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PHYSIOTHERAPY EQUIPMENT

The treatment of disease, injury, or deformity by physical methods such as massage, heat treatment, and exercise rather than by drugs or surgery. Physiotherapy helps the patient with illness or who have undergone surgery or have faced any injury that limit a person’s abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives. Physiotherapy […]

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Medical Equipment for Maternity Set-up in a hospital

Maternity hospitals are meant to take care of mother and child starting from preconceiving till birth of baby. A typical maternity set-up should have the following different departments: Out-patient Department (OPD) – OPD is where consultations and regular checkups are done on regular basis either for a one-off problem or during the entire pregnancy to […]

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Factors influencing selection of Pulse-oximeter & Probes

  Pulse-oximetry has become almost mandatory in ICUs, recovery rooms, OTs and even patient rooms today. But which is the best pulse-oximeter? Whether it is standalone ones like Masimo or Nellcor or integrated ones, there is tremendous research and debate. Often the ongoing debate is on whether finger transmission is better or forehead reflectance is […]

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Basic common medical equipment required in a hospital

  CRITICAL CARE EQUIPMENT   1. Patient monitor Patient monitors are medical equipment that keep accurate track of a patient’s vitals and state of health during intensive or critical care. They are used for adult, pediatric & neonatal patients. In medicine, monitoring is the observation of a disease, condition or one or several medical parameters at a […]

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Medical Equipment needed to set up NICU / Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

  1. Radiant warmer Newborn needs a warm atmosphere in the initial moments of his/her life, therefore radiant warmers are used to maintain the body temperature of newborn infants. This equipment is used to maintain the body temperature of newborn and limit the metabolism rate. Some new born babies have tendency of rapid heat loss, […]

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5 factors to consider in deciding price of used medical equipment

  On the whole – price is always based on the Demand-Supply gap. An item, however well-maintained, is unlikely to find a buyer, if not in demand. But how does one arrive at a price to pay? From our past experiences, the following are the key factors that go into determining (mathematically speaking!) the purchase […]

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PrimedeQ: “Doctor Driven” Healthcare – equipment for everyone, all the time.

  Indian healthcare sector and medical changes has undergone a rapid change in India. It has become one of the largest sectors in India, both in the terms of income and employment. This has resulted in indigenous manufacturing of a range of medical equipment, hospital equipment, lab equipment varying from low to high technology for […]

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