[English] Telemonitoring Non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) Patients: Improving Clinical and Economic Outcomes

Full Video with English subtitle

Moderated by: Prof. Dr. med. Michael Dreher

MD (GER) Professor of Medicine / Pneumology, Head of Department of Pneumology and Intensive Care Medicine, University Hospital Aachen



Dr Chris Carlin

MBBS, PhD.Med (UK)

Consultant Physician and NRS Senior Investigator in Sleep and Respiratory Medicine, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde


Dr Marieke Duiverman

MD, PhD (NL)

Pulmonary Physician and Researcher in Home Mechanical Ventilation Department, University Medical Center Groningen


Dr Chan Yeow


Senior Consultant in Department of Anaesthesiology, and Director of Home Ventilation and Respiratory Support Service, Tan Tock Seng Hospital


Prof. Christophe Schöebel


Head of Center for Sleep Medicine, Professor for Sleep- and Telemedicine, University Medicine Essen


NIV services in Germany and the development of telemonitoring services

Home Ventilation Services in Singapore

Clinical utility of telemonitoring for home NIV in the NHS Glasgow service (chronic hypoventilation syndromes)

NIV Economic viability of setting up NIV at home using telemonitoring

Practical set-up with your hospital home service


In the first part of this session (minutes 0:00 – 8:51), Karen Schofield, a Key Account Manager at ResMed and former Sleep Physiology Team Leader at Queen Victoria Hospital, draws on her own clinical experience to present the key features of AirView and myAir, and drills down into the benefits they offer in supporting long-term adherence and patient treatment management.

The second half (minutes 8:51 – 17:23) features Greg Sheen, a Solution Consultant at ResMed. Greg takes viewers on a journey through AirView with an exciting product demonstration which showcases the platform’s functionalities and how they can help streamline and optimize SDB patient management.

Finally, in the last section (minutes 17:23 – 33:49), Mark Schalabi will introduce Narval Easy which allows sleep physicians and dentists to share patient treatment and follow-up information, facilitating collaboration in the management of patients treated with MAD.

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