Home Medical Products, Inc. has launched CPAP therapy in Germantown, Tennessee. It fills physician’s prescriptions for medical equipment and provides care plans for in-home patient care. Ventilation therapies at home can lead to improved or maintained quality of life, reduced hospital readmission risk, and reduced risk of death.
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This launch gives residents in Germantown, TN access to care and a full line of medical supplies and accessories for Positive Airway Pressure (PAP). This non-Invasive Ventilation (NIV) therapy does not require a surgical incision or any tube inserted into the airway. Instead, pressurized air pushes into the lungs via mask or mouthpiece.
CPAP is a breathing therapy device that delivers air to a mask worn over the nose and mouth to help with consistent breathing. It’s used primarily for sleep apnea but also in the treatment of other breathing conditions.
The company’s licensed respiratory therapists and clinical staff oversee care plans through home visits, remote monitoring, education, engagement activities, and more. They set the CPAP machines properly to provide a predetermined pressure level when inhaling and exhaling to make breathing more comfortable and effective.
Its network of healthcare partners, vendor partners, payors, insurance partners, software and connectivity solutions, and organizational infrastructure gives patients and caregivers high-quality care. The company conducts proactive consults with physicians regarding medical devices, proper settings, patient care plans, and home usage. It also coordinates hospital discharges when patients need to return home with medical equipment.
Germantown patients now have access to telehealth tools and other engagement solutions for physician-patient interaction. Moreover, technicians gather supplemental health data in the home and provide clinical insights through licensed clinicians.
A company spokesman said, “As many as an estimated 18 million Americans suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea. On a normal night, a person with OSA may experience 60 apneas per hour, and each apnea episode deprives the brain and the body of oxygen, often resulting in poor sleep patterns and increasing risks for other health concerns.”
The launch of CPAP Therapy for Germantown, Tennessee, gives residents access to device therapy and care plan management with quality equipment and professional follow up.
For more information, please call (901) 373-3503.
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