People who experience a traumatic brain injury may have sleep problems for up to 18 months after, though many may not be aware of it, according to a new study.
Working at night is unhealthy for the heart and increases the risk of sustaining coronary heart disease, meaning a disease of the coronary arteries.
Drive Medical Acquires DeVilbiss Healthcare, Creating a Worldwide Leader in Respiratory, Sleep and Durable Medical Products
Drive Medical announced today that it has completed its largest acquisition to date, acquiring DeVilbiss Healthcare effective July 2, 2015. The acquisition provides Drive, one of the fastest growing manufacturers of durable medical equipment, with one of the most valued brands in the respiratory and sleep categories in the healthcare industry.
SOMERSET, PA – May 6, 2015 – Redesigned and reintroduced today, the DeVilbiss iFill® Personal Oxygen Station was updated with improved reliability and durability in mind. Continuously improving quality, DeVilbiss has made several updates to the iFill system’s design over the past few years.