Durable Medical Equipment
Use this page to learn more about Durable Medical Equipment and where you can find products specifically for long-term medical conditions and those for which there is no cure. Make your everyday, routine tasks easier and safer with quality medical equipment. Learn more about durable medical equipment and where to find what you need quickly and easily today.
What is Durable Medical Equipment? - These items are important to know if you use Medicare or any other insurance that has durable medical equipment coverage.
How to Find a Reliable Medical Equipment Supplier - Don’t settle for a supplier just because they’re close to your home or work, take the time to find the best medical equipment supplier for your needs.
Medical Equipment Appropriate for Monitoring Alzheimer’s Patients - Reliable alarm systems are available at Mountainside Medical Equipments website for monitoring Alzheimers patients, for increased safety and peace of mind.
Digital Blood Pressure Monitors - Having a blood pressure meter you can trust is vital to monitoring your health condition. It should be comfortable, easy to use, and reliable.
Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors - The best home blood pressure monitors are the ones that not only give accurate readings but also inflate easily, are portable, and let you store multiple readings over time.
Choosing Your Blood Pressure Monitor - Find tips and tricks for finding which blood pressure monitor is right for you with help from Mountainside Medical Equipment.
Blood Pressure Chart - Evaluate your heart health with our Blood Pressure Chart online at Mountainside Medical Equipment.
How a Pulse Oximeter Saves Lives - A pulse oximeter is a small electronic device that attaches to the ear or finger, allowing healthcare professionals to monitor the amount of oxygen in a person's blood.
Stethoscope Parts - Learn more about Stethoscope Parts and medical supplies online at Mountainside Medical Equipment.
Otoscopes - Learn more about Otoscopes online at Mountainside Medical Equipment.
Mobility and Positioning
Buying a New or Used Wheelchair - Tips for shopping for and buying a new or used wheelchair at a reasonable price with the quality features that you need and deserve.
How to Choose a Wheel Chair - Learn how to choose a wheelchair based on patient needs including strength, size, accessories, and functionality to provide adequate support and mobility.
3 Position Recliners - Unsurpassed in comfort and functionality, 3-position recliners are comprised of easy-to-clean upholstery and a durable frame.
Patient Beds - Learn more about the varieties of patient beds online at Mountainside Medical Equipment.
Patient Lifts - All lifts are designed to keep a patient's dignity intact and to move them safely during their transfer.
Home safety Assessment - Identify common areas of the home that may present challenges or fall risks.
Nebulizer Instructions and Information - Using a nebulizer at home isn't difficult at all. Make sure to sit the compressor on a sturdy surface and plug it into a safe outlet. You will probably need a three-prong outlet. Also make sure that your hands, and the treatment area, are clean.
Suctioning Applications - Suction machines are used in a variety of suctioning applications to draw unwanted and potentially harmful materials from a patient.
Oxus Reliability Plus Oxygen Concentrator - Liberate yourself from the confines of the home with an Oxygen Concentrator that you can rely on at Mountainside Medical Equipment.
Solo2 Portable Oxygen Concentrator - The Solo 2 transportable oxygen concentrator is essential for therapeutic oxygen delivery in the home or around town.
Assorted and Specialty
Disposable Vaginal Speculum - Learn more about the history and types of Disposable Vaginal Speculum's with this informative Health Resource from Mountainside Medical Equipment.
TENS Unit Overview - TENS units are fantastic for a pain management routine being highly portable, versatile, and durable.
What is the difference between EMS Units and TENS Units? - Electrical Muscle Stimulators (EMS) are often mistakenly confused with a similar device called a TENS Unit (a Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation unit).