The digitisation of the health industry is having major impacts on the way businesses function. Technology has had major positive impacts such as consumer empowerment. However, the risks presented from cybersecurity breaches and the dissemination of false narratives need to be addressed or the trust of consumers risks being compromised.Read More
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A laryngoscope is an instrument that is used by medical professionals to examine the larynx and for the placement of an endotracheal tube. A specialist ENT (ear, nose and throat) doctor will use the instrument to perform a laryngoscopy. Broadly speaking there are two types of laryngoscopes: indirect and direct.Read More
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 14:43:53 Europe/London
FINGERTIP PULSE OXIMETER
What are the benefits of the LED DISPLAY FINGERTIP PULSE OXIMETER ?
- The led display fingertip pulse oximeter from ADS Medical is a small and compact pusle oximeter which is ajustable to any adult sized finger. This hinge also helps prevent interference from ambient light.
- This oximeter is composed of an easy battery removal. The quick snap –off allows for an easy removal batteries and takes screws out of the equation. It uses 2 AAA Alkaline Batteries. You will also see a low battery indicator to signal use to replace your batteries.
- The Pulse oximeter will also automatically shut off after 5 seconds without use. This Automatic power off allows to save your battery life as long as possible.
- The Bright LED Display allows use in low light. The bright Display is viewable in any environment-from dark environments to bright surroundings.
- Hypoallergenic - High Quality silicon probe is completely hypoallergenic and latex free.
Tuesday, 22 May 2018 10:09:52 Europe/London
SILVER FIBER OPTIC OTOSCOPE
What is an Otoscope?
An otoscope is a hand-held instrument with a tiny light and a cone-shaped attachment called an ear speculum. It is used to examine the ear canal.
An ear examination is a normal part of most routine physical examinations by a doctor or nurse. It is also done when an ear infection or other type of ear problem is suspected. An otoscope allows the doctor to look into the ear canal to see the ear drum. Redness or fluid in the eardrum can indicate an ear infection. Some otoscopes (called pneumatic otoscopes) can deliver a small puff of air to the eardrum to see if the eardrum will vibrate (which is normal). An ear examination with an otoscope can also detect a build-up of wax in the ear canal or a rupture or puncture of the eardrum.Read More