Have you ever wondered how a veterinarian does surgery on a gerbil? What about surgery on a horse? Clearly, the vast and varying sizes of pets means that a veterinarian has to be able to anesthetize the animals to keep them quiet and in less pain for the surgeries. So, how does that work? It looks something like this. The Cones of Silence From the smallest pet to the largest one, veterinarians use anesthesia cones as part of their veterinary anesthesia systems.
27 November 2017
As an internist, you work hard to care for the bodies of your patients. As a medical professional in charge of their own practice, you've also got to work to protect and efficiently handle patient records and bills. Electronic medical records software, also called EMR software, is a tool that should make your entire office work better, particularly when you consider EMR software created for internal medicine practitioners. You might be unclear about what specifics you should want in such software; consider these features.
13 September 2017
Healthcare is an extremely complicated field that will require the use of a variety of specialized machines to treat patients. Unfortunately, individuals are often poorly informed about the process of investing in medical equipment, but learning more about buying medical supplies and tools can provide you with a better understanding of what to expect when investing in medical equipment for your home or clinic. Will Traditional Commercial Insurance Cover Medical Equipment For A Clinic?
22 June 2017
As a medical provider, your skill and knowledge goes a long way. However, in terms of the care you can provide your patients with, access to technology is equally important. One piece of equipment to consider is a portable ultrasound unit, as it can bring several benefits to your practice. Faster Patient Care When a patient walks through the door of your clinic, not only is it your goal to provide them with sufficient care but to also do so in a timely manner.
3 March 2017
As America's population ages, the need for better and more customized end-of-life care becomes greater. This need has led to a variety of new palliative care services that help the dying, either directly or indirectly. Death doulas, sometimes referred to as death midwives, are just one example of the way some patients are not only coming to terms with their mortality, but in some cases, embracing it as a valuable experience in its own right.
17 May 2016