Tourniquet is a simple and effective method for hemostasis in the emergency treatment of limbs. It stops bleeding by compressing blood vessels to achieve hemostasis. However, if used improperly or for too long, the tourniquet can cause ischemia and necrosis of the distal limbs, resulting in disability. For this reason, the tourniquet can only be applied when the bleeding is severe and the blood cannot be stopped by other methods. Read More »
The finger oximeter(pulse oximeter) integrates the light sensing technology into the chip, do not need to collect human blood samples, monitors the current oxygen content in the blood through light infiltration. At the same time, the body pulse rate is detected. Read More »
The tourniquet is made of medical polymer natural rubber or special rubber. It is milky white, long and flat, and is packed in a point-and-stack type. It has strong flexibility and can be continuously extracted. Applicable to medical institutions in the routine treatment and treatment infusion, blood, blood transfusion, one-time use in hemostasis; or limb hemorrhage, emergency hemostasis when the snake bite in the wild. Read More »
Always wear the crown to normal when wearing the nurse watch. If the watch has a screw-lock crown, be sure to fully tighten the crown. Do not operate the crown when the hand is wet to prevent the nurse from entering the water and impairing the waterproof function. Read More »
The Physician uses a specialized instrument called an “otoscope” (“oto” = Ear; and “scope” = to view) to examine an ear. The otoscope allows the physician to not only magnify the small areas of the ear but it also provides light for the areas that are to be viewed. Even though the otoscope is traditionally a tool of a physician, one does not have to be a physician to be able to use this instrument. However, it must be emphasized that you cannot simply “pick up” an otoscope or any other technical instrument and use it beneficially. The correct use of such an instrument requires, at least, some basic instruction in its use and function.
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An otoscope is a medical device used by a doctor to examine the ear. The otoscope magnifies the inside of the ear to detect problems or symptoms with the outer and middle ears, such as swimmers ear, earwax build-up, or otitis media. The most commonly used otoscopes consist of a handle and a head. Read More »