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In brief: Philips provides update, Tomorrow Health raises funds, Sen. Thune meets members

July 1, 2022HME News Staff

AMSTERDAM – A comprehensive testing and research program on the PE-PUR foam in certain CPAP, BiPAP and mechanical ventilator devices has shown very low prevalence of visible degradation, Philips announced in an update on June 28.  In first-generation DreamStation devices, which represent 68% of registered affected devices globally, testing found:   164 of 36,341 (0.5%) devices with self-reported no ozone use showed significant visible foam degradation.  777 of...

Breas Medical, Medtrade, Philips Recall, ResMed, Sen. John Thune, SleepRes, Tomorrow Health


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SleepRes surveys attendees on V̇-Com

June 29, 2022HME News Staff

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Ninety-two percent of attendees at the recent Association of Professional Sleep Societies (APSS) meeting believe the newly introduced V̇-Com will improve CPAP adherence with new patients and 96% believe it will help with patients struggling with therapy, according to a survey conducted by SleepRes. Additionally, 84% of sleep medicine physicians and mid-levels who responded to the survey believe V̇-Com will decrease phone calls to their offices, as well as to medical equipment...

CPAP, SleepRes, V-Com


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In brief: Quipt expands, ROHC rolls, Withings partners

June 10, 2022HME News Staff

CINCINNATI – Quipt Home Medical has acquired NorCal Respiratory, a provider with three locations in California covering the northern part of the state. NorCal reports unaudited trailing 12-month annual revenues of about $3.2 million and expects adjusted EBITDA of $650,000 post-integration. “We are extremely excited to close the acquisition of NorCal Respiratory, providing us a further expansionary opportunity in California to grow our market share,” said Greg Crawford, chairman...

Encore Healthcare, Healogics, One Drop, OPGA, Quipt, RESNA, Roll on Capitol Hill, SleepRes, United Spinal, Withings


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SleepRes introduces V̇-Com 

June 6, 2022HME News Staff

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – SleepRes has entered the sleep therapy market with V̇-Com, a device that softens peak inspiratory flow to make CPAP devices more comfortable and increase adherence. “This may be the most important comfort factor in the PAP circuit since we developed BiPAP over 30 years ago,” said Eugene Scarberry, retired senior staff engineer at Philips Respironics for 35 years. “At the end of the day it is all about adherence and the V̇-Com is a whole new approach to...

CPAP Therapy, inspiratory flow, Sleep Therapy, SleepRes


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