Intravenous infusion pumps are an essential in any hospital, as they are used in practically all departments. This means the devices are subject to significant wear and tear. And technological advances mean many models are now obsolete. A moment comes when, whether...
Getting patients on their feet, unless otherwise recommend by the doctor, is a key element of recovery during hospital stays. In many trauma operations, such as hip replacements, the patient’s path to getting back on their feet begins in the operating theatre itself....
When talking about infusion pumps, size, weight and easy handling are key factors. Infusion pumps are not static devices: health professionals move them from place to place in the hospital according to where they are needed. When a patient is allowed to get up and...
Magnetic resonance imaging, also known as MRI, is a non-invasive diagnostic procedure that allows for interior of the inside of a patient’s body to be taken with a high degree of definition. Unlike computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging does not...
When we talk about cutting-edge medical technology, we often think about complex devices that are hard to use and require a large amount of time for staff to adapt to and learn how to use them. In the case of arcomed infusion pumps, we have worked hard with clinical...
Any drug treatment, from the most severe to the most minor illnesses, has potential side effects. Medical literature includes among avoidable side effects those from medication errors, while “unavoidable” include side effects as a result of the nature of the drug...
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