NON INVASIVE VENTILATION FOR ST. PAUL, MN PATIENTS
If you or your loved one needs mechanical ventilation, non-invasive ventilation could be a viable option. This easy-to-use technique helps at-home patients breathe easier, whether they’re on palliative care or suffer from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
If you live in Minneapolis, MN or St. Paul, MN, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Corner Home Medical. Our business strives to offer cost-effective, comprehensive NIV care to families and individuals throughout the Twin Cities area.
How NIV Helps
NIV offers a less-invasive mechanical ventilation option for patients who struggle to breathe on their own. People with the following diagnoses can benefit from NIV:
- Neurological disorders, such as multiple sclerosis
- Muscle diseases, such as certain mitochondrial disorders
- Skeletal pathologies, such as kyphoscoliosis
Many of these diseases or disorders lead to alveolar hypoventilation, a condition where patients are unable to take enough breaths per minute. Alveolar hypoventilation usually worsens at night, which is where non-invasive ventilation comes in. Through NIV, patients can breathe normally while they sleep, which improves their quality of sleep and maintains healthy oxygen levels in the body. NIV can also be used on a temporary basis for patients with episodes of respiratory insufficiency secondary to an underlying disease.
How Corner Home Medical Helps
At Corner Home Medical, we do more than just supply you with equipment. We also provide education and training so that you feel prepared to help your loved one at home. One of our staff members will visit you routinely to ensure that your machine functions correctly and that you have all the supplies you need.
We know that when it comes to medical care, one size doesn’t fit all. That’s why we work alongside our patients and their families and caregivers to create comprehensive, personalized plans that match patients’ individual requirements. We do our best to take care of as many details as possible, including contacting your insurance company to discuss your patient’s benefits and coverage.