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Philips Respironics, Circadiance target pediatric market


MURRYSVILLE and TURTLE CREEK, Pa. – Two players have launched new pediatric nasal masks, a market that is currently under-served but growing rapidly with the rising awareness of obstructive sleep apnea and other breathing difficulties in very young children.

Short takes: Circadiance, Mercy HME


Pittsburgh-based Circadiance has launched the SleepWeaver Advance pediatric soft cloth CPAP mask.

Circadiance ready to rebrand


EXPORT, Pa. – Circadiance has received a scope extension to its ISO 13485 Certificate and CE Marketing for its SmartMonitor and NeoPAP product lines, the company announced June 1.

In brief: Obama nominates CMS chief, Circadiance and Rotech make buys


WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama last week nominated Andrew Slavitt as CMS administrator, according to news reports.

Slavitt has been acting administrator for CMS since Marilyn Tavenner stepped down in February.

Circadiance enters global pediatric market


EXPORT, Pa. – Circadiance has acquired the SmartMonitor and NeoPAP product lines, including the infant apnea monitoring and PAP technologies associated with the lines, from Philips Respironics, the company announced today.

Circadiance looks to the crowd


EXPORT, Pa. – When Circadiance wanted to test the idea of creating an all-cloth CPAP mask for infants and children, it didn’t seek out the opinions of a focus group or lean on some deep-pocketed investors. 

Pediatric market shows promise


HME providers searching for viable non-Medicare business segments may want to take a close look at pediatrics.

Sleep market shows no signs of dozing off


The sleep therapy market has since shrugged off the interruption of Round 2 of competitive bidding and is now finding its equilibrium.

Medtrade Spring in bite-sized pieces

Thursday, May 13, 2010

First off, what you're probably waiting to hear about most: The footprint of the show is smaller, yes, but the traffic has been good. Exhibitors acknowledge that there are fewer attendees, but they say they're "quality" attendees.