Patient Transport, Treatment and Care

When a patient arrives at a healthcare facility, they are in need of your care and attention; part of that care is safely transporting them through your facility. Any form of transportation can cause stress to the patient as well as pose a safety risk to the caregiver. There are many options available today that cannot only safely transport your

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The Eyes Have It!

“You’ll put your eye out!” “Don’t look at the sun!” “Wear eye protection!” I think we can all agree, our eyesight is one of our most precious senses. The ability to see allows us to enjoy art, keep our balance, recognize a loved one, or simply read a book. The health of our eyes is of critical importance to our overall

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Safer Bariatric Patient Care: Hausted Procedure Stretchers and Surgi-Chairs

Despite the myriad of diets and weight loss plans that are now available, the percent of adults age 20 years and over who are overweight, including obesity is 70.7% (2013-2014) with over one-third (34.9% or 78.6 million) of U.S. adults classified as being obese/bariatric. Center for Disease Control: National Center for Health Statistics. Safely caring for, transporting and treating obese

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