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Used, very good technical condition, French production, Power supply: 230 V, DC: 12 to 36 V, Frequency: 50-60 Hz, Power: 70 VA, Easy to use; simple operation, low noise, Only 5 buttons to... view more
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Med One Group offers a wide variety of ventilators including Puritan Bennett, Viasys, Respironics, Hamilton, & other leading manufacturers. We provide patient ready equipment with purchase, rental,lease and service options.
Ventilator equipment is a type of medical device used to help people breathe. It is used to provide oxygen to the lungs, remove carbon dioxide from the body, and help maintain a patient’s breathing when they are unable to do so on their own. Ventilator equipment is used in hospitals, long-term care facilities, and at home for patients with chronic respiratory conditions.
The price range for ventilator equipment varies depending on the type and features. Basic ventilators can range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars for more advanced models. The cost of the equipment is typically covered by insurance, but out-of-pocket costs may be required.
There are a variety of manufacturers that make ventilator equipment, including Philips, ResMed, and Medtronic. Each company offers a range of models with different features and capabilities. It is important to research the different models to find the right one for the patient’s needs.