Why It's Important To Carefully Follow The Instructions When Using Your Own Aquafacial Unit

Posted on: 11 February 2021
You might have decided that you are going to purchase your own aquafacial unit so that you can give yourself facials at home. You might have even already purchased one of these units. If this is the case, and if you have not taken the time to carefully read all of the instructions that came with your unit, then you should be sure to do so. It's very important to read and follow the instructions for your unit for these reasons and more.
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Living Independently After A Stroke: How To Pick The Perfect Motorized Wheelchair

Posted on: 18 September 2020
Many people who have had strokes are capable of walking only a few feet. For longer distances, they rely on using a wheelchair. However, manual wheelchairs are often difficult to use for people who have had strokes — if you're partially paralyzed on one side, you'll end up having to steer the wheelchair with your foot while you push it with your unaffected hand. Moving around in a wheelchair this way is cumbersome and tiring.
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Make Transporting Clients Easier With The Right Equipment

Posted on: 30 June 2019
When you are responsible for transporting clients throughout a hospital or nursing facility, the right equipment is necessary to do the job safely. From gait belts to assist people who are walking, to the right catheter bag holder for wheelchairs, it can be easier to take care of people who are medically fragile with the right tools in place. Keep your patients safe, and don't get tangled up in cords or tubes when you have the right types of bag holders available on wheelchairs, gurneys and wheeled stands for those that are walking.
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In The Business Of Keeping Pets Healthy: The Life Of A Vet Equipment Salesperson

Posted on: 26 August 2018
You LOVE animals. You love seeing happy, healthy animals and you cry when you see those ads with sick and abused animals on TV. You love working with and helping animals too. You just cannot be a veterinarian because of some of the yucky things vets have to do. Why not be a vet equipment salesperson? It is a career that still involves animals, still helps animals, but keeps you out of the blood, feces, vomit, and gore.
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