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Masimo, Royal Philips re-up partnership


AMSTERDAM & IRVINE, Calif. – Masimo and Royal Philips have reinforced their partnership whereby Philips integrates additional Masimo measurement technologies into select IntelliVue MX-series multi-parameter monitors to help clinicians assess cerebral oximetry and ventilation status.

Philips study re-examines ASV


MURRYSVILLE, Pa. – Adaptive servo ventilation is an effective treatment for patients with complex sleep apnea, according to a new study from Royal Philips.

DreamWear mask hits mark


AMSTERDAM – Royal Philips has sold its 10 millionth DreamWear CPAP mask and cushion. The mask, which features a modular frame system that works interchangeably with nasal, pillow and full-face cushions, launched three years ago.

Royal Philips broadens sleep portfolio


LAS VEGAS and AMSTERDAM – Royal Philips has expanded its SmartSleep suite of solutions in America. The product portfolio aims to offer consumers with solutions that can address a wide range of sleep issues from insomnia to snoring, according to a press release.

Philips marks COPD ‘wins’


AMSTERDAM – Royal Philips has launched a global awareness campaign to celebrate everyday wins by COPD patients and their providers and caregivers.

Philips helps providers ‘break cycle’ with connected vent


AMSTERDAM – Royal Philips has made its wirelessly connected Trilogy family of portable ventilators commercially available in North America.

Philips shifts workers


MURRYSVILLE, Pa. – Royal Philips has relocated more than 100 employees to a new 14,000-square-foot space in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood, where they are closer to universities, medical centers, research partners and innovation leaders, the company announced in a press release.

CPAP manufacturers go small to go big

ResMed, Philips seek to unlock ‘pent-up demand’ for travel devices

SAN DIEGO and AMSTERDAM – By launching travel CPAPs within weeks of each other in April, the two biggest names in sleep therapy, ResMed and Royal Philips, have started a race to grow a market for the devices.

In brief: AAHomecare increases pressure, Cardinal expands homecare presence


WASHINGTON – AAHomecare is asking lawmakers for relief from a “double-dip” oxygen cut in the 2017 Medicare fee schedule for stationary oxygen.

Philips says its Trilogy 100 saves big money


AMSTERDAM – Royal Philips says its new Trilogy 100 non-invasive ventilator can reduce hospital readmissions for COPD patients, compared to patients not using NIV or using less advanced NIV therapy, following discharge.