Home Ventilation Management2021-09-07T18:56:59+00:00

Continuous, noninvasive values that support optimized ventilation in a home care setting – asleep or awake.

Sentec transcutaneous technology offers continuous, noninvasive, accurate CO2 and SpO2 values without disrupting sleep quality or causing discomfort.

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Continuous, noninvasive values that support optimized ventilation in a home care setting – asleep or awake.

Sentec transcutaneous technology offers continuous, noninvasive, accurate CO2 and SpO2 values without disrupting sleep quality or causing discomfort.

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Continuous, noninvasive values that support optimized ventilation in a home care setting – asleep or awake.

Sentec transcutaneous technology offers continuous, noninvasive, accurate CO2 and SpO2 values without disrupting sleep quality or causing discomfort.

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Transcutaneous CO2 Means Better Data for Clinicians and Better Sleep for Patients

Better Rest at Home

Home initiation of chronic NIV has been shown to be non-inferior, safe, and more cost-effective than the hospital setting.

SpO2 is Only Part of the Picture

Abnormal CO2 values can be more common than abnormal SpO2 values in patients with sleep-disordered breathing.

Accuracy Regardless of Ventilation Strategy

tcPCO2 is not dependent on ventilation method, delivering accurate values for CPAP or NIV.

Efficient Treatment

Transcutaneous CO2 monitoring can facilitate more timely diagnoses and treatment of nocturnal hypoventilation.

TCM IN HOME VENTILATION

The Benefits of Continuous Noninvasive CO2 Monitoring during Home Ventilation

Continuously monitoring CO2 levels is important to assess nocturnal hypoventilation and the efficiency of alveolar ventilation. Transcutaneous monitoring is continuous, noninvasive, and can be done in the comfort of a patient’s home.

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TCM IN HOME VENTILATION

The Benefits of Continuous Noninvasive CO2 Monitoring during Home Ventilation

Continuously monitoring CO2 levels is important to assess nocturnal hypoventilation and the efficiency of alveolar ventilation. Transcutaneous monitoring is continuous, noninvasive, and can be done in the comfort of a patient’s home.

Learn More About Transcutaneous Monitoring
Benefits for Patients

Low temperatures and customized adhesion options protect skin integrity and enhance comfort.

Site times up to 12 hours allow patients to get a full night’s sleep without adjustment or interruption.

The monitor screen can be dimmed or completely darkened to ensure optimal sleeping conditions.

Benefits for Caregivers

Compact monitor design, long sensor cables, and 30 minutes of disconnection time allow for intuitive setup and use in the home environment.

Straightforward sensor attachment and simple workflows make the device easy to use and maintain.

Sentec’s suite of product support offerings enable immediate access to tutorials, videos, and contact information to help you get your questions answered quickly.

Benefits for Providers
Continuous, noninvasive CO2 values tightly correlated to PaCO2 regardless of ventilation strategy or V/Q mismatch.

Nocturnal transcutaneous CO2 monitoring assists with initiation of home mechanical ventilation, which is not only safe and effective, but cost-saving.

Source

Accurate titration, baselines, and monitoring enable more robust clinical decision-making.

EDUCATION

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EDUCATION

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Browse our educational resources related to caring for respiratory compromised patients in the home.

Browse All Home Ventilation Resources