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Graham-Field secures ‘quick jump’ with Gendron


ATLANTA – GF Health Products has significantly increased the weight capacity of its bariatric product line with its acquisition of Gendron in June, says President and CEO Ken Spett.

Graham-Field acquires Gendron


ATLANTA – GF Health Products has acquired Gendron, a manufacturer specializing in beds, mobility, seating and transfer equipment for the bariatric market.

Rowheels ‘wants to empower the rehab world’


MADISON, Wis. – Rowheels has launched to expand its e-commerce presence beyond just its own products.

Quality Biomedical strengthens vent supply


BOULDER, Colo. – The coronavirus pandemic and the urgent need for ventilators have given preventative maintenance new meaning—and Quality Biomedical a new purpose.

Pandemic prioritizes remote tech


ATLANTA – The coronavirus pandemic has driven home the need for referral sources to use e-prescribing for HME, says Brightree’s Rob Boeye.

Demand for Lumin ‘explodes’


WINTER HAVEN, Fla. – It’s been a whirlwind few months for 3B Medical’s Lumin, which has found a new purpose amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Oventus and Aeroflow get first distribution agreement


BRISBANE, Australia – Oventus Medical announced May 25 that Aeroflow Healthcare has executed its first subcontract to provide patients of Regional Health Diagnostics with the O2Vent Optima oral treatment for obstructive sleep apnea.

A new era for respiratory therapy?

We need ‘the right therapies to go to the right people’

SAN DIEGO – The coronavirus pandemic has raised awareness of the different types of respiratory equipment available, particularly bi-level positive airway pressure machines, says Carlos M. Nunez, M.D., chief medical officer at ResMed.

ResMed launches digital tool for selecting masks


SAN DIEGO – ResMed has launched ResMed MaskSelector, a digital tool to make remote patient mask selection and sizing easier and more effective, helping patients receive the care they need from home.

Invacare tries to even out impact of pandemic

Company balances increased demand for respiratory products with decreased demand for mobility products

ELYRIA, Ohio – Invacare saw decent sales in the first quarter of 2020, particularly in mobility and seating products, but the company expects a decline in the second quarter due to the coronavirus pandemic.