Simplify life with an easy-to-use high-flow therapy device
Lumis HFT can deliver a full night* of heated, humidified air – with or without oxygen – at adjustable flows, temperature and humidification settings. The user interface has been designed to be intuitive and simple to navigate. The refillable HumidAir™ heated humidifier and ClimateLineAir™ heated tube are easy to detach and clean and can be reused. Small, light and quiet**, Lumis HFT is a discreet presence in the patient’s life and delivers comfortable therapy in the home.
Set up, titrate and monitor patients easily
With just three settings and a straightforward interface, you can quickly and easily set up and titrate new patients. It is easy to add and humidify oxygen for COPD patients who have chronic cough with mucous production and are receiving long-term oxygen therapy (LTOT). Oxygen saturations can be monitored if necessary. *** Lumis HFT uses standard ResMed Air10 spares and accessories such as filters, humidifiers and tubing. This can help to simplify training, maintenance and logistics.
Working together with Lumis HFT
The ResMed oximeter adapter connects a NONIN Xpod™ oximeter to an Air10, Lumis or Lumis HFT device to record oxygen saturation levels.
The ClimateLineAir heated tube maintains the temperature of the humidified air as it passes through the tube.
How to buy Lumis HFT
Please contact our Customer Service department or your local representative for more information on obtaining ResMed products.
FAQs about Lumis HFT
Noise levels are subjective and depend on the chosen flow setting. The device is designed to be quiet** so people can sleep and speak while it is in use.
Yes. However, it is possible that the therapy will be less effective in the case of mouth breathing.
Lumis HFT records therapy and device data that can be used to monitor usage as well as subjective symptoms such as dyspnea during high-intensity exercise and secretion management. SpO2 can be measured if the device is paired with an SpO2 monitoring device.
It is not recommended as the high flow promotes wash out.
Lumis HFT can be used with or without supplementary oxygen
Up to 10 L/min of supplementary oxygen can be added from an oxygen concentrator with continuous flow or an oxygen cylinder at home or from a wall supply in the hospital. If required, additional oxygen (through a separate device) can be prescribed by the physician.
Lumis HFT can be used with a range of nasal cannulas. The size should be chosen according to the patient’s needs.
Lumis HFT does not have any alarms but it does have alerts. Some alerts are adjustable (e.g. tub empty) while others are permanently on.
No, invasive use and tracheostomy use are contraindicated for Lumis HFT.
Warm up takes 10-20 minutes depending on the ambient temperature. It is recommended that patients wait until the warm up is complete before starting therapy. The drying mode starts automatically when therapy stops and the device enters standby mode after 90 minutes.
No. Oxygen is added at the oxygen source and mixes with the aspirated air in the device.
The air filter should be changed at least every 6 months. The heated humidifier tub should be changed every 3 months. The air tubing should be changed every 6 months. The tube wrap should be replaced if it becomes worn or damaged.
Patients must weigh more than 30 kg. There are no specific age limitations.
Lumis HFT is designed to be used at room temperature (18-28°C).
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Lumis HFT is not suitable for life support patients
Non contractual picture of the nasal cannula – Use only nasal cannulas recommended by ResMed
*Lumis can deliver up to 16 hours of flow at 15 L/min. Refer to the user guide for more information. Set up at Humidity – Level 3, and ambient temp. 23°C
** ClimateLine Air: 37 dBA with uncertainty of 2 dBA / ClimateLine Air and 5 L/min supp. O2: 45 dBA with uncertainty of 2 dBA – As measured according to ISO 80601-2-74:2017 (HFT mode)
*** When paired with an SpO2 monitoring device.