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Mandibular advancement device

Mandibular Advancement Device: Everything You Need to Know

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A mandibular advancement device (MAD) is a treatment for snoring and sleep apnea. It is also often called a mandibular repositioning device (MRD). According to...
Microscope

Microscope: History, Types, Uses and Functions

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A microscope is an instrument used in viewing objects that are naturally considered too small to be seen with the bare eyes. The science of...
oxygen concentrator

What is an Oxygen Concentrator?

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An oxygen concentrator is a sort of medical equipment employed for providing oxygen to people with breathing difficulties. Individuals that have lower oxygen concentrations...
Glucometer

What is a Glucometer and How Does It Work?

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A blood glucometer is a portable, automated instruments that measure and indicate your blood glucose level. This equipment is beneficial to people with diabetes. If...
Fluoroscopy

The Ultimate Protection For Fluoroscopy

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Fluoroscopy refers to a form of medical radiation focused on a person to see moving body parts. This form of radiation is a heavy...
Telehealth And Telemedicine

Infographic: Telehealth Vs Telemedicine

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Chances are if you have had to visit a doctor recently you have had the option to do so remotely. Doctors are trying to...
sexual health

3 Surprising Ways Technology can Benefit Your Sexual Health

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Sexual health means so much more than a visit to your local health clinic, where you walk in with darting eyes, hoping not to...
Healthcare Professionals

How Emerging Technology Results in Better Patient Care

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Patient care is the primary concern of every healthcare practitioner across the world to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Regardless of the stature of a...
Ventilator

Ventilator – Overview, Uses, Risk Factors and More

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We sometimes find ourselves in situations where breathing becomes difficult or impossible, and thus the need for an emergency/artificial source of oxygen arises. This...
Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsy

Ultrasound-guided Breast Biopsy: Everything You Need to Know

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Abnormalities such as breast lumps are often detected by physical exams, ultrasound, mammography, and other imaging studies. Although it may not be possible to...
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