Helpful Products For Patients

  • Oxygen/Respiratory Equipment
  • Oxygen concentrators
  • Liquid oxygen systems
  • High pressure oxygen cylinders (stationary & portable)
  • Oxygen conserving devices
  • Aerosol therapy
  • CPAP/BIPAP
  • Compressor-driven aerosol devices



  • Wheelchairs
  • Standard (adult, youth & pediatric)
  • Customized (narrow, heavy duty & extra wide)
  • Powered wheelchairs
  • Wheelchair accessories
  • Walking Aids
  • Crutches
  • Canes (straight, offset, pyramid & quad)
  • Walkers


  • Patient Room Furnishings
  • Hospital Beds (Full electric)
  • Over-the-bed tables
  • Trapeze bars
  • Alternating pressure pad units & low air loss
  • mattresses
  • Patient lifts
  • Geri chairs


  • Bathroom Safety
  • Tub transfer benches
  • Tub seats
  • Raised toilet seats
  • Bedside commodes

Please use this checklist to use and maintain your medical device safely and effectively in your home.

* Read your patient education information.
* Ask your doctor or supplier questions about your device and take notes.
* Ask what you need to operate your device.
 - Do you need electricity, running water, telephone, or computer connections to operate your device?
* Check to see that your home is suited for your device.
 - Do the stairs, doorways, bathrooms, house wiring, present any problems?
* Keep Instructions for Use close to your device.
* Pay attention to alarms and error messages.
 - Be familiar with what the alarms and error messages mean.
* Follow Instructions as given.
* Call supplier for help if you don't understand how your device works.
* Report to your doctor or device supplier any new problems you have with the device.

Checklist courtesy FDA