Combination of PEP PEP PEP: Positive expiratory pressure. By breathing out with a moderate force through a resistance, a positive pressure is generated in the airways, helping to keep them open. This positive pressure allows airflow to get beneath the areas of mucus obstruction and move the mucus toward the larger airways, where it can be coughed out. and inhalation therapy with Nose Clip, Mouthpiece and inspiratory valve, without manometer.
Respiratory device to mobilise secretions in acute or chronic diseases of the lower airways, such as cystic fibrosis cystic fibrosis Genetic disorder that affects most critically the lungs, leading to thick, viscous secretions. , bronchiectas