QualiBreath sternum support gives peace of mind
Stories like this one, and countless others that we've encountered, make what we do worthwhile.
Another satisfied heart surgery patient had this to say about QualiBreath:
"My dad went in for a very unexpected triple by pass a couple weeks ago. I grabbed him a Qualibreath and had it on standby at St. Boniface. He didn’t end up putting it on until he got home a week post surgery. As soon as he put it on you could see the relief on his face, he literally took the heart pillow and tried to throw it and asked me to remove it from the house as he never wanted to see it again lol
The gentleman mentioned in the review felt immediately the benefits of QualiBreath once he tried it on and dismissed the pillow.
Hospitals in many places provide "postoperative pillows". But these pillows may not always be a good solution, read here why.
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