The AffloVest is the first battery operated High Frequency Chest Wall Oscillation (HFCWO) therapy vest that was scientifically engineered to closely mimic manual CPT, the gold standard in mobile airway clearance therapy. Patented Direct Dynamic Oscillation™ technology can be an effective airway clearance therapy for improving bronchial drainage by enhancing mobilization of secretions. It can be used for the treatment of respiratory diseases, such as bronchiectasis, cystic fibrosis, and other neuromuscular diseases.
Mobile Mechanical HFCWO Vest Therapy That Mimics Manual Chest Physiotherapy
The AffloVest has eight oscillating motors creating eight individual pressure wave forms that closely mimic manual CPT, providing disruption in the lungs and mobilizing secretions, helping the body’s task of discharging harmful excess secretions. These individual motors allow AffloVest to target different areas of the lungs.
First during-use HFCWO fully mobile Airway Clearance Therapy
Anatomically targets all 5 lobes of the lungs, both front and back
Promotes airway clearance and secretion mobilization
Clinically improved lung function shown in clinical studies
With no long hoses or bulky generators, the battery powered AffloVest is fully mobile during use.
The AffloVest comes in 7 different sizes, to fit children and adults from XXS to XXL, 18 – 65+ inches in chest circumference. No age limitations.
The Percussion, Vibration and Drainage settings and intensity can be customized to personalize your therapy to more closely mimic manual CPT.
The AffloVest is the lightest fully mobile during use HFCWO vest on the market.
Guidelines based on body measurement
Lung function improvement with AffloVest
An evidence-based study of adolescents with cystic fibrosis demonstrated that AffloVest®
COPD Bronchiectasis Symptoms
Is it more than COPD?
Bronchiectasis Pocket Card
Patients that have these symptoms should be screened via HRCT scan for Bronchiectasis
The Effects of HFCWO Spirometry
Effect of High Frequency Chest Wall Oscillation Vests on Spirometry Measurements
Interview with Geoff Marcek
Product Engineering, Quality and the Design of Mechanical Oscillation Vest Therapy