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The Zephyr® Valve is a minimally invasive and clinically proven treatment that is not another medication or surgery.
If you have severe COPD/emphysema, this option may be right for you.

Get Back to Living Life on Your Terms With the Zephyr Valve

Breathe Easier

Breathe Easier

Be less short of breath with increased lung function.1

Have More Freedom

Have More Freedom

Do more things on your own like bathing, cooking, and cleaning.1

Enjoy Life More

Enjoy Life More

Have more energy and get back to your favorite hobbies and socializing.1

Feel More Confident

Feel More Confident

When leaving home and living life.1

Complications of endobronchial valve treatment can include, but are not limited to, pneumothorax, worsening of COPD symptoms, pneumonia, dyspnea, and, in rare cases, death.

How the Zephyr Valve Helps People with Severe COPD/Emphysema Breathe Easier1

The Zephyr Valve is a minimally invasive treatment option that is not another medication and does not require cutting or incisions. Tiny valves are placed into a targeted section of the diseased lung where air has become trapped. The trapped air causes shortness of breath. The one-way valve allows the trapped air to escape, resulting in patients being able to breathe easier and experience less shortness of breath.1

Do you have questions about the Zephyr Valve? Call our Care Team.

Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Central Time

How the Zephyr Valve Helps People with Severe COPD/Emphysema Breathe Easier1

The Zephyr Valve is a minimally invasive treatment option that is not another medication and does not require cutting or incisions. Tiny valves are placed into a targeted section of the diseased lung where air has become trapped. The trapped air causes shortness of breath. The one-way valve allows the trapped air to escape, resulting in patients being able to breathe easier and experience less shortness of breath.1
GOLD Report Since 2020 Badge

Global guidance on COPD care recommends treatment with endobronchial valves, like the Zephyr Valve.

Do you have questions about the Zephyr Valve? Call our Care Team.

Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Central Time

GOLD Report Since 2020 Badge

Global guidance on COPD care recommends treatment with endobronchial valves, like the Zephyr Valve.

Zephyr Valve has Broad Insurance Coverage

While insurance coverage is not guaranteed, most patients who qualify for the Zephyr Valve procedure are covered for their treatment.

  • Medicare covers patients who meet certain criteria
  • More than 95% of patients with commercial insurance are covered*

See Who Might Benefit From Zephyr Valves

*Pulmonx Patient Reimbursement Support Program experience through the prior authorization process, for cases where patients opted-in.

The information is subject to change without notice because of complex and frequently changing laws, regulations, rules, and policies.

Zephyr Valves are Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved. We recommend you contact your insurance provider directly with policy and coverage questions.

Zephyr Valve has Broad Insurance Coverage

While insurance coverage is not guaranteed, most patients who qualify for the Zephyr Valve procedure are covered for their treatment.

  • Medicare covers patients who meet certain criteria
  • More than 95% of patients with commercial insurance are covered* 

See Who Might Benefit From Zephyr Valves

*Pulmonx Patient Reimbursement Support Program experience through the prior authorization process, for cases where patients opted-in.

The information is subject to change without notice because of complex and frequently changing laws, regulations, rules, and policies.

Zephyr Valves are Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved. We recommend you contact your insurance provider directly with policy and coverage questions.

Hear from Patients Treated with the Zephyr Valve

Hear from Patients Treated with the Zephyr Valve

Medication and Surgery are Not the Only Options for
Severe COPD and Emphysema

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