Home Breathing & Respiratory Equipment & Supplies
Respiratory diseases, breathing issues, and other medical conditions require special care and often an array of therapy equipment. Our extensive network of professionally registered respiratory therapists (RTT) evaluate, assess, and recommend state-of-the-art respiratory equipment, supplies, and support therapy. We offer the tools and knowledge to provide all of your oxygen and respiratory needs.
Our Respiratory Care team closely works with patients, physicians, and care providers to determine the best respiratory equipment for the patient’s lifestyle while providing ongoing education and support.
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, or CPAP, is a breathing assisting machine that delivers continuous oxygen via air mask. It is the most predominant treatment used for obstructive sleep apnea and other sleep disorders.
A nebulizer suitable for hospital, home, or transport settings is available for patients who require breathing assistance. We offer continuous or intermittent ventilator / respiratory support depending on need.
Bi-Level Positive Air Pressure machine, or BIPAP, assists patient breathing in the event of cardiac failure, adult respiratory distress syndrome, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pneumonia, sleep apnea or other respiratory cases in which a patient cannot properly breathe unassisted. A BIPAP machine maximizes the transport of oxygen into the lungs and blood.
COUGH ASSIST MACHINE
A safe, non-invasive breathing treatment designed to remove excess mucus from the lungs during exhaling and provides oxygen during inhaling. This removal is important for those with frequent bronchial issues reducing the risk of developing chest infections.
Ventilators suitable for hospital, home, or transport settings are available for those patients who require assistance with breathing. Our therapist provides continuous or intermittent ventilator / respiratory support depending on the needs of the patient.
An oxygen concentrator is a device used to concentrate environmental oxygen to supplemental oxygen for a patient.