Take your pick: the Blom-Singer
ClassicFlow or the new Blom-Singer EasyFlow. Both help ensure that you breathe humidified, filtered, and warmed air. Research shows that longterm HME use results in:
Less risk of shortness of breath, fatigue, sleep problems, anxiety, and depression 1,2
The new Blom-Singer EasyFlow HME
Breathe easier at work or play
With EasyFlow, you can breathe a little easier. Its foam filter is more porous than the ClassicFlow. This allows you to breathe more freely to match your activity level and pulmonary needs. The beige tint and non-reflective surface texture makes the EasyFlow less noticeable.
The Blom-Singer ClassicFlow HME
Breathe healthy day or night
ClassicFlow helps assure you breathe warmed, filtered and humidified air - all day, every day - to reduce respiratory symptoms after a total laryngectomy. ClassicFlow is designed for increased moisture retention and resistance.
Both share unique advantages
MucusShield helps protect the foam filter
With other HMEs, if mucus gets on the filter, the efficiency of the filter is reduced. Not so with Blom-Singer® HMEs. The MucusShield technology guards the foam filter from direct contact with mucus to help enhance efficiency.
EasyTouch speech button makes speaking easier
When you want to talk, press the EasyTouch speech button to seal the valve and speak easily. Upon release, the EasyTouch returns to its open, breathing position.
24/7 heat and moisture exchange
Our HMEs are daily-disposable, 24-hour-use devices. You simply put on a new one each day and the benefits continue through the night.
For everyday or more active use, the choice is easy:
For more information or to order the new Blom-Singer
EasyFlow HME, Blom-Singer ClassicFlow HME or Blom-Singer HumidiFilter System, contact InHealth Technologies.
1. Ackerstaff AH, Hilgers FJ, et al. Improvements in respiratory and psychosocial functioning following total laryngectomy by the use of a heat and moisture exchanger. Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology. 1993;102(11):878-883.
2. Ackerstaff AH, Hilgers FJ, et al. Heat and moisture exchangers as a treatment option in the post-operative rehabilitation of laryngectomized patients. Clinical Otolaryngology. 1995;20:504-509.
3. Research and Product Development Study, HME Test. RD-237.