AirLife® Respiratory Products
At CareFusion, we are dedicated to connecting clinicians with the highest quality consumable products that work either independently or in conjunction with our range of ventilators, including the AVEA®, EnVe® and VELA® ventilators.
AirLife® consumables along with a broad offering of products from our strategic partners enable us to offer customers a complete suite of respiratory products.
AirLife Bypass HME technology from CareFusion allows you to deliver aerosolized medication treatments without breaking the ventilator circuit. By maintaining a closed system, the AirLife Bypass HME technology allows for continuous ventilation and helps to protect your patients from lung derecruitment.
The AirLife Closed Suction System from CareFusion features the Verso adapter, the most versatile adapter for safe and simple access to your ventilated patient's airway.
Misty Finity nebulizers, from CareFusion, add to the benefits of continuous nebulization therapy with reliable, flexible and consistent performance.
The AirLife Misty Max 10 is an economical disposable nebulizer that effectively delivers treatment to a wide range of patients.
The quality, reliability and versatility of Bird Blenders have made them the blenders of choice for more than 30 years. CareFusion offers a diverse line of Bird Blenders to meet the needs of a variety of applications including options for MRI facilities, NICUs and transport.
Our AirLife Oxygen Disposables portfolio helps you meet of your patient’s needs through our comprehensive line of nasal cannulas, aerosol and oxygen masks, oxygen and corrugated tubing, as well as connectors and adapters.
Complementing the AirLife portfolio, Smiths Medical offers easy-to-use respiratory care products that help improve bronchial hygiene and overall airway health.
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