Our website offers you a wide variety of monitoring devices: digital thermometers, baby digital thermometers, dual head stethoscopes, home blood pressure kit, blood pressure monitor, samsung digital ear thermometer.
Generaly, most of our products are the health monitoring devices. But here we are gladly present thermometers, stethoscopes and blood pressure monitors. At this time, different medical devices like mentioned above, are converging to revolutionize self health control at home in the United States. Now it is possible for people to play a greater role in maintaining their own health, and bring to the doctor not only a bad feelings, but numbers which better help to make a diagnose. It is not instead of professional medical services, but for people who want get more convenience and saving health-care costs.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a medical monitoring device is any product or equipment that is used to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent a disease or other health condition. A home healthcare medical monitoring device is any product or equipment used to monitor a condition in the home environment by persons who are ill or disabled, and which have a digital interface. Examples of some monitoring devices are digital thermometers, blood pressure monitors , blood glucose meters,dual head stethoscopes and home blood pressure kits. (Home Healthcare Medical Devices, 2003.) Although there are several devices for monitoring diseases, few are intended for home use, and even fewer have a chip or computerized/digital interface. Although these devices have come a long way, they all seem to face portability, data-analysis, and data-manipulation shortcomings. There is a long-standing battle in the computer interface world between the portability vs. limited screen size of portable devices, and the immobility vs. data-presentation flexibility of full-screen PC applications. Medical devices are no exception. However, few of the devices examined here present all the information a user would want on one visualization screen.
- Digital thermometers, that come in several different forms, including oral, rectal, ear, and forehead. They are all easier to read than traditional thermometers, and donít contain mercury, which is a known health risk if the thermometer breaks.
- Blood pressure monitors, that typically have a cuff that goes around a finger, the wrist, or the upper arm.
- Stethoscopes. If you have heart disease or high blood pressure, it's a good idea to have both a stethoscope, and a blood pressure cuff (sphygmomanometer) to monitor your blood pressure regularly.
- Digital ear thermometers. Our digital ear thermometers that have become so popular with pediatricians and parents are fast and easy to use.