Philips Respironics showcased its latest portfolio of sleep-disordered breathing and respiratory solutions September 26 to 29 at the European Respiratory Society (ERS) International Congress 2015 in Amsterdam. The following new sleep-disordered breathing solutions were on display during ERS 2015.

  • Dream Family: The new, full integrated, patient-centric sleep therapy solution from Philips featuring a connected PAP therapy device, complementary mask line, and engagement tools to improve care for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) patients. The Dream Family integrated solution includes the DreamStation PAP device, DreamWear mask, and DreamMapper personalized coaching tool. The Dream Family, which will become available to patients and care teams in select countries after October 2015, is designed to engage patients in natural, comfortable, and effective sleep therapy while seamlessly connecting them to their care teams for optimal therapy management.
  • Amara View: A minimal contact, full-face mask, the under-the-nose design of Amara View prevents red marks, discomfort, and irritation on the bridge of the nose. It also a wide field of vision.

“As a leader in sleep apnea treatment innovation, Philips continuously aims to expand its CPAP mask offerings with an emphasis on patient comfort,” says Mark D’Angelo, sleep business leader of Philips, in a release. “By addressing patient concerns, like limited mobility and mask-related irritation, we can provide patients with more personalized options to help them adapt to and stick with their OSA treatment, and get the sleep they deserve.”