Home medical equipment is a term used to describe affordable medical tools that assist in giving patients safe and effective care while they are at home. This significantly lowers stress associated with the course of treatment, aids in patients' quick recovery, and enhances their quality of life. As it is intended for use in homes and is anticipated to withstand repeated use by patients or non-professionals, home healthcare equipment is also known as durable medical equipment (DME). It typically consists of electrical medical equipment like peak flow metres, digital blood pressure monitors, blood glucose metres, and pulse oximeters. These devices come in hospital and home use models, with the features and capabilities of the models varying.