Insulin pumps for diabetes -- the cost of health

Elisabeth Rosenthal of the New York Times published her article “Even Small Medical Advances Can Mean Big Jumps in Bills” on April 6, 2014.  Type 1 diabetes is a rapidly fatal illness without insulin treatment.   417 more words

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Simulation at Work: GE Healthcare

A little over a week ago, the US Food and Drug Administration gave the green light to GE Healthcare’s new imaging product, the Revolution CT. 438 more words

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Matt Carns Is An Honest & Reputable Medical Equipment Retailer

Matt Carns has been successful in the medical equipment industry and the reason behind his huge success is that he enjoys the science which makes it is easy to apply it to his business knowledge in order to help his clients.  270 more words

Matt Carns

Matt Carns Is A Reliable Provider Of State-Of-the-Art Medical Equipment

Matt Carns who was born in Birmingham, Alabama on November 3rd, 1976, has studied History and Business Management from the University of Alaska, and also from the University of Alabama. 260 more words

Matt Carns

Save Your Health With A Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Breathing problems can keep you from going places you want to go. The atmosphere is full of pollutants that can affect your breathing if you have a breathing issue. 412 more words


Online stores offer great collections of lightweight wheelchair!

One of the major things that make a good hospital is the kind of equipments that it uses to conduct its function in addition to the quality of the equipments. 481 more words

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Japan - Toshiba unveils disease-detecting breathalyzer

Toshiba unveils the prototype model of a breathalyzer which can detect a wide range of diseases just 30 seconds after users blow into the machine, at the company’s headquarters in Tokyo, on Tuesday. 160 more words
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