Passy-Muir Valve Design

Passy-Muir Valve Design

Learn more at our website: http://www.passy-muir.com Invented by a patient named David Muir, the Passy-Muir® Tracheostomy & Ventilator Swallowing and Speaking Valve is a simple medical device used by tracheostomy and ventilator patients.

PHS How To: Passy Muir Speaking Valve

PHS How To: Passy Muir Speaking Valve

Gaylord Hospital-Using the Passy-Muir Speaking Valve

Gaylord Hospital-Using the Passy-Muir Speaking Valve

Rachel Ieronimo and Cheryl Tansley, Speech Language Pathologists with Gaylord Hospital in Wallingford, CT, discuss their experience using the Passy-Muir Valve with patients. Passy-Muir Inc. http://passy-muir.com Gaylord Hospital http://www.gaylord.org/

Application of the Passy-Muir Valve (PMV007) on a ventilated patient

Application of the Passy-Muir Valve (PMV007) on a ventilated patient

See more at http://passy-muir.com/ambassador Kim Bybee, RRT, places the PMV007 on Linda, a ventilated patient at Ambassador Health, Lincoln Nebraska

Passy-Muir Valve with Mechanical Ventilation

Passy-Muir Valve with Mechanical Ventilation

Learn more at our website: http://www.passy-muir.com. Invented by a patient named David Muir, the Passy-Muir® Tracheostomy & Ventilator Swallowing and Speaking Valve is a simple medical device used by tracheostomy and ventilator patients. This video explains the benefits of using the PMV007 inline with mechanical ventilation.

Speaking Valve Trial

Speaking Valve Trial

A speaking valve allows a patient with a trach tube to vocalize. Watch this family trial a speaking valve and hear their baby’s voice for the very first time.

Passy-Muir® Valve - medical device used by tracheostomy and ventilator patients

Passy-Muir® Valve - medical device used by tracheostomy and ventilator patients

Passy-Muir® Valve was invented by a patient named David Muir. The Passy-Muir® Tracheostomy & Ventilator Swallowing and Speaking Valve is a simple medical device used by tracheostomy and ventilator patients. More info: https://patient-innovation.com/condition/tracheostomy?post=753 http://www.passy-muir.com/home

Passy-Muir Trach and Vent Swallowing and Speaking Valves Clinical Inservice

Passy-Muir Trach and Vent Swallowing and Speaking Valves Clinical Inservice

Speaking valve trial (National Tracheostomy Safety Project)

Speaking valve trial (National Tracheostomy Safety Project)

Speaking valves are one-way valves that can be attached either directly onto a tracheostomy tube or inserted as part of the breathing circuit between the patient’s tracheostomy and the ventilator. These valves are ‘open’ during inspiration (when the patient breathes in, or a ventilator-supported breath is delivered) but ‘closed’ during expiration (when the patient breathes out, or the ventilator cycles into expiration). There MUST be a way for gas to escape in expiration as there will ne no gas flow via the tracheostomy tube. This means adequate room for gas to flow past the tube in the trachea and out via the upper airways. An uncuffed or cuff-deflated tracheostomy tube is therefore required. Speaking valves should NEVER be used with the cuff inflated as this can lead to asphyxiation, respiratory arrest and death. If you follow the basic principles of safe use, speaking valves can be a valuable tool to help patients communicate more effectively, vocalise, clear secretions, cough, improve breathing muscle strength and improve the function of the larynx and swallowing.

Passy Muir Valve with Mechanical Ventilation

Passy Muir Valve with Mechanical Ventilation

See more at http://passy-muir.com

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