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The Importance of Priming Your IV Tubing

The Importance of Priming Your IV Tubing

Healthcare providers may perform IV therapy to combat excessive blood or fluid loss, administer pain medication, or a plethora of other reasons. Because it is such a common occurrence, healthcare providers must follow all the best practices for using IV tubing. This includes spiking and priming tubing correctly. Although it’s a small part of the process, the importance of priming your IV tubing cannot be overstated.

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Med One Industry Insights - Doug Green

Med One Industry Insights - Doug Green

By Bryson Cutler

We recently sat down with Doug Green, Senior Vice President Director of Corporate Development at Med One, for his Industry Insights spotlight. In this interview, we explore how strategic partnerships with an equipment leasing company can help medical device vendors sell more equipment. Doug considers himself the "Med One Story Teller" and loves to talk about the two stars in our story: health care providers that are committed to deliver outstanding care to their patients and our vendor partners who help them acquire the equipment they need.

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The Different Ventilator Modes

The Different Ventilator Modes

Providing quality patient care is not only about having the proper medical equipment, it’s about using the equipment effectively. Part of knowing how to use medical equipment to your advantage is understanding all of its applications, features, and modes. There are several different modes on a ventilator, for instance, that can provide various types of respiratory care depending on the type and stage of treatment that a patient requires.

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Remote Patient Monitoring: What It Means for You

Remote Patient Monitoring: What It Means for You

In the past, home health care has mostly referred to doctors or nurses visiting patients in the home regularly. Although this is still an applicable definition, recent advances in remote patient monitoring technology have given this term a whole new meaning. And this new meaning is revolutionizing how patients receive healthcare.

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How To Maintain Medical Suction Pumps

How to Maintain Medical Suction Pumps

There are few things more important during surgery than a surgeon being able to clearly see the patient they are operating on. Visibility in the operating room is of vital importance, and suction pumps help with this function when performing a surgery. These suction pumps may also be used to carry fluid away from the lungs for those suffering from lung infections or those unable to bring fluid up through coughing.

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Reasons To Rent Infusion Pumps

Reasons To Rent Infusion Pumps

There are only a few sights more common in a hospital than infusion pumps. They stand as silent sentinels at patient bedsides providing life-saving fluids and medications to those with critical injuries, illnesses, or those with debilitating conditions. Because of their essential nature, finding the means to acquire these devices is necessary for providing the highest quality patient care. Read ahead for reasons to rent infusion pumps.

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