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Durable Medical Equipment Businesses

Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Businesses sell healthcare equipment including but not limited to:

  • Blood sugar meters – single application glucose meters or continuous glucose monitors (CGM) that measure the amount of glucose present in the blood.
  • Blood sugar test strips are used with single application glucose meters 
  • Movement Assistance Devices – Canes, wheelchairs, scooters, crutches, and walkers help those to move about during recovery from surgery, injury and are also helpful with temporary and permanent disabilities.
  • Commode chairs help to assist patients with added height, handles and/or rails
  • Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) devices are used to assist joint movement which helps to increase range of motion and decrease scar formation. 
  • Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) devices are used to deliver pressure to the airway through the nose and mouth and assist those with sleep apnea and who need airway assistance. Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) provides a continuous flow of air. Automatic Positive Airway Pressure (APAP) automatically and continually adjusts to changes in airflow to meet each person individual breathing needs which can change throughout the night. Bi-level or Variable Positive Airway Pressure (BPAP or VPAP) deliver two pressures, an inhale pressure and an exhale pressure.
  • Hospital beds come in various styles. Some provide electric settings to easily raise and lower the full bed, and/or the head and foot of the bed individually.
  • Home infusion services are utilized with chemotherapy, pain medications, nutritional and electrolyte therapies. Infusion pumps and supplies service those in needs of infusion therapy.
  • Lancet devices and lancets are used with diabetes monitoring devices. 
  • Nebulizer and nebulizer supplies are used to support respiratory care services.
  • Oxygen supplies – Oxygen, oxygen tubing and masks and cannulas including systems that provide oxygen and systems that store oxygen. Also includes humidifiers when used in conjunction with oxygen therapy.
  • Patients lift devices assist patients with stairways or getting in and out of chairs and beds.
  • Pressure-reducing support surfaces help those spending a great deal of time in bed to reduce potential bed sore wounds. Pressure-reducing support surfaces help relieve pressure on pressure points to reduce occurrence of flesh wounds.
  • Suction pumps are used in respiratory care to extract fluids and mucous.
  • Traction equipment is used in orthopedics to stabilize bones during the healing process. Traction can also be used to stabilize the head and brain in traumatic brain injury.

For partial list of DME equipment covered by Medicare, please click here.