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Two Forms Of Anesthesia And When Your Vet May Use Them On Your Pet

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If your pet needs to undergo a procedure at the veterinary clinic, your vet may use one, two, or both types of veterinary anesthesia systems. The two different forms of anesthesia delivered by machine serve different purposes with ultimately the same results. If you are concerned about how your vet will anesthetize your pet, here is a little more information on the two types of anesthetic delivery machines and when your vet might use them on your pet.…

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Cardiology Practices: Update with Your Patients' Filing System Now

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If your cardiology practice still uses paper files or charts to keep records of your patients’ care and treatment, update your system now. Your current system might not be sufficient enough to protect your patients’ information or your practice. Here’s why it’s important to update your practice’s filing system and how. Why Do You Need to Update Your Filing System? Although traditional charting and filing systems can keep records of your patients’ insurance, medical, and personal information, fire, water, and other unforeseen problems can damage the files.…

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Has Your Doctor Ordered A Permanent Catheter? 4 Tips For Proper Catheter Care To Avoid Urinary Tract Infections

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If your doctor has decided that it’s time for you to be fitted with a permanent catheter, you’ll need to know how to care for it. Extended use of catheters can lead to an increased risk of catheter-related urinary tract infections. Luckily, with proper care and handling, you can reduce your risk of this type of infection. Here are four effective steps you can utilize to help prevent catheter-related urinary tract infections:…

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How Your Elderly Relative Can Remain Independent And Safe While Their Broken Leg Heals

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If an elderly relative who lives with you was recently involved in an automobile accident and broke their leg as a result, the following tips will help them remain independent and safe when you are not at home to look after them.  Rent Or Purchase An Electric Wheelchair Rent or purchase an electric wheelchair from a medical supply business. If your loved one has medical insurance, part of the cost of a power chair may be covered.…

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3 Tips For Keeping Your Dental Office Well-Stocked With Hygiene Supplies

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If you run a dental office, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to streamline the process of ordering hygiene supplies. If so, use the following three tips to help you get started with ensuring your office is well-stocked. Have The Same Dental Hygienist Do The Ordering If you have too many people in the office ordering supplies, two things could happen. You may find that you have an excess of an item, while another one is overlooked because one of your personnel assumed it was already ordered.…

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How To Make Your Mobility Scooter More Child Friendly

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If you have a mobility scooter, chances are good that you are going to be using it to visit friends and family. When you visit your family, you might be visiting homes that have children in them. This can be frustrating and stressful for a person who has a mobility scooter because they want to make sure that no children are hurt while they are using the mobility scooter to get around.…

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Hearing Aids for Children: Finding the Right Solution for Your Child's Hearing Loss

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While hearing loss in children is uncommon, about 4 in every 1,000 kids in Canada will be born with some hearing impairment or have early progressive childhood hearing loss. Some of these cases involve a genetic disorder that also causes hearing loss, while other causes include infections, head trauma, or degenerative nerve syndromes. Regardless of what caused your child’s hearing loss, there are many options available to enhance their ability to hear.…

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