Home Cardiac Defibrillators

home cardiac defibrillator unit – Reliamed 350

Studies have somewhat frighteningly shown that eighty percent of sudden cardiac arrest episodes occur at home. And for many years, even though home cardiac defibrillators have been available, those needing them could only get the devices through the benevolence and magic prescription pad of their doctors.

Mini Compressor Nebulizers Convenient

Nebulizers are used to turn liquid medicine into a vapor by pumping air through it. This medicated vapor is then inhaled by the person, which helps alleviate the symptoms of asthma and other respiratory diseases. Standard-sized nebulizers have been commonly used for years, but these are often big, bulky, and powered by electricity, which means an electrical outlet must be available whenever the nebulizer is used.

Because this limits the portability of the standard nebulizer, mini compressor nebulizers have become more and more popular. These small breathing machines run on batteries and often weigh four pounds or less. If you are interested to find out where you can purchase one of these convenient machines, read on to learn more.


Child and Toddler Medical Alert Bracelets

Just as with adults, children and toddlers who suffer from certain health conditions should always wear a medical alert bracelet. Although you may reason that since a child is always with you or a caregiver who should already be aware of any hypersensitivities to food and/or medicines, or who know about the child having some sort of chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, unforeseen events can and do happen.

For instance, what if you and your child were in a car accident, and you were knocked unconscious? Or, what if your child became lost? Children over a certain age may be able to provide critical information, but younger children such as toddlers could not.

These – and many other potential scenarios – all warrant excellent reasons why children who need them should wear medical alert bracelets. Below you’ll find a few places to order these bracelets in styles and designs kids will love to wear.

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Home Remedies for Snoring

Go ahead, laugh. That’s right, snoring can be a funny topic of conversation – until you’re the one having to live with it. Being forced to lie next to someone who’s nightly noise keeps you awake for more hours than you’d care to think about is no laughing matter, especially when you have to get up early, get kids ready for school, get yourself ready, and then spend at least eight hours at the workplace.

And – in some cases – snoring can even be physically harmful to the poor person forced to listen to it. One woman actually lost part of her hearing after being subjected to years of snoring from her husband that reached levels of 88 decibels when measured!

Loud Snoring May Mean Something Serious

How to Use an Electric Blood Pressure Monitor

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is considered one of the world’s most lethal “silent killers.” Often no symptoms whatsoever indicate whether or not a person suffers from hypertension. Occasionally, a person with high blood pressure may complain of headaches, but as many of us would reason, “What’s so unusual or deadly about a headache?”

If you have been diagnosed with hypertension, more than likely your physician has recommended that you keep track of your blood pressure on a daily basis. If you have selected an electric blood pressure monitor (as opposed to a standard, manual device), read on to learn how to use an electric blood pressure monitor correctly.

Easier, But Less Accurate

Comparing Nebulizers to Metered Dose Inhalers

Parents of children who suffer from asthma may be confused as to the efficacy of how medications for their kids are administered. One doctor may prefer nebulizers, another may tell them to use inhalers. Some doctors prescribe the use of one way of treatment for home and another for when away from home. Read on to find out more about comparing nebulizers to metered dose inhalers in young children.

Nebulizers: Time-Consuming & Expensive

Hospital admissions and emergency room visits are a common occurrence among very young children suffering from such reactive airway diseases such as asthma. Bronchodilation agents, used to treat these frightening health problems, almost always are administered by a nebulizer, which takes a significant amount of time and greatly increases costs.

Research studies that have been performed recently suggest that metered dose inhalers may give equal, if not even better, results with regard to the job of delivering bronchodilators than those results gained by nebulizers.

Medication/Placebos Used Two Different Ways

TENS Units: Proper Use

tens unit – Reliamed 350
Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) is used to block pain signals by sending mild electric currents from the area of the body that is causing pain to the brain. The production level of endorphins, the natural painkillers produced by the body, can also be raised by using a TENS unit.

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