Oxygen Tank Refresh

Bringing a child home on oxygen can be a scary or stressful event, so we've created this little reminder page to help you remember anything you forgot between the hospital to home. First things first, gather everything you need. Tank, regulator, key, and tubing and/or cannula. Attach the regulator to the top of the tank … Continue reading Oxygen Tank Refresh

Common Trilogy Alarms

These are some of the most common alarms you will encounter with the Trilogy ventilator and some of the causes and solutions for those alarms. Because who doesn't love a cheat sheet? High Pressure – Could be caused by kinks in the circuit, blockage in the trach tube, increased or thicker mucus blocking the airway, … Continue reading Common Trilogy Alarms

Jovial Jaxon

February is heart month, so what better way to celebrate than by showing off one of our most precious heart warriors! Most people don't even realize that 1 in 100 babies are born with a congenital heart defect (CHD). Of the babies born with CHD, 1 in 4 of those defects will be considered critical … Continue reading Jovial Jaxon

Tenacious Tripp

It's been a while since we've done a patient spotlight, it's like we've been in the middle of a global pandemic or something. Today's spotlight about this little fighter is definitely worth the wait. On March 2,2019, Alyssa Hart was only 26 weeks along in her pregnancy when she went into labor and delivered her … Continue reading Tenacious Tripp

NICU Month

September is NICU awareness month, and if you or a loved one is a NICU veteran, then you know how important it is to bring awareness to the world's smallest fighters. So what is the NICU? NICU stands for neonatal intensive care unit. It's the ICU for babies, the newest members of society. Intensive care … Continue reading NICU Month