Summer is here! Here are some new products designed to help patients travel easier and faster at the airport, on the road, or off the path.
H2Doze CPAP Water is a great new way to maintain health when traveling with sleep apnea.
Even though most patients know distilled water is essential for CPAP treatment, it’s often hard to find small enough portions when traveling.
Each bottle of H2Doze is labeled so that patients can check it right through airport security. It is cleared by TSA and FAA as medically necessary when accompanied by a CPAP machine.
Patients who travel often may also want to incorporate H2Doze into their regular at-home treatment routine. That way there’s no wasted water to pour out from those gallon jugs!
One 16.9 ounce bottle of H2Doze covers two nights of use.
The new Portable CPAP Battery fits in a handbag or small luggage pocket and has even more capabilities and features to benefit patients.
The battery has 110 volts, which means patients can run a CPAP machine for up to 14 hours. Patients can now also use the battery to run their other devices, such as laptops or curling irons.
The two USB outlets next to the AC outlet can charge cell phones even while running a CPAP machine.
This would be a great item for patients traveling in groups or with family!
The Transcend miniCPAP line helps free patients from the constraints of daily CPAP treatment whether traveling or at home.
They’re the smallest, lightest CPAP devices!
The new Transcend 3 is an upgrade on the classic model. It has a sturdier base and a new swivel nozzle to improve comfort. It’s still compact enough to fit in one hand, and it still weighs less than a pound.
Transcend 3 is also FAA approved, so patients can use it in flight. It’s a go-anywhere device.
Sunset’s portable Mini Mesh Nebulizer is our newest great value option for asthma patients.
We think this mini nebulizer is a fun entry into the portable market! It’s handheld, quiet and fast.
Our Mini Mesh Nebulizer is also very attainable — it’s a great option for cost-conscious patients. The NEB400 makes it possible for patients to leave compressor nebulizers at home.
It runs on just two AA batteries or any USB port.
Sunset will be on the road again this September for the HME News Business Summit in Cleveland, and at Medtrade Atlanta this fall. We hope to see you there!