How To Help Your Loved One In The Last Stages Of A Terminal Illness

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If you are caring for a loved one in the last stages of a terminal illness, you yourself are probably suffering right along with the patient. It is nothing but difficult to witness the decline in somebody who once lived a full life and had much to give to those around him or her. It is also hard for you to hear platitudes like, “This, too, shall pass.” Even though friends and family mean well, you feel inside that they have no idea what you and your loved one are experiencing together.…

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Ensuring Valuable Medical Equipment Is Delivered Safely

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Hospitals, laboratories, clinics, and private practices all require the use of expensive medical equipment. Everything ranging from CT scanners and x-ray machines to lasers and surgical laboratory equipment must be used to provide high-quality healthcare to patients. This equipment is often shipped and delivered from the manufacturer directly to the healthcare facility with commercial equipment delivery, so it’s important that it arrives safely and free of damage. Here’s how delivery services should handle this valuable equipment to make sure it gets to its destination without harm.…

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How To Maintain A Long Electric Wheelchair Battery Life

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Wheelchair batteries are expensive and purchasing a new battery can be a pain, so naturally you’ll want to extend the life of your electric wheelchair battery for as long as you can. These tips will help you maintain your electric wheelchair’s batteries. Don’t Let the Battery Discharge All the Way Allowing your battery to run down 100% will result in a shorter battery life—by a huge margin! If you allow your wheelchair battery to run down all the way, you can expect to get only 25% to 33% of normal use out of that battery before it dies.…

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