The bubble CPAP has been around for decades. We are testing new systems for low income countries. Picture from WHO Born too soon.
We have tested more than 20 CPAP systems and ventilators in our flow simulation lab.
This clinical trial investigated leakage between infants and interfaces during CPAP
Our randomised trial compared rPAP and T-piece in extremely preterm infants. There was a reduction in DR intubations and results published 2021.
We invented and developed a new system for neonatal resuscitation. This is the first new resuscitation system in decades.
We are currently working with the next generation of CPAP and has tested prototypes from both the industry and academic groups.
We have been working on techniques for measuring leakage and breathing. Flow through CPAP measurement were used in the ToNIL trial.
We have worked with in-vitro nebulisation of drugs using Tc99m and filters combined with airway models.
The Infant Flow is still the most pressure stable CPAP system. Together with KTH we have investigated how it works using CFD.
Together with our Australian colleagues and KTH Stockholm we have looked at neonatal exhalation.