Low-income bCPAP

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.


Our third clinical trial looks at the leakage between patient and interface. 


Our second randomised trial comparing rPAP and T-piece in preterm infants. This multicenter trial recruits in five countries. 


We invented and developed a new system for neonatal resuscitation. This is the first new resuscitation system in decades.

New CPAP systems

We are currently working with the next generation of CPAP.

Measuring Leakage and breathing

We have been working on techniques for measuring leakage and breathing. Flow through CPAP measurement are used in the ToNIL trial.

Nebulisation of Surfactant

Nebulisation of surfactant has been the attempted for years. With rPAP we have acceptable delivery in experiments.

Computational Fluid Dynamics

The Infant Flow is still the most pressure stable CPAP system. Together with KTH we are investigating how it works using CFD.

Inadvertent PEEP

Together with our Australian colleagues and KTH Stockholm we are having a closer look at neonatal exhalation.