Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

Fisher & Paykel Healthcare

Fisher & Paykel is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of a range of innovative healthcare devices which incorporate unique features to improve patient care. They entered the respiratory care market in 1971 with the development of a unique respiratory humidifier system for use in critical care. We now offer a broad range of products and systems for use in respiratory and acute care and the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).


We offer a broad range of heated humidification products and systems for use during the treatment of respiratory conditions by ventilation or oxygen therapy. Our products include respiratory humidifiers, single-use and reusable chambers and breathing circuits, infant resuscitators, infant warrmers and accessories.

Incorporating patented and other proprietary technologies, our respiratory devices are designed to overcome many of the challenges of effectively creating, controlling and delivering gases to a patient’s airway at close to physiologically normal levels of temperature and humidity.

We also offer humidification systems for use in surgical procedures to condition dry carbon dioxide gas to normal physiological levels of temperature and humidity.

Our products incorporate technologies designed to reduce the level of required caregiver intervention in the humidification process, and we believe may decrease the risk of infection, improve patient recovery rates and reduce patient care costs.


We offer continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy products and systems for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea, a disorder which disrupts a person’s breathing during sleep.

Our products include flow generators, chambers, masks and other accessories. Our humidifier products utilize our core expertise in heated humidification and are designed to alleviate the side effects often associated with CPAP therapy.

We believe that our products improve patient comfort and acceptance of CPAP therapy, contributing to an increase in its overall effectiveness.