The Benefits of Working with a Supplier Committed to NFPA Compliance, Part 2: The Dangers of Noncompliance
In our previous post, we went into detail regarding the fire safety standards required by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), specifically with regard to hospitals and medical facilities. We noted that these guidelines apply to virtually all aspects of a healthcare facility, including things like sprinklers, fire alarms, fume hoods, and even the structure of the building itself.Read More
The Benefits of Working with a Supplier Committed to NFPA Compliance, Part 1: What is NFPA Compliance?
One of the primary functions of any medical facility is to promote the safety and well-being of its patients and employees. In order to fulfill this function, medical facilities must maintain rigorous regulatory compliance. For example, hospitals and medical offices may need to maintain certain protocols regarding the use of anesthesia, the sanitization of recovery rooms, the hygiene habits of doctors and nurses, and so forth.Read More
If your practice treats patients who suffer from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and require long-term oxygen therapy, then you likely need to invest in a set of nasal cannulas. These devices are simple and effective at administering oxygen.Read More
Having access to an anesthesia machine may prove critical for your practice. With this technology, you can raise your standards for patient safety and comfort, and potentially offer an even broader range of surgical services.Read More
While medical, dental, and oral surgery practices can differ in many ways, most practices have one thing in common: they make patient safety and comfort their top priorities. One way in which practices can promote the wellbeing of their patients is by providing a range of sedation options, ensuring patients can receive the necessary procedures without experiencing significant pain.Read More
No matter what field of medical or dental care you are in, the ability to monitor patients’ basic vital signs is invaluable. Vital sign monitoring can help guide diagnostics and treatment, verify that your patient is in a stable condition, and alert you to any potential crises or emergencies.Read More