This is what our company does: Using patented membrane transfer technology to saturate a stream of air and/or oxygen, the system is able to generate a high flow of warm vapor. This warm humid gas is administered to the patient via nasal cannula, resulting in the delivery of the maximum amount of humidity deep into the patient's airway with minimal condensation or dilution with room air. Unlike conventional devices, the system can provide flows up to 40 liters per minute through small tubes, eliminating masks or other less desirable delivery methods. These attributes--high flow, vapor humidity and warmth-- permits potential treatment applications in a broad range of chronic lung diseases and airway inflammations as well as other, non-respiratory indications.
This will be used to display the new type of nasal cannula that we have coming out to the market. So the illustrations will be in product briefs, mailings to distributors, and info packets that go out to customers. These are mainly Doctors, Respiratory Therapists, and Medical Equipment Distribution Companies.
What we would like to have displayed is the cannula itself in a more 3 dimensional form. As well as a cross section at the nares (prongs that enter the nose) that shows the path of the gas flow down the tube then turning up into the prongs and out. The difference with this as opposed to other cannulas is that with ours the gas only flows down one side of the tubing then into the area where the prongs are and out. Most cannuals the gas flows down both sides, ours travels down the left side only. The other cannula is called the SOLO and that only has one prong. An interesting or creative way to display that would be great. Again these are just clear plastic tubing so any way to make them exciting outside of fulfilling the general requirements of a practical display would be appreciated. The colors and parts described in the .jpg's do not need to be followed.
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