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Benefits Of An Electric Adjustable Bed After Hip Surgery
Our electric adjustable beds provide welcome relief and assist many people on their return home and recovery from hip surgery. The electric adjustable bed allows you to elevate either the foot or the head separately or both together to give...
New Lease of Life For Mobility Scooter Owner
A MOBILITY scooter has given a new lease of life to Brisbane retiree Jim Anderson. The Kangaroo Point resident was impressed with the scooter as a form of travel. “It is a safe way to travel,” Mr Anderson said. “It...
Mobility Scooter Rules and Laws for NSW and QLD
Using a mobility scooter or motorised wheelchair in NSW Scooters, gophers and powered wheelchairs all come under the umbrella term ‘motorised wheelchairs’. A person using any of the above machines is defined as a ‘pedestrian’ under the NSW Road Rules....
Why Buy From EasyCare Group Equipment?
Best Price Guarantee We guarantee to beat any written quote in Australia. Being the Manufacturer and the high volumes of stock we carry we can provide the best value price to you! Australian Made Our beds and chairs are all...
Emphysema; Treatment and Prevention
Alright without any further ado, let’s get started and let’s go over chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease which you will see abbreviated many times as COPD is the term used for two different chronic lung diseases which...
How Portable Oxygen Concentrator Improve The Life Of a Person With COPD
There is no cure for COPD. However lifestyle changes and treatments can help you feel better, stay more active and slow disease progression, the goals of COPD treatment are to relieve symptoms, slow the progression of disease, improve exercise tolerance,...
Early Diagnosis of COPD and what to do after...
Early detection of COPD is essential for those who may be at risk. Once the disease is diagnosed, treatment can be started that can slow down or help prevent further damage from occurring to the lungs. An ongoing cough with...
Medical Oxygen Therapy And Their Correct Use
Recent papers have shown that amongst practicing trainee doctors and nurses there is a lack of knowledge about oxygen therapy devices and their correct use. There are also many false beliefs with the result that many patients on general wards...
Understanding Emphysema and Supplemental Oxygen
Understanding Emphysema means inflate or swell. Which makes sense because in the lungs of people with emphysema, the alveolar air sacs which are the thin walled air spaces at the ends of the Airways where oxygen and carbon dioxide are...
Do you experience difficulty in breathing?
Struggle to breathe, it's a disease that affects the lungs and can eventually make the otherwise unconscious effort of breathing seem almost impossible. COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease can do damage for decades without giving any noticeable signs that...
Low and normal blood oxygen levels what to Know
Blood oxygen level is the amount of oxygen circulating in the blood. Most of the oxygen is carried by red blood cells, which collect oxygen from the lungs and deliver it to all parts of the body. The body closely...
Ways to Improve and Understand Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis
Emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Usually these are caused by smoking, but there are things that you can actually do to improve the symptoms of your COPD, if you’ve already been diagnosed with it. So, let’s talk about how to make...
Understanding COPD and how medical oxygen can help
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD is a lung disease that makes it difficult to breathe. A long-term disease that often gets worse over time, and it’s characterised by inflammation and severe limitation of airflow in and out of the...
7 Good Reasons why the SimplyGo Mini is the Best Portable Oxygen
If you are looking for a light weight, high output portable oxygen concentrator, then the Simply Go Mini ticks all the boxes. Your Simply Go Mini will accompany you wherever you go, providing you with medical grade oxygen and allowing...
Guide to using supplementary oxygen
Why we need oxygen? In order to sustain life our bodies take in oxygen at each breath. Clean dry air at sea level contains about 21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen and small amounts of other gases. Oxygen molecules move from the tiny alveoli cells...
Keeping your lungs in shape & working for you by D.R Alen F. Barker MD
There are several lung conditions that impact on the ability of the lungs to successfully clear out mucous from the lungs. Mucous production and clearance is a normal process of a healthy lung. The cilia, small fine hair like processes...
Does my oxygen concentrator need servicing?
Low maintenance technology at its best Created with living and convenience in mind, most portable mini oxygen concentrators have been designed to be as low maintenance and intuitive as possible. Featuring a sophisticated filter and sensor system, regardless of the...
Buying a second hand oxygen concentrator? Think again...
You are starting to feel a bit breathless as you climb the stairs, maybe you get tired more easily and find doing daily tasks more and more difficult because you find yourself struggling to obtain enough oxygen. These types of...
02 Saturation levels and what do they mean?
What should my 02 Saturation level should be? A range of 94-99% is normal for healthy adults breathing room air which contains 21% oxygen. Anyone who is not achieving the critical blood oxygen saturation level of 90% (SpO2) or of...
Can I overdose on Oxygen?
Many Australians have some form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). COPD is a broad term that includes sufferers of emphysema, chronic bronchitis and chronic asthma or a combination of any of these three diseases. A chronic disease is a...
How does the Ultra Fill work?
The Ultra Fill oxygen system is a fantastic product for anyone seeking a solution to a ready supply of filled oxygen cylinders. It is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of oxygen patients including those who are...