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Product launches: RRI, Medline, Sunrise Medical

Product launches: RRI, Medline, Sunrise Medical

Responsive Respiratory has added a new oxygen analyzer to its portfolio of high-pressure respiratory oxygen products. Designed to test key performance functions of supplemental oxygen systems, the O2 Checker is a must-have diagnostic and validation tool for use with most home oxygen equipment on the market today, including portable oxygen concentrators, pneumatic oxygen conserving devices, stationary concentrators and oxygen regulators up to 15 LPM flow rates, the company says. The analyzer measures key functions like trigger pressure, pulse dose, continuous flow rate and oxygen concentration, and features an adjustable simulated breath rate. FMI:  

Medline has added the OptiView Transparent Dressing with HydroCore Technology to its advanced wound care portfolio. This wound dressing features a clear design that allows caregivers to quickly and easily inspect, monitor and blanch skin with the dressing in place. "OptiView is an exciting addition to our portfolio, aimed at overcoming healing barriers and elevating care standards," said AJ Ford, vice president of Medline Skin Health. "We are grateful for the product feedback received from nurses nationwide who helped us make impactful changes to ensure OptiView is a successful addition to a care provider's pressure injury prevention plan." The company says the wound dressing’s benefits include 62% reduction in peak pressure. FMI:

Sunrise Medical has launched the Switch-it Vigo head control. The wireless, proportional head control allows drivers to control their power wheelchairs and other devices with subtle and intuitive head movements. “Adding the Switch-It Vigo to our portfolio reinforces Sunrise Medical’s commitment to offering the most comprehensive powered mobility solutions to chair drivers with the most complex needs,” said Bernd Krebs, chief technology officer of Sunrise Medical. “Clinicians and providers should be reassured that, between our QUICKIE power bases, SEDEO seating systems, and Switch-It alternative drive controls, they can find a solution that will get their clients independently driving.” The Switch-it was developed by Now Technologies, which joined Sunrise Medical in 2022. FMI:


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