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Respiratory Solutions: Work with caretakers

Q. How can I help child patients maximize their asthma treatment?
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07/01/2019

A. Children are at the highest risk for serious complications from asthma. Providers can help improve quality of life for young patients by educating them on proper inhaler technique and suggesting tools to maximize treatment.

Respiratory Solutions: Reduce liability, rest easy

Q. Why should I make firebreaks standard in my patient oxygen setup?
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05/31/2019

A. Firebreaks are incredibly important and inexpensive devices that can save patients’ lives and reduce injuries.

Crucial component

Sunset expands beyond respiratory

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03/15/2018

CHICAGO – Sunset Healthcare Solutions plans to add TENS units to its product offerings, it announced recently. The two affordable models, the TEN100 and TEN200, will launch this spring.

Cutting overhead drives innovation in oxygen market

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12/29/2017

Oxygen technology continues to make strides, from remote monitoring connectivity to product engineering that bolsters efficiency, durability and longevity.

Sunset Healthcare to distribute BellaMa products

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06/29/2017

WALNUT, Calif. – BellaMa, a manufacturer of breast pumps and breastfeeding accessories, has partnered with Sunset Healthcare Solutions to distribute its line of breast bumps to the home medical equipment market.

Apnea awareness, technology drive sleep

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05/20/2016

The customer base for sleep therapy is growing, thanks to greater exposure in the media and those who use mobile device technology for health management, market specialists say.

In brief:Brightree buys MedAct, OIG releases strategic plan

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11/22/2013

ATLANTA – Brightree has acquired McKinney, Texas-based MedAct, adding 330 HME providers to its customer base.

Sunset launches Tubes for Tots campaign

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11/19/2013

CHICAGO – Sunset Healthcare Solutions has launched its annual fundraising campaign to benefit the Toys for Tots Foundation, according to a Nov. 18 news release.