Lungpacer empowers
natural breathing

Breakthrough technology designed to help patients
wean off a ventilator and breathe on their own.

Without a strong diaphragm it is impossible to breathe independently

Artificial breathing support from a ventilator may weaken the diaphragm muscle more than 50% in less than one day making it difficult to regain independent breathing.

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Lungpacer ® is designed as a personal trainer for the diaphragm muscle

Lungpacer’s AeroPace™ system is designed to stimulate the nerves that activate the diaphragm with repetitive exercises for 10-20 minutes twice per day to rebuild diaphragm strength and empower natural, independent breathing.

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The intended benefits of Lungpacer

Wean off a
ventilator faster

Minimize
ventilator trauma

Save cost
and time

Greater Chance
of Survival

The intended benefits of Lungpacer

Wean off a
ventilator faster

Minimize
ventilator trauma

Save cost
and time

Greater Chance
of Survival

Outcomes from a previous clinical study showed

Lungpacer strengthened the diaphragm and improved lung function

200 %
Stronger
Diaphragm (MIP)
100 %
Improved
Lung Function (RSBI)

Positive trending clinical outcomes

%
Increase in
Ventilator Weaning
%
Greater
Survival
&nbspDays
Less on a Ventilator

These results from a randomized, controlled trial compared patients treated with Lungpacer therapy to patients treated with the standard of care. The rate of serious adverse events was the same between both groups.

Lungpacer researchss

10
Scientific
Presentations
5
Peer Reviewed
Publications
10
Patients
Studied

Learn more about results trends from more than five years of Lungpacer research.

Lungpacer therapy provides an exciting potential
solution that may help many mechanically ventilated patients
return to natural breathing more quickly.

Dr. Joseph Shrager, MD - Stanford University School of Medicine
MD - Stanford Health Care

Lungpacer AeroPace™ System

For patients unable to breathe on their own, the AeroPace therapy provides repetitive exercises to rebuild diaphragm muscle strength critical to healthy breathing.

How we breathe

The diaphragm muscle is the
source of natural breathing.

Company overview

Trusted team of respiratory and
engineering experts

Lungpacer AeroPace™ System

For patients unable to breathe on their own, the AeroPace therapy is designed to provide repetitive exercises, to rebuild diaphragm muscle strength critical to healthy breathing.