Collection: Vitals Monitoring and ADLs

Monitoring your vitals provides you with critical information regarding the status of your health. Vitals monitoring can help you assess essential functions such as your oxygen saturation, heart rate and blood pressure.   Knowing, tracking, and trending the numerical values of your vitals provides you with insight into your body's vital functions and overall well-being, helping you make informed decisions regarding the need for additional medical assistance.

Additionally, the support of devices to gather objects out of reach highly decreases risk of injury or falls. They allow you to avoid bending over or away in order to grab an item in your surroundings. 

  • Shower Chairs and Transfer Benches

    • Seated support while bathing
    • Allows for seated transitioning in and out of the tub or shower
    • Specifically designed to be used in wet environments
  • Grab Bars, Bedrails and Reachers

    • Sturdy holding surface for entry into and exit from shower area
    • Support to get in and out of bed
    • Support to push off of while sitting at edge of bed prior to standing
    • Support device to recover/ grab items out of reach or at lower surfaces
  • Walkers and Canes

    • Increase ability to walk safely and independently
    • Decrease pain while walking
    • Improve balance to reduce risk of falling
    • Improve tolerance for being on your feet
  • Commodes

    • Adaptable seated surfaces with support to safely get up and down when using toilet
    • 3 versatile locations:
    1. At bedside - used as toilet
    2. Over toilet - giving seated height support and a "push off" surface
    3. In shower - as shower chair
  • Wheelchair

    • Permits involvement in daily activities for those with reduced mobility
    • Decreases risk of falls
    • Improves quality of life for those with decreased strength and balance