Medical equipment

Panic buying and hoarding are causing short supplies of masks and other protective equipment, putting health care workers' lives at risk.
Thousands of people in the United States rely on electrically powered DME to meet their medical needs at home. While they can manage their medical conditions well on a day-to-day basis, in prolonged power outages, that's when they need our help the most.
I ran the numbers. My 20 percent co-pay on their inflated price was more than I would have paid had I bought it online and left my insurance company out of it. It gnawed at me.
"Today I got to experience the best IV pole ever. We have 14 children, 2 birth children and 12 adopted." "I am a R.N. and
Good lighting in operating rooms, comfortable beds for patients and quality furniture for examinations can often be a certainty in countries like the U.S. But that is not always the case in other parts of the world, even in the growing economies.
Although I was on my third trip to Cuba, I shared the same nervous excitement as my travel mates who were there for the first time.