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Blue Chip Power Pro Elite Training – Low Air Loss Mattress

The latest Med One training video features the Blue Chip Power Pro Elite Mattress. Mike Daniels, who has been in the mattress and support surface business for over 25 years, provides an in-depth overview and training on this low air loss mattress.

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What To Look for in Medical Equipment Repair Providers

What To Look for in Medical Equipment Repair Providers

Working in the medical field requires proper knowledge of various medical equipment. Understanding how the equipment works is essential to helping patients and being aware of any quick fixes your in-house biomed team can handle.

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How Smartwatches Can Assist With Patient Health Monitoring

How Smartwatches Can Assist With Patient Health Monitoring

Back in the day, people would sport leather-and-steel watches on their wrists. They were the go-to tool for checking the time when smartphones were nonexistent. But nowadays, more and more people are switching from these traditional watches to something with a little more technology. The smartwatch is the high-tech successor of wristwatches, and it has become a convenient way for people to personally monitor and track aspects of their health and fitness.

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Trends Driving the Future of Health Care Real Estate

Trends Driving the Future of Health Care Real Estate

What do you think of when you hear the word "hospital"? The first image that comes to mind is probably a massive, stark-white building marked with the Rod of Asclepius (the traditional symbol of medicine). But that image could change in the near future. Current healthcare trends involve disinvesting in real estate. Healthcare facilities are finding ways to cut down on time and money spent on in-person facilities and reinvest them into other areas of healthcare. Here are some trends driving the future of healthcare real estate and what they mean.

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Understanding the Different Types of IV Sets and Their Uses

Understanding the Different Types of IV Sets and Their Uses

Most people have at least a vague understanding of what IVs are. IVs administer essential medications or other substances directly into a patient's bloodstream. They consist of a fluid-filled bag, a tube fluid travels through, and a needle that injects the fluid into the bloodstream through the veins. Meanwhile, an IV pump controls how much fluid is being released from the bag and delivered to the patient.

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How To Manage and Maintain Rental Medical Equipment

How To Manage and Maintain Rental Medical Equipment

High-quality and functioning medical equipment is a must-have for hospitals. Without this indispensable equipment, medical professionals couldn’t do what they do best—provide patients with the best possible care.

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