Lumis Tx2018-04-18T04:37:29+00:00

Lumis Tx is easy to use

Until now, the varying product needs for hospital-grade ventilators have been met separately with different devices. This can require extra time and costs to the hospital, where staff will need to be trained to be highly competent across a wide array of devices.


Now, Lumis Tx is the only non-invasive ventilator to treat all forms of sleep-disordered breathing. Save time and money by training your staff on this one machine and standardize your hospital’s ventilator requirements.


  • Hospital-grade alarms available in all modes.
  • Circuit-disconnect optional alarms.
  • Clinical data capture and viewing on the device or ResMed’sResScan™ softwareOne hospital ventilator. Ten modes of therapy.

The Lumis Tx enables your hospital to:

  • Manage a range of respiratory conditions, such as COPD, withunique algorithms designed to specifically address the needs ofeach patient.
  • Improve your staff’s flexibility and efficiency with one ventilatorcontaining all therapy modes.
  • Simplify the hospital-to-home transition so patients get homesooner and are more likely to comply with their therapy.

For pre-diagnosed OSA patients

Clinical studies show that non-invasive ventilation (NIV) treatment can help patients slow the progression of their COPD, manage it post-discharge and improve quality of life.1,2 NIV has also been shown to reduce the recurrence of acute hypercapnic respiratory failure 30 days after an initial event by up to two-thirds.

For pre-diagnosed OSA patients

More hospitals are treating patients who also have a preexisting OSA condition. However, not all patients know their prescribed pressure, so hospitals require devices with Auto algorithms to ensure that patients are properly ventilated. ResMed’s AutoSet™machines come with alarms to notify staff of high-pressure situations and/or if circuit disconnections are required.

For restrictive lung disease patients

ResMed is committed to improving the quality of life for patients with neuromuscular disease (NMD) and obesity hyperventilation syndrome (OHS) through the use of Lumis Tx’s automated algorithms.ResMed’s iVAPS mode adjusts to a patient’s respiratory rate, targets alveolar ventilation (by accounting for the anatomical dead space) and automatically adjusts pressure support as needed to accommodate each patient’s unique needs, even as their disease state progresses.