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Medical Equipment & Supplies

Air Way Medical


Home Medical Equipment and Supplies

Air-Way Medical, Inc. has a comprehensive product line that includes ambulatory aids, patient-room equipment and bathroom safety items to help make life at home easier and much more comfortable for patients with special needs.

Our caring staff make sure to take the time to talk to our patients, their caregiver, and their doctors in order to best evaluate the home environment and provide the appropriate equipment as directed by the doctor's treatment plan. At Air-Way Medical our patients receive more equipment, they receive ongoing caring support.

Equipment can be picked up at our office or a trained staff may deliver the equipment, set it up for safe and easy use by the patient and provide service or maintenance when required. Our billing teams with expertise in Medicare, Medicaid and managed care plans handle third-party billing for the patient.

Our home medical equipment product line includes:

  • Ambulatory equipment, such as canes, crutches and walkers
  • Hospital room equipment, such as hospital beds and bedside commodes
  • Bathroom equipment, such as bath and shower benches, elevated toilet seats and toilet, tub or wall grab bars
  • Phototherapy systems, cabinets, blankets or wraps for babies with jaundice
  • Support surfaces, such as pressure pads and mattresses, for patients at risk for developing pressure sores or decubitus ulcers

Ambulatory Equipment

Single point cane with the option of wood or aluminum tubing with a handle to steady a person's gait. We will help fit you for the right size cane.

Quad cane for more stability then a standard cane great for patients that are looking for more support. A quad can has four rubber-tipped prongs extending from an adjustable aluminum staff. We have the options of large base quad canes or small base quad canes based on the need for support.

Underarm crutches made of aluminum tubing with padding to comfortably fit in the patients underarm and rubber tips to avoid crutches slipping. Crutches are usually used as a pair to support the weight of someone with an injured leg or foot. We will help fit you for the right size crutches to maximize comfort and stability.

Forearm crutches made of reinforced aluminum tubing topped with guides for the patient's forearms and grips to hold onto. Forearm crutches are are usually used to steady the gait of a person with a neuromuscular disease or birth defect.

Adjustable folding walker made of aluminum tubular frame with four adjustable legs to accommodate the patient's height. The walker has handgrips to aid the patient.

Adjustable non-folding walker has an aluminum tubular fame with four adjustable legs to accommodate the patient's height. The walker has handgrips to aid the patient.

Folding wheeled walker is similar to the folding walker except that it is equipped with wheels. This feature allows a person to glide if he or she isn't strong enough to lift the walker.

Walker accessories including Walker Wheels, Baskets and Trays.

Standard wheelchair has non-removable, full-length arms, footrests (usually adjustable) and wheel locks. It generally accommodates patients 5 feet 5 inches to 6 feet tall weighing 110 to 200 pounds. A narrow wheelchair is slimmer than the standard wheelchair and may be used to fit through more narrow doorways.

Hemi-wheelchair has a lower seat than the standard wheelchair to allow a person to propel with his or her feet. This wheelchair is used by people not tall enough to be able to place their feet on the ground while in the chair.

Lightweight wheelchair is lighter than the average standard wheelchair and is used by people who lack the upper-body strength to propel himself or herself in a standard wheelchair. Heavy-duty (or bariatric) wheelchair is used by people who weigh more than 250 pounds.

Reclining wheelchair has a high back, a headrest and an extension, and the back reclines to various degrees.

Hospital Room Equipment

A manual hospital bed is used by patients who require changes in body positioning not feasible in an ordinary bed. It allows the patient's head to be elevated and the knees to be flexed by using a hand crank. The height of the bed cannot be adjusted.

Semi-electric bed is best for patient who requires immediate and/or frequent changes in body positioning because of pain, difficulty breathing or other issues. A semi-electric bed is helpful for patients who are left alone so that they can make their own position adjustments. The head and knee sections are adjusted by a power hand control, and the height adjustment is manual.

A full electric bed, needed by patients who require frequent changes in body position, allows a person to make positions without adjustments. The head and knee sections and the height of the bed are adjusted by a power hand control.

A bedside commode is an apparatus with four legs that supports a toilet seat and a removable pail for easy cleaning. It is used by people who have difficulty getting to the bathroom.

Bathroom Equipment

Bath and shower benches to provide comfort and make bathing easier.

A tub transfer chair is used to transfer a patient from a wheelchair to a tub. A portion of the bench, which has a back and four adjustable legs, is outside of the tub and the other portion is set inside.

An elevated toilet seat is a safety item that sits on the rim of a toilet, making it easier for users, such as seniors, to get on and off the toilet.

Toilet, tub and wall grab bars give a patient extra security in the bathroom.

Phototherapy Systems

Baby-friendly treatment with BiliBed - The natural place for your baby is near you, and with our Bilibeds you can keep your baby close even during therapy. Therapy for newborns with hyperbilirubinemia are done in a cradle, literally, because the BiliBed can be fitted into most standard hospital cots. No eye protection necessary - During treatment of hyperbilirubinemia your baby is wrapped in a soft Bilicombi blanket on the BiliBed. Your baby is protected by the Bilicombi blanket from spread light, so there is no need for any inconvenient and uncomfortable eye protection. Easy to use - To treat hyperbilirubinemia, the cot mattress is replaced by the BiliBed. The baby is laid on the baby support in the fleecy Bilicombi blanket. Two hour meters monitor the therapy and the total time the BiliBed has been used during hyperbilirubinemia treatment. Highly effective - The BiliBed is equipped with a blue fluorescent tube. The light from the tube is precisely directed and set up at the minimum required distance from the baby, ensuring high light efficiency and outstanding therapeutic results. Energy-saving operation - The BiliBed requires only a single fluorescent tube to treat hyperbilirubinemia, with a life of 1500 hours. Its power requirements are only 30 Watts. Operating costs are kept to a minimum.

Support Surfaces

Did you know that consistent use of a wheelchair increases your chances of developing pressure sores or decubitus ulcers? The best way to avoid pressure sores and decubitus ulcers is to regularly repositions yourself within the chair. If you are not able to reposition yourself frequently the following products are available to help reduce the risk of pressure sores or decubitus.

  • Alternating pressure pad with pump
  • Dry pressure mattress
  • Air pressure mattress
  • Gel pressure mattress
  • Low air loss mattress
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