How Fast is the Average Blink?

How Fast is the Average Blink?

How Fast is the Average Blink? The Average Duration for a Single Blink When you blink, your eyelids clear away dust particles and spread lubricating fluids across the eyeball. Every time you blink your eyelids sweep oils and mucous secretions across the surface to keep from drying out. You don’t really notice the momentary darkness […]

Isolette Incubators

Isolette Incubators

Isolette Incubators and Infant Warmers Babies come to term when they are expelled from the mother. During their stay, they are in the uterus which is a heat controlled warm environment. To simulate that environment when they are birthed, they are put into an infant warmer. The infant warmer simulates the heat a mother would […]

OSI Spinal Table – 5943 Spinal Surgery Top – Jackson Table

OSI Spinal Table – 5943 Spinal Surgery Top – Jackson Table

OSI Spinal Table – 5943 Spinal Surgery Top – Jackson Table OSI Spinal Table (5943 Jackson Table) The OSI Spinal Table (Spinal Surgery Top) from Mizuho OSI is commonly referred to as the Jackson Table. The Spinal Surgery Top (Jackson Table) is one part of the Modular Table System (MTS). The second part is the […]

EKG vs ECG | What’s the Difference Between ECG and EKG?

EKG vs ECG | What’s the Difference Between ECG and EKG?

What’s the Difference Between ECG and EKG? ECG and EKG are abreviations for electrocardiogram. There is no difference between them. These abbreviations are used to both describe a test that measures electrical activity of the heart. ECGs and EKGs are tools used to detect a wide range of heart dysrhythmias. There are several different types […]

What is SpO2?

What is SpO2?

What is SpO2? (Pulse Oximetry) Pulse oximetry, or SpO2, has been increasingly in the public eye recently as some doctors are recommending their patients diagnosed with COVID-19 monitor their SpO2 levels at home.  So it makes sense that many people are wondering for the first time, “What is this SpO2?”  Have no fear, keep on […]

National Hydration Day | June 23 | 2020

National Hydration Day | June 23 | 2020

What is Hydration? Almost all forms of life, including humans require water for hydration. Water makes up about 60% of your body weight. Without water, our bodies have a desire to drink which is referred to as thirst. When there is a decline in the level of water inside your body it’s called dehydration. On […]

World Blood Donor Day June 14 2020

World Blood Donor Day June 14 2020

World Blood Donor Day June 14, 2020 Every year countries around the world come together to celebrate World Blood Donor Day on June 14th. This day serves as a thank you for voluntary blood donors and to help raise awareness for the need for regular blood donations. The theme for World Blood Donor Day 2020 […]

When Can Babies Drink Water?

When Can Babies Drink Water?

When can babies drink water? You likely already know that water is the healthiest drink for kids and adults when they’re thirsty but what about babies?  It turns out that babies actually don’t need water and generally should be at least six months or older before being given a few sips of water at a […]

World Environment Day 2020 – June 5th

World Environment Day 2020 – June 5th

World Environment Day June 5th When is World Environment Day? World Environmental Day is celebrated on June 5th. Each year World Environmental Day has a new theme. This year, the theme for World Environmental Day is biodiversity time for nature. Every year their main celebration is in a different city around the world. The first […]

Datascope Passport 2 Patient Monitor

Datascope Passport 2 Patient Monitor

Datascope Passport 2 Patient Monitor What is the Passport 2? The Datascope Passport 2 is a flexible and reliable compact multiparameter patient monitor.  The Passport 2 is not only one of the most popular patient monitor models ever manufactured but is also very intuitive to use.  To this day, it remains one of the most […]