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Breathe Easy, Live Better: Your Partner in Home Health Management.

Home Ventilation

Navigating the necessity of home ventilation equipment to aid with breathing, particularly for individuals with conditions such as COPD, neuromuscular disorders, central sleep apnea, and obesity, can be overwhelming.

These conditions present unique challenges, from impaired lung function and weakened respiratory muscles in COPD and neuromuscular disorders due to the brain’s inability to send proper signals to control breathing in central sleep apnea. Obesity-related hypoventilation syndrome further complicates matters by causing shallow breathing or insufficient ventilation during sleep due to excess body weight.

Our dedicated team of professionals ensure you receive the highest quality of care and support. From expert guidance on equipment selection to ongoing assistance with usage and maintenance, we’re here to help you breathe more effectively, and live more comfortably at home.

Quipt’s team of Clinical Respiratory Therapist are experts in home ventilation and work with the hospital, physician, and patient to ensure the prescribed therapy improves the patient’s life and meets their clinical goals.

Home Oxygen Therapy

At Quipt, safety is paramount in our approach to home oxygen therapy. We understand the importance of maintaining a safe environment while using oxygen, which is why we emphasize regular equipment checks, proper ventilation, and adherence to prescribed guidelines.

Proper ventilation is essential to prevent the accumulation of oxygen and reduce the risk of fire. It’s crucial to ensure that the room where oxygen is being used is well-ventilated at all times. Additionally, we strongly advise against smoking in areas where oxygen is in use, as oxygen supports combustion, presenting a serious fire hazard.

To further enhance safety, it’s important to securely place and store oxygen equipment to prevent accidental falls or damage. Oxygen tanks should be stored upright and securely to prevent them from tipping over.

Regular equipment checks are also vital to ensuring safety. We recommend regularly inspecting and maintaining oxygen equipment, including tubing and connectors, to ensure they are in good condition. This includes checking for any signs of wear, damage, or malfunction that could compromise safety.

Your safety and well-being are our top priorities, and we’re honored to be a part of your journey towards better respiratory health.

Our team members will work with you and your physician to provide you the proper oxygen delivery method and accessories based on your condition and lifestyle.

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