A global leader in digital health
At ResMed, we pioneer innovative solutions that treat and keep people out of the hospital, empowering them to live healthier, higher-quality lives. Our digital health technologies and cloud-connected medical devices, transform care for people with sleep apnoea, and other chronic diseases.
An estimated 936 million people suffer from sleep apnoea or sleep suffocation – the upper airway closes off causing the body to jolt “awake” to take breaths throughout the night.1
ResMed provides: CPAP therapy that’s smaller, quieter, more comfortable, more connected.
- 4% fewer inpatient and emergency dept. visits for every nightly hour slept on CPAP2
- 39% lower all-cause mortality rate when treating sleep apnoea with CPAP3
- 87% patient adherence when remotely and self monitored4
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COPD and lung diseases
An estimated 480 million people suffer from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,9 the world’s third leading killer.10 ResMed provides the world’s most complete solution suite throughout a patient’s journey.
- Cloud-connected invasive, non-invasive, and bilevel ventilation devices
- Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) reduces one-year risk of death by 76%7
- Propeller Health’s digital health platform is compatible with most COPD and asthma inhalers. It helps increase medication adherence by 58%8, reduce COPD-related emergency visits by 45%9, and decrease asthma-related emergency visits and hospitalizations by 57%.10
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Sleep apnoea machines
Designed to treat sleep-disordered breathing, our sleep apnoea machines provide unparalleled comfort and proven efficacy.
Whether you need mechanical ventilation at home, in hospital or on the move, our versatile ventilation devices provide effective therapy for a wide range of respiratory conditions.
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2. Pepin JL et al. Chest 2022
3. Kirsch DB et al. J Clin Sleep Med 2019
4. Malhotra A et al. Chest 2018
5. Boers E et al. ERJ Suppl (ERS Congress late-breaking abstract) 2022
6. WHO. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/the-top-10-causes-of-death. Accessed Jun 19, 2020.
7. Garcia-Aymerich J et al. Thorax 2006
8. Van Sickle D et al. Eur Resp J 2016
9. Brazeal T et al. Abstract at European Respiratory Society 2021
10. Merchant R et al. World Allergy Organ J 2018