways. It comes with wireless connectivity from Qualcomm that sends data to a portal from Razorfish that displays data trends to clinicians via a dashboard.
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