Breast Cancer Treatment Preparation: The Supply Lowdown

How To Prevent Skin Breakdown In Immobile Seniors

Advancing age can raise your loved one's risk for skin breakdown and pressure sores. In addition, pre-existing medical conditions such as diabetes and immobility can further heighten this risk. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to reduce this risk. One effective intervention to help decrease the incidence of decubitus ulcers is to purchase or rent a pressure sore treatment rotation mattress system. Here are some ways this medical mattress can help your loved one prevent skin problems. Read More 

Extras Supplies You May Need With Your Hemodialysis Machine

If you have kidney disease, then you may need to start on dialysis as soon as possible to ensure the health of your kidneys. The good news is that you can often purchase hemodialysis machines for at home use. The machine is not the only thing you will need to buy. Keep reading to learn about a few supplies to make your dialysis as easy as possible. Dialysis Recliner You likely have the option of choosing between daily hemodialysis or three weekly sessions that last about four hours per treatment. Read More 

Your Four-Legged Patients Depend On You: How To Care For Your Anesthesia Machine

When your a veterinarian, you've got to be ready for every emergency. You never know when your patients are going to require surgery. When they do, you need to know that your anesthesia machines are working properly. After all, a malfunctioning anesthesia machine can have devastating consequences for your patients. To make sure your anesthesia systems are operational at all times, here are three crucial tips you should utilize. Don't Overlook the Leaks Read More 

Helpful Safety Tips When Taking Hazardous Drugs

If you're required to take hazardous drugs, whether it's for chemotherapy or hormone replacement therapy, you need to use extra caution. These drugs need to be handled with extreme care, which you can do when you consider these safety tips: Store Drugs Properly  If people in your family were to access your hazardous drugs, severe medical complications could arise. That's why you need to make sure these drugs are stored correctly in your home. Read More 

Still Keeping Paper Health Records? Why Your Medical Practice Should Switch To EHR

When you're a physician, you have a great many people depending on you. The records you keep provide vital information for your patients, your staff, and even fellow doctors. That's why it's crucial that the records system you choose should be up to the task. One error could lead to treatment errors, billing errors, and even medical research errors. If you haven't switched to an electronic health records system or EHR, you need to. Read More 

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Breast Cancer Treatment Preparation: The Supply Lowdown

When my mother was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer, she had to undergo a mastectomy quickly. We weren't prepared at all for her recovery, and it meant some last-minute scrambling to get the supplies that we needed. Since we didn't have much time to plan, it was challenging to determine exactly what we had to have, and we ended up buying things we didn't really need. I took my experience and put all of it into this site. I hope that my experience and information helps you to prepare for your or your loved one's upcoming surgery and breast cancer treatment.