Considering A Digital X-Ray Machine For The Office? Reasons You Need To Get One

Posted on: 22 October 2018

If you have a medical office or practice and you are interested in offering x-ray options on location so you can figure out what is going on with your patients faster, there are many great transportable options to look into. Set a budget and start looking at the different machines that will be the best for your workspace and patient load. There are many different mobile machines that you can take in and out of the rooms, and styles based on the type of x-rays you will be taking each day. [Read More]

Medical Equipment Repair: Devices That Need The Best Repairwork Money Can Buy

Posted on: 14 October 2018

There are medical machines that are vital to human survival. Then there are machines that hospitals can do without if need be. Knowing which machines and medical equipment are most important as well as which ones need to be prioritized above others, is valuable knowledge and a skill to any hospital. The following medical equipment repairs should be placed highest on your hospital's list when your hospital has a lot of equipment that needs repair. [Read More]

Having Problems With Your New Laser Scanning Microscopy Machine? What To Know

Posted on: 11 October 2018

If you have invested the money in a laser scanning microscopy machine for your medical office or laboratory and you aren't sure how to preserve it in the best way possible or how to make sure that it lasts the longest it possibly can, there are some things to keep in mind. You want to know what type of service package comes with the machine when you buy it and how you can keep the machine in the best condition possible. [Read More]

Tips For Preparing Your Home Dialysis Space

Posted on: 8 October 2018

If you or a loved one will soon be starting home dialysis to sidestep having to go to a dialysis center multiple times each week for treatment, then you will need to prepare a special space in your house for the necessary supplies and machinery. While your at-home dialysis training will include specific information about the requirements for setting up the area in your home you will use for treatments, you can get a head start by following each of these tips: [Read More]