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  • The Benefits of a Portable Ultrasound Machine
    Ultrasound was first used as a diagnostic tool in the early 1900’s, but in the past 50 years it has rapidly evolved into a multi-disciplinary medical tool. Oftentimes, when people think of an ultrasound, they envision a large, bulky machine that gives doctors and expectant parents views of developing fetuses; however, ultrasounds used during pregnancy only account for about 20 percent of the ultra...
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  • Advances in Blood Pressure Monitors
    Of the approximately 75 million American adults with hypertension, millions of patients visit their doctors yearly to monitor and control their blood pressure, yet only about half of them have their condition under control. Since high blood pressure increases the risk of heart attacks, strokes, chronic heart failure, and kidney disease, accurately measuring and tracking a patient’s blood pressure ...
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  • Learn the Science Behind Blood Culture Analyzers
    Introduction While blood culture science was originally pioneered in beginning of the 20th century, blood culture practices and technology have advanced exponentially since the mid-1970s. With the development of controlled clinical evaluations of blood culture systems and media, there is now a sound scientific basis for the basic precepts of blood culture. A variety of factors affect accurate bloo...
  • What is a Bone Densitometer and Bone Densitometry?
    Introduction Bone densitometry, which is known as dual energy X-ray absorptiometry, also called DXA or DEXA, is a test that calculates bone density quickly and accurately. Used to discover osteopenia or osteoporosis, the test uses a very small dose of ionizing radiation to take pictures inside the body, normally the lower spine and hip, to measure bone loss. Osteopenia and osteoporosis cause the b...
  • A Guide to Pulse Oximeters
    With chronic health problems, such as emphysema, congestive heart failure and various lung diseases, patients will have difficulty breathing and experience a significant drop in energy levels and the ability to perform simple everyday activities. A pulse oximeter is a device used to detect if the decrease in energy is due to a lack of oxygen in the blood. Here is a useful guide to pulse oximeters ...
  • What is a Defibrillator and How Does it Work?
    The heart is one of the most powerful muscles in the body, and its ceaseless pumping is essential to sustaining life. If the hearts stops beating, blood stops flowing, the brain is deprived of its oxygen supply, and death can result in as little as 5 minutes. For someone who suffers a cardiac arrest, which is when the heart stops beating or has a life-threatening abnormal rhythm, emergency medical...
  • Common ultrasound probes by applications
    Commonly known as probes, ultrasound transducers come in a wide array of shapes and sizes designed for specific diagnostic applications. Here are some descriptions of the probes commonly found in hospital, clinical, and medical practice settings: There is the cardiac transducer, whose primary use is echocardiography. In some cases, because the frequency is low, it can used for abdominal studies a...
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