People who suffer from what they suspect to be a sleep disorder often have a hard time pinpointing the exact condition that’s keeping them up at night.
One of the most popular diagnostic tests is to have patients undergo an overnight pulse oximetry test screening, which can provide the crucial data needed to determine whether a patent suffers from sleep apnea or other common sleep disorders.
This simple test evaluates blood oxygen levels and can be done at home. Unlike other diagnostic methods used to detect sleep apnea, oximetry is so simple that there’s little chance the patient will make a mistake in using the device.
This can be seen in the technologically sophisticated but surprisingly simple Nonin WristOx 2, Model 3150, the most advanced wrist-worn pulse oximeter available, and can be used for cardio-ambulatory monitoring, remote wireless monitoring and overnight studies. Patients simply wear the device like a wristwatch, then connect the easy-fit sensor to the end of their index finger.
Capable of storing 1,080 hours of memory, the WristOx 2 measures the pulse rate and SPO2 values at various sampling rates. For more efficient diagnosis, the unit can securely transfer data via Bluetooth to nVISION Data Management Software to generate a full report from the data collected by the oximeter.
Versatile, simple and comfortable, the WristOx 2 is an essential piece of equipment for any office or practice that regularly deals with patients suffering from sleep disorders.
CPT Code 94762: Overnight Oximetry, Noninvasive ear or pulse oximetry for oxygen saturation; by continuous overnight monitoring (separate procedure) hold a $24.72 national Average reimbursement. Overnight, Patient Hookup, tests for less than 5 minutes.
FREE SPIROMETER!!! EXTENDED!!! Buy a Welch Allyn CP 150 or PC Based ECG machine and get a free spirometer until August 31st, 2015
Medical Device Depot wishes you a safe and happy 4th of July.
Remembering those who serve, and those we lost, on Memorial Day.
On Tuesday, February 24, 2015, employees John Gladstein and Matt Berens hit the ice rink with the Washington Capitals players for a good cause. The skating party that was hosted by the washington capitals benefited Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors.
TAPS is a non-profit organization which offers compassionate care to all those grieving the death of a loved one serving in our Armed Forces.
Medical Device Depot recently donated two GE Mac 1200 EKG Machines to Promise for Haiti. These EKG machines will be used to assist daily services at the Hopital Bienfaisance de Pignon in Haiti.
Dr. Omer L. Shedd has these words to say regarding the donation:
I wanted to write a note of my sincerest appreciation for your kind donation of ekg machines for Promise for Haiti. This hospital mission is truly unique in that it requires Haitians to have an active role in their health care and is not just another donation driven facility giving solely handouts. Their mission is to teach the Haitians skills to eventually become self sustaining.
I will be going back down later this year and will try to get some pictures to you. We look to start implanting pacemakers in early 2015 and could not have done this without your help!!!
Thank you again,
Omer L. Shedd, MD, FACC, FHRS
For more information on EKG Machines, visit Medical Device Depot.
MedAssets Performance Management Solutions, Inc.
DATE: April 17, 2014
RE: Authorization of Medical Device Depot, MedAssets Medical/Surgical Distribution
Medical Device Depot is contracted as an authorized distributor with MedAssets.
Please recognize Medical Device Depot as an authorized MedAssets Distributor. Where appropriate, please send all contract information pricing to Medical Device Depot at the address below:
Medical Device Depot
3230 Bethany Lane Ste. 8
Ellicott City MD 21042
Please call or email if you have any questions or need additional information.
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Matt Berens (left) and John Gladstein (right) with John Carlson.
On Monday, February 3, MDD employees John Gladstein and Matt Berens hit the ice rink with Washington Capitals players for a good cause. The skating party charity, hosted by Washington Capitals players John Carlson, Connor Carrick and Jack Hillen, benefited the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS). John and Matt, who both participate in recreational hockey leagues, joined participants in an hour long skating session with Carlson, Carrick and Hillen.
TAPS is a nonprofit organization that provides comfort and care for anyone who is grieving the death of someone who died while serving in the military.
On Saturday June 8, Medical Device Depot employees ran in the 5K Run and Fun Walk to Stop the Bleeding, a chip-timed run & fundraiser on behalf of the Hemophilia Foundation of Maryland. Congratulations to all of our runners!