The Trilogy Ventilator is both an invasive and non-invasive home ventilator used for both adult and pediatric clients. It is portable and weighs less than 11 pounds. Its lightweight design has an internal battery (3 hours) and one detachable battery (3 hours) that allows the patient to have 6 hours of travel time.
Lap Top Ventilator
The Lap Top Ventilator is both an invasive and non-invasive home ventilator that is portable and weighs approximately 14 pounds. The ventilator can be used for both adult and pediatric clients and accommodates an external battery (Sprint-pack battery) that offers 6 hours of portable use.
A Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine helps clients who have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) maintain an open airway during sleep. A CPAP machine offers one constant pressure during inhalation and exhalation.
Bilevel postitive airway pressure is similar to CPAP therapy, however, with BiPAP therapy, there are two different pressure settings for the client.
Transfilling Oxygen System
A transfilling oxygen system combines a stationary oxygen concentrator and a filling station that allows caregivers to refill portable oxygen tanks in the home.
The oxygen concentrator is a device that produces concentrated oxygen from room air to deliver a prescribed flow of oxygen at home. This stationary oxygen machine plugs into an electrical outlet.
Portable Oxygen Tank and Stand
These tanks are cylinders of oxygen placed in a stand and allows oxygen-dependent clients portability.
An Air Compressor machine is used for humidification of tracheostomy clients.
Stationary Suction Machine
A Stationary Suction Machine is a device for clearing secretions or debris from the upper airways and/or tracheostomy tube.
Portable Suction Machine
A Portable Suction Machine is a device for clearing secretions or debris from the upper airways and/or tracheostomy tube, which has an internal battery for use while traveling outside the home.
Cough Assist Machine (Cofflator)
The Cough Assist machine is an airway clearance device that mimics a cough. The machine is used as an adjunct to help mobilize secretions during respiratory treatments and as needed to help keep airways clear.
A Feeding Pump is used to administer enteral feedings through a feeding tube (G-tube, NG tube), as prescribed by your doctor. Feeding pumps used at home are typically small and portable.
Intrapulmonary Percussive Ventilation (IPV Machine)
The IPV machine is an airway clearance device that can administer three different treatments at once:
Pulse Oximeter Monitor
A Pulse oximeter is a device to monitor oxygen saturation and heart rate at home.
Gastrostomy Tube (G-tube)
G-Tubes are used to deliver enteral feedings as prescribed by your physician. We carry numerous brands to meet your needs.
Tracheostomy Tubes are used to create an artificial airway to the lungs. We carry numerous tracheostomy brands as prescribed by your physician.
A small, lightweight compressor used to aerosolize inhaled medications.
Enteral Formulas are used to supplement nutritional needs. Check with your doctor to see which one is best for you as we carry a wide-range of formulas.