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Apria's COPD Treatment

Broad Range of Treatment Choices and a Sampling Program

 

The Apria COPD Care Program provides physicians a broad range of treatment choices for COPD patients. Apria offers a full range of nebulized medications along with a sampling program that includes Albuterol, Albuterol/Ipratropium, and a first-dose program. Medications can help early-stage COPD patients control their symptoms and reduce exacerbations.

 

For patients in need of oxygen, Apria offers one of the most comprehensive long-term oxygen therapy programs available, including a travel and relocation program. 

 

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Meeting the Treatment Needs of Your Patients with COPD


 

 

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Medications

Broad Offering of Medications and Convenient Pharmacy Services

  • Convenient overnight delivery to new patients
  • Advanced patient refill reminders
  • 24/7 pharmacy support

Nebulized Medications Delivered to the Patients Front Door

  • Brovana (arformoterol tartrate) 15 mcg/2ml
  • Perforomist (formoterol fumarate) 20 mcg/2ml
  • Albuterol Sulfate 0.083% in 3ml normal saline (2.5 mg unit dose)
  • Ipratropium Bromide 0.02% inhalation solution (p.2 mg/ml-2.5 ml unit dose)
  • Albuterol 2.5 mg with Ipratropium 0.5 mg in 3 ml normal saline (generic DuoNeb)
  • Budesonide 0.25 mg/unit dose and Budesonide p.0.5 mg/unit dose
  • Other: You specify when prescribing

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Sample Kits

Samples at Your Finger Tips

  • Albuterol (10 vials or 2 1/2 days)
  • Ipratropium/Albuterol, Generic of DuoNeb (10 vials or 2 1/2 days)
  • First dose program if samples not available

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Oxygen Therapy

 

24/7 On-Call Clinical Support Back-Up Systems as Standard Protocol

Oxygen Systems That Meet the Patients Needs

  • Stationary options
  • Portability options
  • Conserving systems

Travel Program Covering All 50 States

  • Oxygen system delivery for travel
  • Oxygen system delivery and pick-up at destination

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