We are proud to work with VNA facilities and home health care professionals nationwide to provide adjunctive therapy inside patients’ homes that enhances their quality of life.
King of Prussia, PA (PRWEB) April 06, 2016
ReMarx Medical Services, a Durable Medical Equipment (DME) company and leading provider of compression therapy pumps for in-home patient use, announced today it will attend The Visiting Nurse Association of America’s (VNAA) 2016 Annual Meeting from April 6-8 at the Hyatt Regency in Miami, Florida. The company will be in Booth #216.
Home health care nurses and caregivers will have the opportunity to test and experience ReMarx’s line of Intermittent Pneumatic Compression (IPC) pumps that help treat patients suffering from lymphedema, non-healing wounds, chronic edema/swelling, chronic ulceration, venous insufficiency, reoccurring cellulitis, and other similar complications.
“We are proud to work with VNA facilities and home health care professionals nationwide to provide adjunctive therapy inside patients’ homes that enhances their quality of life,” says Gerry Makoid, founder and president of ReMarx. “We are excited to participate in the VNAA conference and look forward to sharing clinical insights with health care providers that share our goals of helping patients live more comfortably.”
ReMarx’s 4-chamber and 8-chamber compression therapy pumps are used with durable, comfortable garments worn on the arms or legs. The pumps provide airflow to the garments through inflation and deflation that moves lymphatic fluid in the correct physiological direction.
The devices are covered by Medicare as well as most private insurances. Contact ReMarx to schedule a private demo at the 2016 VNAA Annual Meeting.
About ReMarx Medical Services
ReMarx Medical Services is a Durable Medical Equipment (DME) company that works with various types of health care professionals to improve quality of life for patients. The company’s line of Intermittent Pneumatic Compression (IPC) therapy pumps help patients suffering from chronic edema, ulceration, venous insufficiency, non-healing wounds, and other ailments. All products are covered by Medicare and most private insurances in the U.S. Wound care centers, physicians, home health care professionals, and other providers rely on ReMarx and its staff for clinical knowledge, billing expertise, and seamless coordination with patients inside their homes. The company is headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.