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PHS’s goal: ‘More care to more children’

July 22, 2022Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

ROSEVILLE, Minn. – A recent pair of acquisitions will allow Pediatric Home Service to further build out its continuum of care in new markets, says CEO Adam Nielsen.  The company last week announced new partnerships with Craig HomeCare, a provider of pediatric nursing services in Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, and Cherub Medical Supply, a pediatric-focused respiratory and DME provider in the Kansas City area.  “We believe what we do for the kids is the best and we want...

Home Medical Equipment (HME), Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Pediatric

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Short takes: Circadiance, Mercy HME

June 14, 2016HME News Staff

Pittsburgh-based Circadiance has launched the SleepWeaver Advance pediatric soft cloth CPAP mask. The company recently received FDA clearance to market the mask in the United States, after launching the product in Europe several months ago. The mask is making its debut at the SLEEP conference this week in Denver…Sioux City, Iowa-based Mercy Home Medical Equipment has appointed Micah Bonderson as manager. Bonderson was previously a branch manager for Avera Home Medical Equipment in LeMars, Iowa....

Circadiance, CPAP, Manager, Mercy Home Medical Equipment, Pediatric

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Circadiance looks to the crowd

October 3, 2014Kelly Bothum

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. Instead, it went straight to the crowd.On Sept. 30, it launched an online fundraising campaign on Indiegogo, surpassing its goal of $50,000 on its first morning. At press time, it had raised more than $80,000.“We are the No. 1 trending crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo,” said...

Circadiance, CPAP Mask, Pediatric

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Need advice on pediatric OSA?

March 31, 2009Mike Moran

Pediatricians should ask about sleep during every well-child visit, advises Dr. Lisa Meltzer. "Children who snore, have problems falling asleep, are difficult to wake in the morning, or who fall asleep in school should be further evaluated for sleep disorders," she says. Meltzer was the lead author of a study called "Prevalence of Sleep Disorders in Pediatric Primary Care Practice." Her research was presented June 8 at Sleep 2009, the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Associated...

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), Pediatric, Sleep Apnea, snoring

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