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Understanding the Proper Use of Medical Supplies

When my wife was diagnosed with a serious medical condition, I knew that it was time to learn how to help. I started paying more attention to the condition of the house and watching the kids whenever I could. I also talked with her doctor about learning how to use the medical supplies that she had at home, so that I could help her to change IVs and replace bandages. It took awhile to learn, but eventually, I was able to get the process down. The help that I was able to offer my wife meant a lot to her, and I knew that it was because of my understanding of the medical equipment. This blog is all about learning how to use medical supplies.

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Understanding the Proper Use of Medical Supplies

2018

Why Your Medical Devices Need Routine Maintenace

If you rely on medical equipment to monitor a health condition or deliver medication, then you need to seek out the services of a medical equipment maintenance professional. People who use in-home medical devices or equipment are typically those suffering from cardiovascular problems, diabetes, and sleep apnea-related problems. In-home medical equipment can also be used to deliver enteral feedings to those who are unable to tolerate oral feedings, and for people who require the use of oxygen.

Tips To Help You Put Together A 72-Hour Kit And Prepare For An Emergency

You never know when a natural disaster or other emergency is going to occur, or when you will need an emergency kit. It is a good idea to build your kit and keep it in your vehicle so that wherever you are, such as at work, out shopping, or at home, you will always have it with you. Here are some tips to help you put together a complete 72-hour emergency backpack kit for yourself and for each member of your family.

What's Ionizing Radiation And How Do You Detect It?

If your doctor detects high levels of radon in your blood, you may have many concerns about your health. You may even wonder how radon entered your body in the first place. Radon is a form of ionizing radiation, which can be made by man or created by nature. If you expose your lungs and other tissues to ionizing radiation, it can have serious effects on your health. Here's more information about ionizing radiation and how you can detect it.