• COVID-19 may alter an established rehabilitation process and recovery timeline. An increasing number of patients which COVID-19 present with pulmonary and cardiac issues and weakness that can contribute to an extended length of stay.

  • In the event of a respiratory arrest or airway obstruction secondary to airway collapse, oxygen can be delivered to the patient to sustain life by means of positive pressure using a manual resuscitator. This device can be deployed at any occasion, with or without air tanks. It is portable, easy to use and no need electrical setup.
  • Mechanical ventilation is a life support treatment, which is indicated when the patient's spontaneous breathing is inadequate to maintain life. It is also indicated as prophylaxis for imminent collapse of other physiologic functions, or ineffective gas exchange in the lungs. Mechanical ventilation may involve a machine called a ventilator, or the breathing may be assisted manually by a suitably qualified professional
  • Over the past decades, the increase in premature babies has become a challenging issue across the globe. Unlike the healthy newborns, premature babies may have more health problems, which include brain, heart, eyes, and respiratory issues. Because of having premature lungs, most premature babies have breathing difficulties to survive.
  • Anesthesia Circuit can be best described as the lifeline between the patient and anesthesia workstation. It consists of various combinations of interfaces, enabling the delivery of anesthetic gases to the patients to be in a consistent and highly regulated manner. Hence, we provide a wide range of devices to equip you with tools to deliver the best outcome to you.
  • Oxygen is necessary for human life. Some people with breathing or lung disorders can’t get enough oxygen naturally and be desaturation, which means low blood oxygen. It will cause shortness of breath, tiredness, and could also damage their body. In order to improve the symptoms, they may need supplemental oxygen to increase the amount of oxygen in their lungs and deliver to blood.
  • Use technical products that aims to improve the function of the respiratory muscles through specific exercises. Training can be inspiratory muscle or expiratory muscle or both. Usually used in patients who have asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, COPD and surgery. Some people also adopt training as their sport training.