Mobile Power for Medical Equipment 

If you are dependent on the use of essential medical equipment on a day to day basis, you need to ensure that is never too far away from an effective power source.  From the humble hearing aid right through to life-saving nebulizers and breathing machines, the medical equipment you rely on needs to be able to work in all conditions.

As a potential patient safety issue, ensuring access to an effective and dependable power source at all times is vital to never being caught in a dangerous situation.  A dead battery could have a potentially devastating effect,  and be a situation that every doctor, nurse, and the patient would like to avoid.

If you rely on medical equipment for everyday living, you also rely on the power that keeps them running. A RIVER Portable Power Station offers you the power you need, as well as a good variety of input options to ensure that whatever type of equipment you rely on, it will always be operational.

Away from the home, it is vital to ensure that you have access to a power supply that will keep your much needed medical equipment up and running.

  1. Mobility Scooters

If you depend upon a scooter or electric wheelchair to travel freely, you will want to know that it is always fully powered up and ready to go.  Being stranded in a chair or scooter that has run out of power is not an ideal situation at all.  Without a dependable power source, a scooter or electric wheelchair cannot function properly, and your independence will be severely limited. Investing in a portable power station should help to ease your concerns and ensure that you are always fully mobile, even when away from home.

  1. CPAP Machines for Sleep Disorders

CPAP machines are traditionally used to treat suffers from sleep apnea or severe snoring.  Not being able to get a good nights sleep can be highly detrimental to your quality of life and the same for those around you.  CPAP machines are used at home and rely on access to a power source to keep them operational at all times.

  1. Nebulizers

Patients suffering from respiratory conditions or restrictions can benefit from the use of a nebulizer. These devices transform medication from a liquid to a mist so that can be easily inhaled into the lungs. Nebulizers are most commonly used for delivering asthma medications to children, so power failure is not an option! Planning a trip or camping outing?

  1. Breathing Machines

Respirators and other breathing equipment are vital to a patient who struggles to breathe on their own.  Using a small machine kept close to the bed or chair, air is pushed into the lungs using pressure to keep oxygen flowing in and out.  When a patient is unable to breathe well on their, these devices are literally life-saving.  They continually need access to a power source to operate.

  1. Monitors

If you have a condition that requires treatment away from the hospital, you will probably also have monitoring equipment to assess your condition at all times.  These could include heart monitors, pulse oximeters, blood coagulation meters, capnography monitors or home EKG equipment. Whatever your device is designed to measure, it will need to be powered up to ensure accurate results.

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