Professional Diagnostic Products
Professionals are in need of all kinds of diagnostic products. This equipment is available to everyone; however, medical doctors could use these diagnostic products to help them quickly diagnose and resolve their patient's issues. These are also especially useful for medical facilities and its staff, given the amount of time they initially spend with patients.
Defibrillators: Defibrillators are vital for emergencies involving cardiac dysrhythmia (heart attack). These devices deliver an electric current in order to get the heart started. Several defibrillators come as and entire package; however, accessories are also available for purchase as parts begin to fade or go out of use.
Dopplers: Handheld doppler systems are fetal monitors for expecting mothers. It measures the heartbeat of the baby and can be heard by both the medical professional and the person carrying. Gynecologists are able to use these systems in their offices either for in-patient or in-house visits. Accessories such as vascular probes are also available late-term pregnancy.
Manometers: These devices measure pressure and are considered to be some of the first apparatus to do so without needing calibration. Posey's Inflator and Manometer is an example of a simple device made to check pressure and not require syringes, electricity or other connections in order to receive proper feedback. They also give feedback quickly, saving you time.
Otoscope: Otoscopes have become popular devices for both home and medical office use. It's perfect for examining the ears, nose and throat area. While many are basic and serve a simple purpose, others offer a computer connection for a better view inside the inserted area. Most otoscopes today come with their own carrying case for easier transporting or to simply store in your own pocket for personal use.
Pen Lights: Pen lights are easy to use tools that help medical professionals in multiple ways. From lighting a viewing area to dilating pupils, pen lights are easy to use, quick-to-access and best to store anywhere.
Reflex Hammers: Made to test the reflexes of the arms and legs, reflex hammers help medical professionals make quick note of whether the muscles are working in a given area. Neurological hammers have the most flexibility with the addition of a few extra built-in tubes.
Stethoscope: Stethoscopes are widely used and commonly made for medical professionals and can be used to listen to a number of internal body parts. They securely plug into the ears for better hearing and the bell is able to provide feedback in order to diagnose more quickly.
Anatomical Models: These models are typically life-sized versions of either the entire body or of a specific body part. Most models come either in skeletal form or with muscles for more defined features. Unisex torsos are also available for teaching purposes.
Educational Supplies: Educational Supplies include charts, graphs and other anatomical body parts for teaching purposes. From body part graphs to bones and more, there are plenty of teaching aids available to get the setting interested in the topic of discussion.
There are many professional-type pieces of equipment available that will help you help others or be able to help yourself. These types of equipment pieces will further help professionals make quicker diagnoses.