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US Med-Equip partners with Turn Medical to help hospitals gain on-demand access to new automated prone therapy bed for critically ill respiratory patients

National provider of rented medical equipment, USME, boosts support for clinicians, facilitates access to Pronova-O2 automated prone therapy system

As healthcare professionals continue to battle COVID, the flu, and other respiratory illnesses, hospitals nationwide are gaining on-demand access to therapeutic beds with the latest technology to help patients heal. US Med-Equip (USME) partnered with Turn Medical to help meet the extraordinary demand from hospitals turning to smarter options to save costs while providing the highest standard of patient care. 

The partnership accelerates hospitals' access to Turn Medical's Pronova-O2 Automated Prone Therapy System, which enables a clinician to not only turn a patient into the prone (face-down) position and back into the supine position (on their backs) but also delivers bilateral continuous lateral rotation up to 65 degrees - all with the simple touch of a button. Research has shown that placing patients in pulmonary distress on their abdomens (prone) can help prevent complications from inflammation and fluid buildup in the lungs, poor oxygenation from the weight of the heart and abdominal organs, and pressure injuries on the skin from lying in one position too long, and ultimately result in quicker recovery and reduced mortality.

"It can take six to eight clinicians to physically place a patient in the prone position and just as many to return the patient to the supine position for CPR," Turn Medical CEO Tara Psencik said. "This labor-intensive process takes a toll on patients and clinicians alike, especially as more and more bedside clinicians having experience with the complex process of proning patients are leaving the healthcare practice altogether. Our nation is full of hospital systems reeling from staffing shortages and lack of bedside clinicians to care for the most critically ill patients, and this partnership with US Med-Equip, nationally recognized for supporting healthcare heroes, is a positive step forward. It brings together two customer- and patient-centric organizations offering innovative technology, logistical infrastructure, evidence-based solutions, and the resources necessary to increase the availability of automated prone therapy systems."

US Med-Equip partners with thousands of hospitals across the nation for the rental, sales, service and asset management of medical equipment—diagnostic and clinical devices ranging from ventilators to therapeutic patient beds. 

"As clinicians provide life-saving care, they count on the highest quality medical equipment to help their patients heal," US Med-Equip CEO Greg Salario said. "Our partnership with Turn Medical will offer hospitals greater access to specialized proning beds designed to help their patients heal without risking clinicians' bedside injuries."

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The world’s only anonymous singer-songwriter, Peter Lake, emerges out of the woods with his EP ‘GREEN’ dedicated to the epic love affair between Blue...

Says Peter Lake: "I will be known as the greatest songwriter of all time. Get on board early! If you're going to climb a mountain, why not Everest?"

The self-proclaimed "Ghost of New York" strikes again with three hit songs that make up his first release of 2023. Peter Lake, the world's only anonymous singer-songwriter, emerged on the scene in the last 24 months with a series of songs that have garnered over 23 million streams on Spotify and 19 million streams on YouTube. Once again, Lake has used his music to create powerful messages to help listeners all around the world find comfort and seek optimism. In his lead single "Sweet Sour Minds" Lake tapped into to his growing fan base and promised to write the song about whatever they decide. The process, which Lake documented on his YouTube channel, led to his writing of "Sweet Sour Minds." Lake reveals the idea that 'We can give anything power by loving it, and if that thing turns on us, it can destroy our spirit. But in the end, after it all settles down, we remain optimistic, somehow it's fine."

The song Crowds is an ode to Lake's favorite collaborator, Charley Drayton, whose unequaled drum beats make the song at once a vehicle for Lake's sometimes mysterious lyrics, as well as a fast-paced anthem that protests against the unfair use of power. Lake comments that "Charley's drums sound different. There is a magic there. I'm so glad he's finished touring with Bob Dylan. I need Charley back."

Perhaps the most unusual element of Lake's latest EP is the song "Comfort's Cross" which seems to contradict Lake's genre of electro pop. In this recent release, Comforts Cross reminds the listener of Lake's premise that music no longer has any genres. The song, a classic ballad that Lake originally wrote as a poem in response to the loss of a loved one and the grieving thereafter, is a naked and visceral emotional response that is led by his voice, and is supported by minimal background music.

Green is now available globally wherever music is streamed. To learn more about the music of Peter Lake, please visit his social media. @peterlakemusic

All inquiries can be directed to [email protected].

Artist Biography:

Peter Lake is a Canadian born, New York City based singer-songwriter who revels in anonymity. In an age where privacy is rare, Peter is convinced that his ability to create music is protected by his anonymity, and by working with unconventional partners in an attempt to avoid the constraints of traditional record deals, which often consider recorded music as a means to promote tours. Peter is the first of a kind: an artist who will only do live concerts via a web-based platform, thereby freeing him to focus exclusively on writing and recording new, original music that crosses all genres. In the process, Peter has assembled one of the largest singer-songwriter catalogues in the industry. His musical influences include Neil Young, Max Martin, David Bowie, Motown, and Drake. It's no surprise that his songs are hard to place, often flying between (and combining) House beats, crunchy guitar riffs and "traditional chants and natural sounds." Lake considers his work as that of starting an avalanche: you don't know which snowflake starts the avalanche, "my job is to make it snow." Through his consistent work over the next decade Lake plans to gradually displace Max Martin as the greatest songwriter who has ever lived.

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Original Source: The world's only anonymous singer-songwriter, Peter Lake, emerges out of the woods with his EP 'GREEN' dedicated to the epic love affair between Blue and Yellow
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