Invacare HomeFill from A & B Medical
HomeFill is an innovative oxygen delivery system that utilizes patented technology to refill your own portable oxygen cylinders straight from your concentrator. Each cylinder has its own built-in regulator and conserving device, eliminating the need to change regulators from tank to tank. One portable cylinder can provide up to 10 hours of portable oxygen.
Studies have shown that if oxygen patients wear their oxygen longer during the day and participate in activities like walking, they will be able to improve their overall quality of life. The Invacare HomeFill allows you to accomplish this with ease!
For decades oxygen patients have been limited in their ability to travel, restricted by only having hours till you run out of oxygen, not being able to fly, or just being afraid to be far away from your concentrator. Now the problem has been solved! P.O.C.'s (Portable Oxygen Concentrator's) never run out of oxygen. With rechargeable batteries and multiple power sources you now have the freedom to see the world. Call today to see how we can help you to regain your independence!
Sleep apnea affects an estimated 30 million people in the United States. Apnea occurs when the airway partially or fully closes during sleep, restricting normal breathing. A Continuous Positive Airway Pressure machine forces air through the obstruction and creates a stable airway during sleep. Sleep Apnea is known to cause severe health problems, and in some cases, death can occur. It is our mission to provide as much patient care as possible in order for you to achieve complete therapy compliance. A & B Medical has everything you need to treat your sleep disordered breathing and we deal direct with the manufacturers to give you the latest technology in treatment options.
A nebulizer changes medication from a liquid to a mist so that it can be more easily inhaled into the lungs. Nebulizers are particularly effective in delivering asthma medications to infants and small children and to anyone who has difficulty using an asthma inhaler. It is also convenient when a large dose of an inhaled medication is needed. Nebulized therapy is often called a "breathing treatment." A variety of medications -- both for immediate relief and maintenance of asthma symptoms -- are available for use with a nebulizer.
Nebulizers come in home (tabletop) and portable models. Home nebulizers are larger and must be plugged into an electrical outlet. Portable nebulizers run on batteries -- either disposable or rechargeable -- or can be plugged into a car's cigarette lighter. Smaller, portable units are slightly larger than a deck of cards, so they can be carried in a purse, briefcase, or backpack to be used whenever and wherever you need them.