Durable Medical Equipment

Types Of Durable Medical Equipment Available
Written by Nancy McMahon   
Durable medical equipment is a term that covers a diverse range of apparatus that has been designed to assist patients suffering from illnesses or injuries which restrict their normal mobility and function, and can help people to lead much more normal lives without such a heavy reliance on help from family and care givers.  There are many different types of durable medical equipment available from simple tools such as ramps that can assist wheelchairs users to access steps and vehicles through to highly specialist devices such as hearing aids and breathing apparatus, and many of these can significantly improve the quality of life for patients and offer them ways in which they can be more mobile and independent.
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How Durable Medical Equipment Can Assist People With Impaired Mobility
Written by Nancy McMahon   
Durable medical equipment is used to provide additional support and care to patients outside of the hospital environment and is designed to support both temporary and permanent conditions.  Durable medical equipment ranges from inexpensive items that can be bought from any good healthcare supplier (offline or online) such as walking sticks, basic blood pressure monitors and back supports, through to expensive specialist equipment that needs to be prescribed by a healthcare professional such as prosthetics or dialysis machines. 
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Guide To Durable Medical Equipment For The Home
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Written by Nancy McMahon   
Durable medical equipment can provide ongoing support for patients suffering from illnesses, disabilities or injuries that restrict their mobility and normal daily functions, and come in a diverse range of products from self help tools such as crutches, walkers and grab rails through to complex and expensive devices such as prosthetics and respiratory apparatus. The range of durable medical equipment is diverse and costs can vary significantly depending on the individual person’s needs and the duration of their illness, but there is no doubt that durable medical equipment can significantly improve the lives of many patients and allow them to live at home with the minimum reliance of carers and family members.
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