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Vyaire Medical

Vyaire Medical


Vyaire Medical Inc. is a global company focused exclusively on supporting breathing through every stage of life. The company’s portfolio is trusted and preferred by the respiratory community and designed to enable, enhance and extend lives.


Mettawa, Illinois, United States of America
26 Faculty
24 Courses available
1307 Reviews

Upcoming events

Overview of new 2021 ATS Clinical Practice Guidelines: Use of Fractional Exhaled Nitric Oxide (FeNO) to Guide the Treatment of Asthma
  • Pulmonology
  • Biomedical technician
Pulmonology +1
Feb 2, 2022
05:00 PM
Modern High Frequency Neonatal Ventilators : Comparison of Oscillation Transmissions
Feb 9, 2022
05:00 PM


Replay - Volume Targeted Ventilation in the Neonate
Replay - Lung Protective Ventilation Strategies of the Neonate
Replay - Patient Safety and Quality Monitoring of the Ventilation Patient



Consultant Neonatologist with Research Interest, Department of Neonatology, at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (U.K)

Tertiary level Neonatal Intensive Care: 20 years of experience, 11 years as Consultant

Neonatal Transport: 14 years of Experience, 11 years as a consultant

Neonatal Echocardiography: 13 years of experience


  • Computational analysis of neonatal ventilator data, assessment of ventilator performance
  • Ventilator alarms, developing smart alarms
  • Quantitative analysis of ventilator ventilator-patient interactions
  • Machine learning methods using neonatal ventilator data

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Dr. Philip Silkoff
Senior clinical trial executive

Senior clinical trial executive within the pharmaceutical and medical device industry across early intermediate and late-stage drug programs and early and late stage medical devices.

Areas of focus include early and late stage clinical development, regulatory strategy and tactics including multiple FDA interactions, early discovery projects with understanding of basic science and assisting in the business strategy and assessment of market opportunities.

Accomplished speaker and team leader. This industry career was preceded by a long and successful academic career including appointment as Associate Professor in the University of Colorado, published IP in the area of exhaled nitric oxide, and multiple publications including peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in the field of pulmonary medicine.

High Impact Medical Expertise:

· Pulmonary medicine with experience in asthma, COPD, IPF, pulmonary hypertension, and

Sarcoidosis, COVID 19

· Clinical trial design and operations

· Drafting of clinical study reports and NDA submission documents

· Drafting of briefing books for regulatory authorities and running/participating in interactions

· Managing physicians and clinical trial personnel

Ruben Dario Restrepo
Coordinator of Research

As a foreign physician from Colombia, little did I know that few years after my arrival in the United States I would consider teaching Respiratory Care as the pillar of my professional career.

I am a very passionate educator; I strongly believe we graduate outstanding professionals who offer the best care to patients. I am a strong supporter of teaching students the benefits of multidisciplinary interactions and team work in simulated and real clinical scenarios to improve patient’s outcomes.

I strive to instill in the students the importance of application and critical thinking versus mere memorization. I believe my students have rewarded me over these 20 years of teaching with their enlightenment. There has not been a better testament to my personal achievement as a mentor than to witness so many of my mentees leading the profession.

The students have blessed me with excellent evaluations because they appreciate my philosophy of teaching. Teaching respiratory care at a global and interprofessional level has been my motto from the time I started teaching because our profession is still young and not widely recognized. By accepting invitations to speak at both medical and respiratory conferences around the globe, I have been able to serve the professions of Medicine and Respiratory Care while proudly representing UT Health San Antonio.

I have exposed our scientific journal to the Spanish-speaking medical community by creating the first bilingual podcast of a medical journal. The bestowment of the credential as a Fellow of the American Association of Respiratory Care (FAARC) and the American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST), the recognition as a Distinguished Teaching Professor and Distinguished CHEST Educator, the induction to the Kenneth I. Shine Academy of Health Science Education, and the Regents Outstanding Teaching Award, have stimulated my desire to become a better teacher and offer my best to my learners.

As I have mentored my undergraduate and graduate students, I look forward to seeing them sharing the same passion I have for teaching in their future. I am strongly convinced that I have achieved excellence in teaching because I have closely followed the example set by those giants in the profession who have mentored me. It is my passion to continue serving the Respiratory Care profession and the Health Science Center by providing exemplary teaching.

Chloe Delianis
Clinical Applications Specialist

Bachelor of Science, 2011

Master of Nursing Science, 2013

Post Graduate Certificate - Paediatric Intensive Care Nursing, 2016

Oncology/Haematology and PICU, The Royal Children’s Hospital, Australia - 2013-2017

PICU, St Mary’s Hospital, London - 2018-2020


Global Review
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Knowledge aquired
4.5 /5
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Jan 14, 2022
SHANI H. Good training for ALL healthcare professionals that are dealing with ventilator patients
Jan 14, 2022
Ulrike B.
Jan 14, 2022
Palacio R. more training’s
Dec 28, 2021
Jill A. Clearly presented data that’s applicable to everyday operations of the pulmonary function lab.
Dec 27, 2021
Narisa T.
Dec 21, 2021
Jessique K.