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Taking Care of Medical Supplies

Few things are as important to your recovery from some illnesses as medical equipment. When I had a baby who was born with several medical problems, the only thing that coaxed her through jaundice was a bed made with ultra-violet lights. She was able to completely recover from her condition, and it was really great to see how well she did. This blog is all about taking care of medical equipment and supplies, and knowing how they can benefit you or your loved one throughout your recovery. You never know, with the right supplies, you might be able to enjoy a happier, easier recovery.

3 Reasons Purchasing Refurbished Ultrasound Equipment Can Improve Your Medical Practice

22 August 2016
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Doctors, midwives and other medical professionals know that their patients have high expectations when it comes to standard of care and medical expertise. For these reasons, a large emphasis has been placed on providing patients to modern sitting rooms as well as access to advanced medical equipment, as first impressions are vital. Your medical practice can be presented in a professional manner by making smart choices when it comes to choosing refurbished medical equipment. Read More …

Ways To Know Your MRI Needs Repairs

19 July 2016
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When you work with medical equipment every day, you tend to grow accustomed to relying upon that medical equipment and trust that it will always function as it should when you use it. However, no piece of medical equipment is infallible, including the MRI equipment you use on a regular basis. In order to be sure that you are serving your patients well and are not using faulty equipment, get to know some of the ways that you can tell that your MRI needs repairs. Read More …

Increasing The Safety Of Your Home’s Bathroom For An Elderly Relative

13 July 2016
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If you recently took in an elderly relative so they are not living on their own due to mobility difficulties, their safety is most likely foremost on your mind. The arrival of someone with handicap issues means you will need to make a few changes in your home so they are able to get around without becoming injured. The bathroom is one room in the home where slip and fall accidents are always a risk due to the increased moisture in the area. Read More …

Two Things To Do Once You Learn You Have Cancer

11 July 2016
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Cancer is not something that most people want to talk about. If you have recently been notified that you have a form of this disease, you may be frightened. However, by using the tips below, you can better deal with the situation and create an environment where you can prevail over the disease. Establish a Plan of Palliative Care As you are learning more about this disease and coming to grips with what it may mean for your life, it's vital that you assemble a team of health care providers to work on a palliative treatment plan for you. Read More …

Setting Up A Clinic In A Foreign Country? How To Do It On A Budget And Still Help Dozens Of Patients

6 July 2016
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Short-term emergency care clinics in foreign lands are at the heart of several organizations that are trying to bring twenty-first-century healthcare to developing and underdeveloped parts of the globe. If you are a doctor, nurse practitioner or nurse who wants to lead your own group of medical professionals into unchartered territory to provide care in a foreign country, then you will need affordable medical equipment you can take with you. Here is how you can do this on a budget and still help dozens of patients who desperately need good healthcare. Read More …