Dima Italia is an Italian company based in Bologna, specialized in the design, production, and supply of respiratory devices for home care and hospital use. Founded in 1979 the company has over 40 years of experience with health professionals and ventilator users. Their products are sold worldwide through a growing distribution network, supported by the company’s sales and service departments.
Non-invasive bi-level positive pressure ventilator used for the treatment of diseases such as COPD, Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA), Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome, Acute and chronic respiratory distress syndrome, neuromuscular diseases, central nervous system disease or mechanically impaired lung function due to severe spine deformity (kyphoscoliosis) which cause sleep-disordered breathing.
Pressure and volume ventilator designed to support patients suffering from acute and chronic respiratory failure. Capable of operating with different circuits whether that be a double tube with expiratory valve, single tube with expiratory valve, single tube with leakage system and circuit for mouthpiece ventilation.
Intermittent abdominal ventilator designed to be used for hospitals and home care. The Lunabelt is small, light and portable, it offers multiple non-invasive ventilation modes, in volume and pressure. Through the PBAir® software the Lunabelt performs IPPV (Intermittent abdominal pressure ventilation), promoting extra-thoracic non-invasive ventilation, using no masks, reducing the risk of facial decubitus.
Negative pressure ventilation is an alternative to traditional ventilation methods. Both inspiratory and expiratory phases are performed through a negative pressure ventilator such as a Cuirass or a Poncho.
Cuirass - shell structure available in 8 different sizes, which embraces the patient’s chest. The edges are covered with a soft foam to minimize any discomfort and reduce the pressure drop.
Poncho - made of Gore-Tex, it is used with a grid and a backplate for comfortable negative pressure ventilation.
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