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Patient Care Equipment on Rent

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Oxygen Concentrator

An oxygen concentrator is a device that concentrates the oxygen from ambient air by selectively removing nitrogen to supply oxygen. The oxygen concentrator is an effective supply source in home oxygen-therapy

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Vital Signs Monitor

Vital Signs Monitors are compact and portable devices that can be found in many areas of a Healthcare facility. They are used to monitor and record simple patient parameters. Typically these units are monitoring the patients NIBP and Spo2.

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Adjustable Bed

Hospital beds allow the caregiver to raise or lower the bed to a height that makes transferring the patient to a seated position, chair, wheelchair, or walker easier and reduce pain

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Wheel Chair

Wheelchairs are used by people for whom walking is difficult or impossible due to illness (physiological or physical), injury, or disability.

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Nebulizer Machine

A nebulizer changes medication from a liquid to a mist so you can inhale it into your lungs. Nebulizers come in home (tabletop) and portable. you have to plug them into an electrical outlet.

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Surgical Suction

In medicine, devices are sometimes necessary to create suction. Suction may be used to clear the airway of blood, saliva, vomit, or other secretions so that a patient may breathe.

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Bipap Machine

A BiPap machine can help push air into your lungs. You wear a mask or nasal plug that is connected to the ventilator. The machine supplies pressurized air into your airways. It is called “positive pressure ventilation” because the device helps open your lungs with this air pressure.

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Oxygen Cylinder

An Oxygen Cylinder is a high-pressure, non-reactive, seamless tempered steel container for compressed gas (O2) used for medical, therapeutic, or diagnostic purposes.

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BP Instrument

A sphygmomanometer, also known as a blood pressure monitor, or, is a device used to measure blood pressure, composed of an inflatable cuff to collapse and then release the artery under the cuff in a controlled manner, and a mercury or aneroid manometer to measure the pressure.