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Preparing for the Coronavirus

With the growing concern around COVID-19, respiratory devices are in high demand. Master Medical Equipment is pleased to announce that we have paired with Vyaire and are an official Vyaire EMS Distributor and Service Center. We are running specials on the Vyaire ReVel Ventilator, call 866-468-9558 for pricing. 

 

Limited-time special pricing on a new ReVel Ventilator. A portable care ventilator is critical for respiratory Patients, and is an essential piece of equipment during flu and coronavirus season. Call today for a quote, 866-468-9558 

Our New Resources

We launched several new resources in 2020, which can be found on this page. We have a state-of-the-art digital catalog, which features an in-depth breakdown of units, parts, and PM/service agreements. In addition to our catalog, we also have an AED Buyer’s Guide, our blog, our financing portal, and our service company ReNew Biomedical. 



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We celebrated February being Heart Month by giving away AEDs at the Friends of Heart membership drive. The AEDs were raffled off to:

Medon Fire Dept.
Health Management
Robinson Toyota
Freed-Hardeman University

Are your devices affected?

 

Master Medical Equipment and ReNew BioMedical Owner Mark Taylor talks about the FDA’s critical new PMA regulations and how they will affect the device industry.

IN AN EFFORT to make AEDs and AED capable devices more reliable, the FDA made a final order in February 2015 (Section 515(b)(1)(A) of the FD&C Act (21 U.S.C. 360e(b)) stating that current and future devices with an AED function would have to go through the more robust PMA process to carry the FDA’s approval. Not only does this include AED defibrillators for public access but also any ALS defibrillator in professional settings with AED or analyze functions.

Device OEMs are not the only ones required to submit to this PMA ruling. Aftermarket manufacturers of all necessary AED and defibrillator accessories such as batteries, pad electrodes, adapters and other patient hardware must file a PMA by February 3, 2020. As a result, if an AED or AED capable device is not PMA approved, no accessory, part or supplies can be manufactured or marketed after February 2021.

What does this mean for the thousands of AEDs and AED capable ALS devices that are not PMA-FDA compliant? Contrary to some rumors, all previous 510k approved devices have been “grandfathered” in and are still usable as intended until the needed parts or accessories are no longer available in 2021. Most of these devices, which have already been discontinued by the OEMs, were at the end of their life cycle. […read more]





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