Pressure-pulsation home-use device for managing COPD
This article was originally published in Start Up
Respinova Ltd. has developed a noninvasive home-use device to help patients manage COPD’s debilitating symptoms. The PulseHaler is similar to continuous positive airway pressure devices used for sleep apnea, but it is designed to treat the very small terminal airways that are blocked as a result of COPD.
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