Do you have COPD or severe emphysema?

Watch our video to see how the Zephyr Valve helps patients with severe emphysema to breathe easier.

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Zephyr Valve is clinically proven to help emphysema patients breathe easier, be more active, and enjoy a better quality of life.1

Treatment using Zephyr Valves is recommended by the UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) for patients with severe emphysema.7

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What is emphysema?

Emphysema is a form of COPD. In severe emphysema, parts of the lungs are damaged, resulting in air becoming trapped in the lungs. The damaged parts of the lung get bigger, putting pressure on the healthy parts of the lung and the diaphragm. When that happens, it is difficult to breathe properly and take deep breaths.

This continuous shortness of breath can make it difficult to perform daily activities and enjoy many aspects of life without stopping for breath, taking a break, or asking for help.

Unfortunately, there is no cure for emphysema, but the Zephyr® Valve can help patients breathe more easily, enjoy life better, and have an improved quality of life1 despite their condition.

Healthy Lung

Lung with Emphysema

Complications of the Zephyr Endobronchial Valve treatment can include but are not limited to pneumothorax, worsening of COPD symptoms, hemoptysis, pneumonia, dyspnea and, in rare cases, death.1

Watch Keith’s Story Pre and Post Treatment

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“I’m going to enjoy my family.”

Keith Young was diagnosed with emphysema 32 years ago. Watch Keith’s story as he shares how he has managed the condition and how life has improved since having Zephyr valve treatment.

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