Choose an effective, convenient, and comfortable airway clearance therapy with the SmartVest Airway Clearance System.
The system works by delivering rapidly repeating pulses of air that squeeze and release the upper body, known as high frequency chest wall oscillation, or “HFCWO.”
These gentle, yet powerful “mini coughs” loosen, thin, and propel mucus towards major airways where it can be more readily coughed out or suctioned away.
I use [SmartVest] two times a day and what a life saver this is for me.
The SmartVest SQL system is thoughtfully designed to make therapy easier and more comfortable with superior garment pressure relief, which may lead to a more comfortable treatment.1
Overall the quietest HFCWO generator in the current market, the SmartVest SQL system is about as quiet as moderate rainfall.
SmartVest SQL delivers a greater percent decompression than other HFCWO devices, which allows users to breathe easier during vest therapy and experience a more comfortable treatment.
The lightest HFCWO generator on the market, the SmartVest SQL weighs less than 16 pounds – about as much as two gallons of milk.
SmartVest delivers HFCWO therapy that’s uniquely yours with more than 200 style, color, and fit combinations.
SmartVest is an answer to our prayers.
I’ve been using mine since the beginning of this year, it sure helps!
SmartVest SQL with SmartVest Connect wireless technology makes it easy to track vest therapy performance and provides collaboration between patient and healthcare professionals in treatment decisions.
Wireless technology made easy: just plug it in. No extra cords or modules; it works out of the box.
Notes make it quick and easy to communicate with your healthcare team about your therapy.
Easy-to-read goal reports provide you and your healthcare team an in-depth look at performance.
Get an inside perspective on how SmartVest supports your body’s natural processes through a comfortable and easy-to-use airway clearance therapy.
1. Comparison of Oscillatory Trough Pressures Generated by High Frequency Chest Wall Oscillation (HFCWO) Systems: A White Paper