Respiratory care

Respiratory care unit is the department which includes treatment of the cardiopulmonary system. It includes diseases such as cancer of the lungs, asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia and other such cardiopulmonary diseases, infections and viruses. As such, the work often includes examining patients, performing chest exams, and analysing tissue specimens amongst many others.
As respiratory diseases are one of the most common diseases all around the world, especially with the high rise in air pollution, infection and diseases related to pulmonary canals are extremely common although really unfortunate. So, it is really integral to have the right equipment and accessories to treat the diseases or even diagnose it. Especially, when infants come into the picture. Diseases like pneumonia and asthma can be seen high on this age category. Polymed is equipped with treating all these types of diseases in an appropriate way

We provide an assortment of respiratory equipments options such as Endo Bronchial Suction Catheters, Nasal Oxygen Cannula, Oro- pharyngeal airway, Fixed Concentration Mask, Oxygen Catheter, Variable concentration mask and Aerosol Therapy Mask amongst many others.
We make sure that all our equipments are up-to-date and are in the right condition. Several cross-checking and evaluation of all the equipments are done before providing it to any medical facilities.

Respiratory care Product Range

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