The InstaTemp MD digital non-touch thermometer allows practitioners to take clinically accurate core body temperature in 2.5 seconds without making contact with the patient.
Setting up a new clinic is costly and frequently there is not sufficient patient flow to support the initial costs of your medical furniture and equipment, not to mention lease holds, computers, telephones etc. Leasing your medical equipment is your best financial choice for several reasons.
When researching medical supplies for your clinic the subject of hand sanitizing is frequently asked. We have redesigned our website to help you best determine the sanitizer and sanitizer dispensing system best meets your needs.
The HEINE iC1 is a new image capturing device to record clinical and dermatoscopic images for documenting, monitoring and supporting differential diagnosis of melanoma and other skin lesions.
This extremely small diameter of THE INViSIBLE NEEDLE results in a near painless experience for patients and is ideal for BoNT injections.
14% Thinner than 33G Needles!
Not all of our customers use Drugs of Abuse test cups on their patient population, but those that do are raving about our new Drugs of Abuse Urine Test Cups.
Lets face it, sometimes its fun to break out of the box. The uniforms and scrubs that Health Care Workers wear leave little opportunity for personal expression. If you are the kind of person that likes to Sparkle, we have a solution. It involves adding bling to your stethoscope.
Power exam tables are a mandatory piece of equipment in an clinical environment. The rules in each Province are all slightly different but the theme is the same. Clinics must provide safe and Accessible environments for their staff and patients. The Ontario Accessibility Act is an excellent example. It is strongly recommended that Clinic Managers become familiar with this law and others like it when planning a new clinic.
When it comes to Point of Care testing for Blood Glucose in a Clinical Environment Canadian Health Care Professionals are face with a dilemma. Most Glucose monitors are designed for individual patient ownership and not designed for a multi user environment. Cleaning instructions between patients is not provided by the manufacturer and thus not acceptable in a clinical environment in most jurisdictions in Canada.