A leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of products and systems for use in respiratory care, acute care, and the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea.
Fisher and Paykel Healthcare products and systems are sold in over 120 countries worldwide. Products are sold through direct sales offices operations in most major markets, and a network of distributors that sell to hospitals, homecare providers and other manufacturers of medical devices.
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare entered the respiratory care market in 1971 with the development of a unique respiratory humidifier system for use in critical care. They now offer a broad range of products and systems for use in respiratory and acute care and in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
They believe that product development and clinical research is critical to their success. They continue to expand the range of innovative medical devices that assist clinicians to improve patient care and outcomes. New and improved products and processes, along with the development of new medical applications for their technologies, are critical drivers for their annual revenue and earnings growth.
With the healthcare device industry regulated worldwide, the ability to meet stringent standards is vital to ensuring market acceptance of their products. They assist compliance with these standards by operating a quality management system certified to a range of international standards which apply to both manufacturing facilities and medical sales network.
Fisher and Paykel Healthcare manufactures, assembles and tests a complete range of products, including many components, in facilities in New Zealand and Mexico. Their facilities incorporate controlled working environments and manufacturing and design processes that are certified to meet international standards including ISO9001 and the medical device quality standard ISO13485.
The company has two major product groups, Respiratory & Acute Care and Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
Respiratory & Acute Care
They offer a broad range of heated humidification products and systems for use during the treatment of respiratory conditions by ventilation or oxygen therapy, which form part of a comprehensive family of solutions for all therapies in the F&P Respiratory Care Continuum.
Incorporating patented and other proprietary technologies, the respiratory devices are designed to overcome many of the challenges of effectively creating, controlling and delivering gases to a patient's airway at close to physiologically normal levels of temperature and humidity.
The therapy solutions incorporate technologies designed to benefit both the clinician and the patient, translating to efficient delivery of care and improved patient outcomes.
Their products include respiratory humidifiers, single-use and reusable chambers and breathing circuits, infant resuscitators, infant warmers and accessories. They also offer humidification systems for use in surgical procedures to condition dry carbon dioxide gas to normal physiological levels of temperature and humidity.
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