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Learning More About Medical Equipment And Supplies

Hi there, I’m Maisie Kern. I am excited to help you learn more about medical equipment and supplies through my website. The medical world greatly depends on equipment and supplies used for the diagnostic and treatment processes. Without these items, doctors and nurses would not be able to help patients recover from injuries or illnesses. My site will talk about each type of equipment in detail, including the maintenance and repair tasks required for each one. I will also explore all of the different supplies and the various ways they are utilized in a medical setting. Come back anytime to learn more.

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When You Work With Patients: Protective Gear to Keep You Safe from Injury
18 January 2017

When you work with patients in any environment, th

Home Medical Equipment To Assist Your Loved One's Stroke Recovery
7 November 2016

After a stroke, the road to recovery can sometimes

Things To Consider When Getting A New Hearing Aid
18 August 2016

If you're starting to have trouble with your heari

4 Ways To Fight Claustrophobia When You Are Getting An MRI
15 June 2016

If you have hurt yourself, your doctor may have sc

Get The Right Lift Chair For Your Degree Of Mobility With These Tips
10 June 2016

As people age, one of the mobility challenges they

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When You Work With Patients: Protective Gear to Keep You Safe from Injury

When you work with patients in any environment, there are a number of ways you can protect yourself. While you may not need heavy duty protection all of the time, being mindful of infectious diseases is essential when you are doing any type of patient care. If you are responsible for the safety of your staff, you'll want to find the best equipment possible to keep your employees safe. Cut resistant gloves to prevent puncture injuries, face masks to reduce inhaled germs, and even full body outfits to provide protection against bodily fluids may be necessary. Read More 

Home Medical Equipment To Assist Your Loved One’s Stroke Recovery

After a stroke, the road to recovery can sometimes be lengthy and complicated. However, having access to recovery aids at home can be highly beneficial.  Not only do these aids help your loved one remain somewhat independent, but they can also help eliminate caregiver fatigue on your part. If you have a loved one who will be returning home soon, make certain your home is equipped with the right equipment. Read More 

Things To Consider When Getting A New Hearing Aid

If you're starting to have trouble with your hearing, you should consider getting tested for a hearing aid. Hearing aids come in several different styles and offer various features that can match your lifestyle. Here are some thing to consider when choosing the best device for you. Level Of Activity If you play a lot of sports or exercise daily and sweat a lot, then you need a durable hearing aid. Read More 

4 Ways To Fight Claustrophobia When You Are Getting An MRI

If you have hurt yourself, your doctor may have scheduled an MRI for you. However, if you are claustrophobic, getting an MRI can be a nightmare. It's generally an enclosed space where you have to lay still and listen to a machine make lots of noises. You may try to avoid the MRI, no matter what. However, if you are claustrophobic and do have to have an MRI, there are things that you can do to make it easier on yourself. Read More 

Get The Right Lift Chair For Your Degree Of Mobility With These Tips

As people age, one of the mobility challenges they face involves getting up from the seated position. While it's often easy enough to get out of a rigid chair, the same can't be said for couches, due to their soft cushions. Whether you've had a knee or hip operation or you're just finding that your mobility isn't what it once was, it's worthwhile to visit a medical supply store and buy or rent a lift chair. Read More