Four Things You Can Do To Prepare For Your Knee Replacement Surgery

Posted on: 20 January 2017

As the date for your knee surgery approaches, it is important to make sure you are prepared for life after your surgery. With adequate preparations, you can ensure that your recovery goes as smoothly as possible. Clear Your Floors Though your walking will be minimal after a knee replacement surgery, you need to take steps to ensure it is as safe as possible. It is likely you will be using a walker after your surgery. [Read More]

Tips On Purchasing Used Medical Equipment

Posted on: 29 December 2016

Whether you are a doctor who owns a private practice or an individual who requires medical equipment for personal use or for caring for a loved one, you will be glad to learn that this type of equipment is available at very affordable prices. The trick is just to buy the equipment used. What can cost an exorbitant amount of money brand new can easily be as much as 50% cheaper when purchased used. [Read More]

Doggie Digestive Problems? Make A Diagnoses Using These Tips And Tricks

Posted on: 28 December 2016

If your dog has been acting strangely and is showing signs of digestion problems such as not eating, vomiting, and acting lethargic, there might simply be gas or it may be a serious issue that needs attention. Following are a few effective things you can do to make possible diagnoses for your dog so they can get the help and support that they need:    Inventory Your Belongings The first thing that you should do is take a look around your house and yard to see if you can find anything missing that your pooch might have eaten and shouldn't have. [Read More]

Being Sent Home With Emergency Oxygen? Here Are A Few Pieces Of Equipment You Should Expect To See

Posted on: 21 December 2016

Having access to quality oxygen for respiration when you need it can be highly important if you suffer with respiratory illnesses or certain diseases. For many years, emergency oxygen was only administered by professionals in medical settings because the equipment was so large. However, time has given way to great advances in medical engineering technology, and portable oxygen is more possible now than ever. If you have medical issues that will require you to have access to emergency oxygen supplies, it is helpful to know what equipment you will be using. [Read More]