We continually initiate or participate in clinical studies all over the world. This is made possible through our close cooperation with ENT specialists and patients.
We continually initiate or participate in clinical studies all over the world. This is made possible through our close cooperation with ENT specialists and patients. Take our Provox voice prostheses for laryngectomees, for instance. The Provox System has been a success from the start and this success is supported by a long list of peer-reviewed clinical documentation.
We offer a wide range of high-quality devices for laryngectomy care. Voice prosthesis for speaking, HMEs (Heat and Moisture Exchanger), adhesives and tubes for breathing, accessories, and more.
From tracheostomy tubes to one-way valves and HMEs (Heat and Moisture Exchanger, we provide a complete and extensive portfolio of tracheostomy products.
We are pleased to be able to share information about the Kelley Circuit with you. The Kelley Circuit is a novel method of managing in-hospital self-ventilating tracheostomy patients that allow for humidification, filtration and closed-circuit suctioning.
Atos Medical has been in the medical device industry since 1986, which means that we have more than 25 years of experience in product development. But experience isn’t enough. Our products are also backed up by research and clinical tests. The concept of Evidence & Experience™ is at the core of our production.
Our ongoing dialogue with patients and clinicians means that we can always be a step ahead, using our first-hand information for successful R&D.
We have collected some of the instructional videos we have developed over the years.
The objective of the Atos Learning Institute is to provide HCPs with clinical educational platform in the area of ENT and respiratory care. This can be done by providing direct education or by facilitating and sponsoring peer-to-peer educational forums.Learn more
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Atos Medical has facilitated live panel discussions with leading international facilities to discuss how they have modified their practices during the pandemic. Past panel discussions are available to view here.
You find our past panel discussions here, but you need to sign up to be able to view them