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Adult Diapers and Diaper Rash

Kevin Cleary Jan 30, 2016

The causes of incontinence can be plentiful, but the result can be discomfort, embarrassment, and even pain due to “diaper rash.” So, no matter what solution you choose to treat your diaper rash, the number one treatment method is diligence. Inspect your skin often and thoroughly and never delay dealing with any problems.

Travel Nebulizers – The Perfect Companion

Taikhum Sadiq Jan 21, 2016

Sometimes you need a piece of medical equipment that you can carry with you while you travel. The environment today has made it difficult today for people with respiratory problems to live carefree in the open. Every time you travel you have to carry a nebulizer with you to be on the safer side.

Pediatric Nebulizers – Choosing the Right One for Your Kid

Taikhum Sadiq Jan 21, 2016

Nebulizer is a drug delivery device used to administer medication in the form of a mist inhaled into the lungs. Nebulizers use oxygen, compressed air or ultrasonic power to break up medical solutions and suspensions into small aerosol droplets that can be directly inhaled from the mouthpiece of the device.

Pediatric Nebulizer Masks – The Innovations for Kids

Taikhum Sadiq Jan 21, 2016

Nebulizer masks make delivery of aerosol medications more efficient and increase patient comfort and accurate airway assessment and management. Pediatric masks come in dragon, fish or elephant shape and designs to appeal to the children with their character themes. The smooth, feathered edges help reduce irritation.

How to Care for Your Dry Stuffy Nose?

Kevin Cleary Jan 09, 2016

Cold winter months are notorious for low humidity and cold dry air and this can wreak havoc with our good friend the nose. We take our noses for granted sometimes. It’s not just something to detect foul odors or to enjoy the scent of a fragrant flower or even just hold up our sunglasses. So find out the solutions to let us breathe easily and avoid a red, sore snout.