Blood Glucose Monitors. Constantly monitoring your blood glucose levels is a vital part of a successful diabetes management plan. With the help of our blood glucose monitors, you can accurately keep track of your blood glucose level and manage your diabetes better.
Canes/Crutches. Whether you suffered from a stroke; if you had surgery on your knee or lower leg; or if you have broken a bone in your foot or leg; your physician might suggest that you use a walking aid as you are recovering. Using canes/crutches allows you to keep weight off of your weak or injured leg; it allows you to retain your balance; and it permits you to continue performing daily living tasks safely.
Commodes/Urinals/Bedpans. If you have a bedridden loved one or a loved one with limited mobility, using commodes/urinals/bedpans will save them from a painful and potentially dangerous trip to the rest room. Commodes/urinals/bedpans allow them to relieve themselves while staying safe right where they are.
Enteral Nutrients. Food is vital for survival; however, there are circumstances that might prevent a person from eating. It might be because of an illness, difficulties in swallowing, loss of appetite, or some other reasons. When this happens, enteral nutrients (containing fat, protein, water, carbohydrate, vitamins and minerals),are supplied directly into the duodenum, jejunum, orstomach.
Heat & Cold Applications. Depending on your needs, some conditions can benefit from either a heat and/or cold application. Remember, different complications can arise due to extreme cold or heat, so remember to use heat and cold applications carefully and always follow safety precautions.
Nebulizer Equipment and Supplies. From tabletop to portable handheld nebulizer systems, we have a broad selection of nebulizer equipment and supplies that will meet all of your respiratory care needs. We also offer reasonably priced nebulizer accessories, nebulizer parts and filters, and nebulizer sets – all of which allows you to customize your nebulize accordingly and allows you to keep your nebulizer in good working condition.
Orthoses – Off-the-Shelf. Off-the-shelf orthotics are non-customized devices that provide moderate support to the arch of the foot. This device also helps in spreading one’s weight evenly along the bottom of the foot. While they are not as supportive as customized orthotics, they do still work really well and they are at a much lesser cost.
Ostomy Supplies. If you have recently had a colostomy, ileostomy, or urostomy we offer you with reliable ostomy supplies that can help you be as comfortable as possible. With our products, we ensure that you are able to be at easedespite your condition.
Surgical Dressings. Keeping your wound properly cleaned and covered is an integral part of wound care. This is why we offer you with a wide selection of surgical dressings that you can apply to your wound – both to promote healing and to prevent further infection and harm.
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulators (TENS). Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulators or TENS is a type of therapy that makes use of low-voltage electrical currents in order to relieve pain. Typically, it is used to treat bone, joint, or muscle problems that occur as a result of osteoarthritis, and it is also used to treat neck pain, back pain, or bursitis.
Walkers. If you are experiencing mobility issues after a stroke, or if you currently have a medical condition that limits your ability to walk, walkers are a great walking assistive device that you can use. Walkers can help you maintain balance; it offers support; and it can take the weight off of your injured leg.
Penile Pumps. Also known as a vacuum pump or a vacuum constriction device, penile pumps are used to help men with erectile dysfunction. It is made up of a plastic tube that can fit over the penis; a band that fits around the penis’ base after it is erect; and a battery-powered or hand pump attached to the tube.