There is a new treatment option for severe emphysema

But how do you know if you have emphysema? Only a doctor or pulmonologist can diagnose it, and it typically requires additional testing. You may have been told you have advanced COPD or end-stage COPD. Emphysema is a severe form of COPD.

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Until recently, there were few treatment options to help patients who have reached the limit of what help medications and supplemental oxygen can deliver – the only options were highly invasive treatments, such as lung volume reduction surgery or a lung transplant.

Learn more about a new treatment now available for severe emphysema.

It may be time to talk to your doctor or pulmonologist about whether a new treatment option for emphysema is right for you.

Take this short quiz to see if you may be at higher risk of severe emphysema and should talk to a lung specialist about your diagnosis and treatment options.

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How the Zephyr Valve Works

The Zephyr Valve is the first minimally-invasive bronchoscopic treatment option in the United States for severe emphysema patients

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Risks

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

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Patient Stories

The Zephyr Valve improves patients' quality of life and allows them to do more1

“Every day I find things I can do now I couldn’t do before.”– Michael McPheeter

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