William Seitz and Dom Coppolo accept the 2023 Zenith Award at AARC Congress. Respiratory Care Leader Honored for Excellence in Products and Services PLATTSBURGH, N.Y., Sunday, November 5, 2023 – […]
MONAGHAN MEDICAL CORP TAKES OVER THE DISTRIBUTION OF AEROCHAMBER® BRAND OF VALVED HOLDING CHAMBERS (VHC) IN THE US RETAIL PHARMACY MARKET
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y., Sept. 05, 2023 – Monaghan Medical Corporation (Monaghan) and Allergan Sales, LLC have announced a mutual agreement wherein Monaghan will acquire back from Allergan all distribution and marketing […]
Partnership makes Monaghan respiratory devices part of AscenDrive supply chain to improve patient outcomes
Access and availability of Albuterol nebulizer solution may be limited due to manufacturing and supply chain issues. The purpose of this document is to provide therapeutic options for patients in need of a short acting bronchodilator medication until desired concentrations become available.
New partnership adds Monaghan respiratory therapy products to Premier’ purchasing and supply chain system
Monaghan Medical Corporation (Monaghan) and Children’s Hospital Association (CHA) today announce their agreement to a three-year contract creating a partnership between two industry leaders.
The American Association for Respiratory Care honors MMC with its 2021 Zenith Award PLATTSBURGH, N.Y., Sept. 02, 2021 — Monaghan Medical Corporation (MMC), a leader in the development, manufacture, and marketing […]
Monaghan Medical Corporation (MMC), a leader in the development, manufacture, and marketing of respiratory devices including the AeroChamber Plus® Flow-Vu® VHC, AeroEclipse® II Nebulizer, and Aerobika® Oscillatory Pep Device, is the recipient of the 2021 Zenith […]
PLATTSBURGH, NY – May 11, 2021: Monaghan Medical Corporation (Monaghan) and Captis today announced their agreement to a three-year contract creating a partnership between two industry leaders. The sole source […]
Nebulizer therapy is a common treatment for many pulmonary respiratory conditions. However, passive inhalation of exhaled emissions including patient viruses may pose a potential risk to frontline staff safety.1 To date, […]