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Welcome to Elixair

Mission:

The purpose of our existence is to successfully build and continually deepen relationships with our valued customers. Since 1992 Elixair has carried on this mission by means of providing excellence in home health care products throughout Southern California.

Vision:

To become your provider of choice, delivering products and services to you with high ethical standards and a supreme level of care in an innovative, yet cost-effective manner.

Our Promise

We promise to work daily and diligently in order to fulfill our mission.

  • Our knowledgeable sales team will earn your trust, as they consistently deliver on their promises to you.
  • Our friendly office staff will strive to simplify the order intake process and documentation requirements.
  • Our professional technicians will promptly deliver, set up and instruct each valued customer on the proper implementation of the physician's order and plan of care, leaving behind a positive sense of reassurance.

Our Products

Power Mobility

Power Wheelchairs

Scooters

Lift Chairs

Ramps

Lifts

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Manual Mobility

Manual Wheelchairs

Walkers

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Oxygen & Respiratory

Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Portable Nebulizers

Pulse Oximeters

Stationary Oxygen Systems

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Sleep Therapy

CPAPS

BiPAPs

Masks & Supplies

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Incontinence Care

Protective Underwear

Fitted Briefs

Underpads

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Bed & Bath

Hospital Beds

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Articles

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OSA and CSA: The 2 Types of Sleep Apnea and How They Differ

If you’re constantly feeling drowsy despite a full night’s rest, or your partner’s noted that you snore loudly and occasionally stop breathing when you sleep, you might have sleep apnea. This is a sleep disorder that impacts an estimated 12% of the population, according to the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. But what many don’t realize is that there’s more than one type of sleep apnea out there. Keep reading to learn more about OSA and CSA, and how these two types of sleep apnea differ.

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Will Long-Term Care Insurance Cover My Medical Equipment for In-Home Care?

Long-term care insurance can provide for many of your medical expenses if you should require professional care later in life. But will it cover the cost of medical equipment that you use at home to treat a medical condition? This article will answer that question, as well as providing more information about what long-term care insurance covers, and other types of insurance that might cover at-home medical equipment.

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How Aging in Place Improves Quality of Life for Many Seniors

If you have a senior family member who struggles with their own care, you’re likely considering having that dreaded discussion with them—the possibility of having them live at a care facility instead of at home. For many families, this is the first thing that comes to mind when it becomes clear that an elderly loved one is struggling. But in reality, moving your family member to a care facility may not actually be what’s best for them. Aging in place, in the comfort of their own home, can improve quality of life for many senior citizens, provided they have a safe environment and the necessary support to do so. Here are just a few ways aging in place can improve your loved one’s quality of life.

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