4 Things To Know About Sleep Apnea

16 July 2020
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Sleep apnea is a type of sleep disorder that affects an estimated 22 million Americans. Sleep apnea is serious as it causes repeated interruptions in a person's breathing while they sleep. If you think you might have this sleep disorder, here are four things to know about sleep apnea. 1. Know the Causes of Sleep Apnea The most common type of sleep apnea is obstructive sleep apnea, which occurs when the throat muscles relax during sleep. Read More 

Have Stairs In Your Home? 4 Reasons To Install A Stair Lift

9 September 2019
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If you have a stairway in your home, you need to install a lift. If you don't have a family member who suffers from mobility issues, or you're not caring for an elderly person at this time, you might not think that a stair lift is necessary. However, that's not the case. There are many benefits to having a stair lift installed in your home. Here are four of those benefits for you to consider. Read More 

A Look At The Responsibilities Of A Medical Repair Technician

14 December 2018
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The world's population is an ever-growing thing. Therefore, the need for medical services and medical equipment is also ever-growing. There are more medical devices and medical equipment relied on every day by practitioners and care providers than there ever have been before. Because of this fact, medical equipment repair services are highly sought-after services.  If you are in the business of providing medical care, there is a high likelihood that you will need the services of a medical repair technician at some point. Read More 

How To Maintain And Test Your Veterinary Anesthesia Machine To Ensure It’s Functioning Correctly Before Performing Surgery

28 April 2018
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To keep your patients safe, it's important to frequently test your veterinary anesthesia machine. Leaks in the system can result in an inadequate amount of oxygen or anesthetic reaching the patient, which can be dangerous. You'll also need to ensure that your machine is correctly removing carbon dioxide from the exhaled air before it's recirculated. This procedure should be done before every operation — it doesn't take long to test your machine. Read More 

I Can Hear You Now: The Different Types Of Hearing Aids

25 January 2018
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Not being able to hear what people are saying to you is not only frustrating to you, but also to the people who have to keep repeating themselves. You may not even realize how much you are missing or how many times you say "I'm sorry, what?" You may think that people are talking softer or you were just not paying attention. If you find yourself turning up the volume on the television or radio, it might be time to consider that the problems you are having when conversing with others is your hearing. Read More