My son has been using BiPap ventilation at night for several years. He will be adding NIV throughout the day soon. Does anyone have any information about the pros and cons of a Trilogy 100 or an LTV 950 ventilator?
It appears to me that the benefit of the Trilogy over the LTV is that it can also be used as BiPap. Kent is satisfied with his current Respironics BiPap. It would seem that having two machines would be good anyway in case of a mechanical failure.
Kent is leaning toward the LTV 950 because it is thinner and would be easier to mount on his chair--at least from the pics we an find (thank you Ann for posting your son's awesome setup!). I think it can also be integrated into the chair's batteries.
This is new territory for us. Thanks in advance for sharing your knowledge and experience with us!
Mom of Kent, DMDer, age 24