Respiratory care it's our specialty!

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With our highly trained staff includes Respiratory Therapist's and even a Nurse Practitioner.

At Quality Medical, we have offered a full range of Respiratory services since 1998, we’ve worked with Doctors and Patients to deliver exceptional Respiratory care. When the doctors have Respiratory needs for their family members they call us.

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Home Oxygen

Why is oxygen therapy helpful?

Oxygen is fundamental to your health. If you have COPD, even when you are not breathless some of your body’s key organs – including your heart, brain, kidneys and muscles – may not be receiving enough oxygen and can be damaged.

If your conditions get worse, it can make it increasingly difficult to enjoy simple daily activities. Oxygen therapy can be prescribed by doctors to help you cope with everyday living.

Oxygen is a medicine. Oxygen therapy increases the oxygen in your blood and provides a range of benefits that include 

Prolonged life

Feeling less tired and less short of breath

Increased ability to move about and to keep a social life

Increased sleep and quality of life

Improved heart function

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Nebulizer

In medicine, a nebulizer is a drug delivery device used to administer medication in the form of a mist inhaled into the lungs. Nebulizers are commonly used for the treatment of asthma, cystic fibrosis, COPD and other respiratory diseases or disorders.

Home Ventilators

Why is mechanical ventilation required?

If you suffer from chronic respiratory failure, severe COPD, or a neuromuscular disorder, you may benefit from non-invasive ventilation (NIV). This type of mechanical ventilation is designed to help lessen the burden on respiratory muscles. It’s a comfortable and affordable solution for patients seeking relief from their respiratory condition. With non-invasive ventilation, you’ll be able to take a full breath while maintaining adequate oxygen supply in your body.

At Quality Medical, we understand the importance of finding the right product for your needs. We’ve gathered some helpful information below. Read on to learn more. If you’d like to browse our selection of non-invasive ventilation inventory, stop in and see us. We’re located in Greenwood, MS.

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How it works?
The way non-invasive ventilation works is by creating positive airway pressure. This means that the pressure outside of the lungs is greater than the pressure inside of the lungs. You’ll receive a mixture of air and oxygen from a generator via a fitted facial or nasal mask. This makes it easier to get oxygen in your lungs and reduces the work of breathing. This will also help keep your chest and lungs expanded after you exhale, so expansion becomes easier with each breath that follows. Be sure to talk to your doctor and have them decide if you should be given a prescription for mechanical ventilation.

What Are The Benefits?

You’re probably wondering what benefits are associated with the use of non-invasive ventilation. First and foremost, you’ll reduce your number of hospital admission and readmissions. It also helps to decrease the amount of effort needed for breathing, which lowers the burden on your respiratory muscles. Other benefits include improved quality of sleep, reduced headaches, and improved or maintained oxygen/carbon dioxide levels in the blood.