Medical Equipment Details

Medical Equipment Details

Why choose Care at Home?

  • Sleep study conducted using state-of-the-art technology
  • Sleep study conducted by experienced technicians
  • Report evaluated and issued by specialists
  • Affordable
  • Conducted in the comfort of your home


Order your test now

  • Book your test online or via the Call Centre at 03412467392.
  • Our executive will schedule your appointment.
  • Our Nurse and Technician will conduct the test on the stipulated date and time.
  • A specialist doctor’s report will be issued to you.
  • You also have the convenience of getting a specialist’s opinion about your study and can also buy/rent a branded CPAP or BiPAP machine for a longer period of use, as per the recommendation.

Wheel Chair with Commode at Home - Rent / Sale

A wheelchair is a wheeled mobility device in which the user sits. The device is propelled either manually or via automated systems. Wheelchairs are used by people for whom walking is difficult or impossible due to illness (physiological or physical), injury or disability. Depending upon the patients requirements we provide wheelchairs for their mobility. Different wheelchairs, such as manual, electric, etc. come with different capabilities and different prices.


Bed at Home

It is one of the most economical Medical Equipment choices. This mattress is used for bedsores treatment, decubitus pressure ulcers and for chronic bedridden patients, who are likely to develop pressure sores.


Suction Machine at Home

These are tracheostomy & oral care devices used for removing obstructions from a persons airway. The machine uses suction to pull out mucus, saliva, blood, secretions or other fluids, thus clearing the airway for easy breathing and preventing aspiration. Suction units work by creating negative pressure to draw fluid out of the body through tubing that connects to a collection bottle. Suction machines today are lightweight, portable and technologically sophisticated.

  • Oil free pump
  • Safe
  • Low noise
  • No positive pressures during use


Nebulizer at Home

A Nebulizer is Medical Equipment a small portable machine that changes medication from liquid to mist form, so that it can be more easily inhaled into the lungs. Nebulizers must be plugged into an electrical outlet. They are generally useful for COPD and asthma patients.

  • Provide fast and efficient aerosol drug delivery


Oxygen Concentrator at Home

Oxygen concentrators are the latest Medical Equipment technology for oxygen therapy users who desire a small, lightweight and affordable portable oxygen solution in a compact and mobile unit. They are essential for people with respiratory problems like Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Pneumonia, Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Cystic Fibrosis, Sleep Apnea, Asthma, Heart Failure and Chronic Lung Diseases. The advantages of concentrators are that they are less expensive and don’t require filling like cylinders. The machine runs on electricity.

An oxygen cylinder Medical Equipment is a device filled with high pressure oxygen. It is portable and is useful when there is no power back-up and also in certain medical conditions which require high flow oxygen. Cylinders are available in various capacities, but they require refilling.

  • Balanced compositions
  • No side effects


Ventilator at Home

Ventilator, also known as a respirator or breathing machine, is a medical device that provides a patient with oxygen when they are unable to breathe on their own. Care At Home provides Ventilators on Rent/Sale.


Cardiac Monitor at Home

Cardiac monitoring is used to either identify or rule out a heart rhythm disorder and to determine the right course of treatment. Cardiac monitoring is a part of the monitoring of vital signs in emergency medicine, and generally includes electrocardiography


Syringe Pump at Home

A syringe pump is a pump used to infuse precise and accurate amounts of fluid to a patient through a very fine needle under the skin.


C-PAP / Bi-PAP Medical Equipment at Home

C-PAP or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure is the most popular treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). It uses air pressure generated by a machine delivered through a tube into a mask that fits over the nose or mouth. The pressure is adjustable.

Bi-PAP refers to bi-level or two level positive airway pressure. As in C-PAP, air is sent through a tube into a mask that fits over the nose. While C-PAP generally delivers a single pressure, Bi-PAP delivers inhale pressure and exhale pressure. Bi-PAP is often used with individuals who need extra respiratory support. It is usually prescribed for patients with Congestive Heart Failure, Coronary Artery Disease, Pulmonary, Neurological and Neuromuscular disorders. Most Bi-PAP units offer the humidifier option to prevent drying of the mucous membranes. Both machines are available in portable versions which can be transported very easily. They are about the size of a lunch box. Most Medical Equipment are designed to be silent so as not to disturb the sleeper.

  • Good leak composition
  • Adjustable rise time
  • Detailed monitoring,
  • Appropriate modes,
  • Suitable for Adult / Pediatric use