Keeping Medical Equipment Running Smoothly
If you have medical equipment in your home for yourself or someone else in your home, then it is extremely important for you to make sure you learn about all of the different red signs you want to watch for that can indicate to you that the equipment may be starting to show signs of malfunctioning. This way, you will spot issues and concerns as soon as possible and have them taken care of before they get worse.
STAT! Five Reasons For Maintaining Medical Equipment
Medical equipment is all that stands between you and losing a patient. Your equipment has to be ready to use at a heartbeat's notice. You do not have time to find a duplicate piece of equipment when a patient is bleeding out on your emergency room floor. That said, here are five quick reasons your hospital's needs medical equipment maintenance. Save Precious Life-Saving Seconds When a patient enters the emergency room and has suffered major injuries, a heart attack, or stroke, you and your doctors and nurses have only a few minutes to stop bleeding, restore normal breathing, insert an IV to keep the patient from going into shock (if the patient is not in shock already), connect the patient to a heart monitor and a pulse machine, and administer medication to reduce pain, inflammation, and infection.
Precautions To Take When Cleaning The Teeth Of Small Dogs At Your Veterinary Office
Generally, cleaning the teeth of a dog will require performing maintenance while the dog is still awake, but just restrained. For smaller dogs, you may need to put them under anesthesia in order to clean their teeth. This is because their teeth are much smaller, making the process more intricate. If you are setting up your veterinary office to be equipped to perform tooth cleaning on small dogs, here are some precautions that you will need to take.