Learn More About Zephyr Valve Treatment for Severe Emphysema

Special COVID-19 message: Your health and well-being is important to us, and social distancing guidelines are in place to keep everyone safe. During the current COVID-19 crisis, many hospitals across the country are focused on treating infected patients who need urgent medical attention, and therefore may not be accepting appointments to evaluate patients for the Zephyr Valve treatment.

We encourage you to fill out this form so we can keep you informed and updated when hospitals begin scheduling appointments to evaluate patients for Zephyr Valve treatment.

Until recently, there were few treatment options for COPD and emphysema 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. The Zephyr Valve is clinically proven to help emphysema patients breathe easier, do more, and enjoy life1

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


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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