Nine oxygen therapy devices from leading manufacturers including Philips, Inova Labs, CAIRE, and Responsive Respiratory.
COPD patients with newer home oxygen prescriptions (within the previous 90 days) are more likely to sustain burn injuries, according to research published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
When physiological changes in a patient dictate a true need for oxygen, experts agree that the therapy should be administered, but many factors must be considered, including need, disease type, and potential alternative therapies.
Although the products and their use are both far from widespread, canned oxygen is one of the newest health trends for people who want an energy boost.
Designed and manufactured in the USA, the Drive Pure O2 stationary concentrator is available in both oxygen sensing and non-oxygen sensing units.
Today’s healthcare system perpetuates a view of DME (durable medical equipment) providers as deliverers of equipment, not providers of care.
Inogen Inc has launched a new home oxygen concentrator called the Inogen At Home. The device is the lightest five liter per minute continuous flow oxygen concentrator on the market today, according to the company.
RT Magazine's annual Product Guide, which includes more than 60 of the newest respiratory care products from 50 leading manufacturers, is now available on our enhanced mobile application for tablets and smartphones.
By emphasizing mobility and therapeutic value, manufacturers of supplemental oxygen delivery systems continue to provide patients with more options and more freedom to integrate the therapy into their lives.
The FDA has approved Inova Labs Inc's new oxygen concentrator system, the Activox DUO2. The device is the first integrated stationary and portable oxygen concentrator on the market, according to the company.
Oxygen therapy devices from 6 leading manufacturers including CAIRE, Devilbiss, Hans Rudolph, Maxtec, Southmedic, and Responsive Respiratory.
Hans Rudolph manufactures a number of lung simulators that can assist respiratory care departments in training and education programs, such as its Breathing Simulator, DLco Simulator, and Flow/Volume Simulator.
New devices are continuing the life-saving impact of bubble CPAP technology, which, since 1973, has saved thousands of newborns with severe respiratory illnesses.
An innovative, low-cost bubble CPAP device designed by undergraduates at Rice University is saving the lives of Malawi’s preterm newborns suffering from severe respiratory complications.
The LifeChoice Activox Sport Model is a 3.9 lb portable oxygen concentrator featuring up to 5.5 hours of internal battery runtime.
Tracheal splints created using 3-D printing have successfully improved the lung function of an 18-month-old boy with severe tracheobronchomalacia, making him the second child whose life has been saved by the technology developed by University of Michigan doctors.
The SeQual eQuinox POC system is a new portable oxygen concentrator from CAIRE, designed for patients with ambulatory oxygen needs.
A focus on home care solutions and the development of lightweight, portable oxygen delivery devices have had a major impact on the oxygen therapy market.