Home Medical Equipment

Oxygen Concentrators
An oxygen concentrator is used to provide oxygen therapy to a patient at a higher concentration than available in ambient air. It is used as a safer, less expensive and more convenient alternative to tanks of compressed oxygen.
Portable Nebulizer
Nebulizers that use vibration to produce the aerosol and are more portable since they do not need the compressed air source.
Nebulizer Compressors
A nebulizer is used to administer medications, in the form of mist, into your lungs when you inhale. Used for treating cyctic fibrosis, asthma and other respiratory diseases.
Automatic Positive Airway Pressure (APAP) therapy is designed to proved the necessary pressure and change that pressure as the needs of the patient changes. The AUTOSET devices find the pressure without preprogramming the range.
Tool for those who need additional support to maintain balance or stability while walking.
Bedside Commodes
For the bedroom or bathroom to fit the needs of most disabled, handicapped and elderly persons.
Liquid Oxygen
Widely used at hospitals due to their high useage requirements, but can also be used in the honme setting. Stored in chilled tanks until required, It is then allowed to boil at a temperature 90.188 to release the oxygen as a gas.
Shower Chairs
A chair which is not damaged by water, sometimes on wheels, used as a disability aid for using a shower.
Wheelchairs - Power and Manual
A chair on wheels used for someone who cannot walk or has difficulty walking. Available in manual or power modes.
Photo Therapy
Consists of exposure to daylight or to specific wavelengths of light using lasers, light-emitting diodes, fluorescent lamps dichroic lamps or very bright, full-spectrum light, for a prescribed amount of time.

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