Making ventilation livABLE

Don’t let ventilation needs limit your day. The Life2000™ Ventilation System may help you:

  • Enjoy activities inside and outside your home and live with greater freedom
  • Reduce shortness of breath, fatigue, and discomfort
  • Breathe easier with less effort

Featuring a lightweight, wearable ventilator, it goes where you go, throughout the day and night.

Stationary: inside the home

Wearable: inside the home

Wearable: outside the home

Wearable ventilation has helped many gain back their freedom and resume their daily activities – Read their stories

WearABLE for true mobility

Several unique features help optimize mobility, comfort, and quality of life:

  • One-pound detachable ventilator is easy to use and can be secured to a belt, waistband, or cylinder cart with the optional belt clip or pole mount
  • Thin, up-to-50-foot tubing for easy mobility
  • Three activity settings: rest, moderate activity, and exercise

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  • The comfortable and discreet Breathe Pillows Interface™ lets you talk while in use
  • Rechargeable ventilator battery lasts up to four hours of normal use

With multiple configurations, you have choices both indoors or while you’re on the go. The wearable ventilator undocks from the stationary compressor and can be used inside the home or worn outside the home with an alternate pressure source for independent mobility.

Wearable ventilation has helped many gain back their freedom and resume their daily activities – Read their stories

Is it right for me?

The Life2000™ Ventilation System is cleared by the FDA to provide ventilatory support for individuals who require mechanical ventilation. The Life2000™ Ventilation System can help people living with respiratory insufficiency that may result from conditions such as:

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Neuromuscular conditions such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
  • Restrictive Thoracic Disorders

Ask your doctor

Ask your doctor about the Life2000™ Ventilation System if you have respiratory insufficiency and answer “yes” to any of the following questions:

  • Are you using supplemental oxygen and still feel a shortness of breath?
  • Have you recently had to visit the emergency room or been admitted to the hospital due to respiratory issues?
  • Have you recently had abnormal results from a pulmonary function test or arterial blood gas test?

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