Bionet Patient Monitors are invaluable resources for a variety of medical needs and situations. They can be used for ambulatory care as well as in inpatient settings. They can help clinicians accurately monitor a patient’s health status and can aid in making informed medical decisions.
A Bionet monitor is versatile enough to be used in numerous scenarios. Of course, it is often used in hospital settings, such as in emergency rooms and intensive care units, to monitor a patient’s vital signs closely. Because it is portable, it can accompany patients who are being transported for x-rays, MRIs or other testing. It only weighs three pounds, and its rechargeable lithium ion battery can be unplugged for up to two hours. It is perfect for use in cardiac catheterization labs and postoperative recovery suites. Clinics and nursing homes will also find it to be a valuable resource.
Bionet Patient Monitors offer several helpful features, which are quite easy to use. The 8.4-inch screen displays information about EKG waveforms, oxygen saturation in the blood, blood pressure, mean arterial pressure and respirations. The unit can display up to three waveforms at once. The built-in printer allows clinicians to print information, such as vital sign trends and EKG waveforms. Printed graph are then used to show doctors, or to include in patient documentation. Several settings, such as alarm limits and waveform size are adjustable; in addition, the monitor will remember past settings when it is turned off for the next time it is used.
The monitor comes with several accessories. A 10-lead cable for monitoring an EKG, electrodes and alligator clips are included. A five-lead EKG cable can also work with the unit but is not included with the monitor. In addition, a rectal or skin probe for monitoring patient temperature can be added to the monitor.
For individuals seeking effective rehabilitation exercise equipment, look no further than Curamotion Exercisers. Curamotion, which is manufactured by Medical Joint Venture INC., is a line of exercise equipment aimed at helping users cure their injury issues and strengthen their chronic injuries.
For example, the Curamotion Standard Economy Pedal Exerciser works well for people looking to recover from knee surgeries, hip replacements, or chronic ankle injuries. When fully assembled, this Economy Pedal Exerciser is 21 inches in length, 16 inches in width, and 13 1/2 inches in height. The Exerciser’s relatively compact size means that it can be used everywhere. The machine weighs only 6.4 pounds, so it is easy to move from place to place if you prefer to rehabilitate in different locations.
Because the Standard Economy Pedal Exerciser is smooth and quiet, you can rehabilitate in any room in your house. The exercise product is distinguished by its chrome finish and non-marking foot straps. These straps resemble the pedals on upscale bicycles.
For a more ornate piece of rehabilitation equipment, consider the Curamotion Magneciser Pedal Exerciser. The Magneciser has an LCD computer display that tracks calories lost, distance, heartbeat, and speed during your workout session.
The machine also comes equipped with a resistance knob. This feature allows you to control the resistance against which you are pedaling. As your rehabilitation enters its later stages, consider increasing the resistance to make your injured limb even stronger. Like the Economy Pedal Exerciser, this piece of equipment has sturdy wraparound pedals.
Medical Joint Venture INC. also produces products that help strengthen the upper body, too. Curamotion’s most popular piece of upper body rehabilitation equipment is the Magneciser Exer I Vertical Shoulder Exerciser.
If you are looking to strengthen your entire body, Curamotion’s Magneciser Exer IV 3 in 1 Exerciser and Curamotion Magneciser Exer II Upper and Lower Body Exerciser are machines that target both the upper and lower parts of the body. The Magneciser Exer II, for example, has tools that will help you increase circulation, build muscle, and improve your body’s range-of-motion. The machine has wall mounting equipment, meaning that you can take the machine on the road if you are traveling for business. Recovery is yours with a little motivation and a Curamotin.
Headquartered in Berlin, Connecticut, Scilogex is a distributor that specializes in manufacturing cryogenics-related laboratory equipment. The Scilogex High Speed Personal Refrigerated Mini-Centrifuge w/24 Place Rotor has a motor that spins at 15000 RPM. Other features of this miniature cryogenics refrigerator are an LCD display screen that tracks all of the statistics that are important to scientists conducting experiments on frozen materials or unique suspended samples.
Unlike most cryogenics refrigerators, the Scilogex High Speed Personal Refrigerated Mini-Centrifuge w/24 Place Rotor operates very quietly, courtesy of its Brushless motor and self-lubricating rotors. And, because the motor is brushless, it does not require any maintenance or upkeep.
In terms of cooling, the Scilogex Mini-Centrifuge employs a dual rotor system that keeps the temperature of the refrigerator at a standard 4 degrees Celsius. However, the product is capable of cooling or freezing items at temperatures that range from -16 degrees Celsius to 40 degrees Celsius. Like other Scilogex products, this personal cryogenics refrigerator comes with a 2 year warranty.
The Scilogex High Speed Personal Refrigerated Mini-Centrifuge measures 13.3 inches in width, 22.8 inches in length, and 12.8 inches in height. Because of its compact size, this Scilogex product will fit on any laboratory table.
Compact size is a necessary component of all mini-centrifuges because they are used by biologists, chemists, and biochemists to conduct research and experiments in a laboratory setting. Generally speaking, microfuges are used to isolate or separate materials by spinning small samples of that material at extremely high speeds. The difference between larger centrifuges and mini-centrifuges is that the latter was designed for small sample sizes. As a consequence, these machines need to be easy carry from different locations in a laboratory.
The 15,000 RPM speed that this microcentrifuge maintains, fulfills most laboratory requirements. The device’s standard internal temperature of 4 degrees Celsius protects sample materials from the degradation and decomposition that would occur at a higher temperature.
The Benchmark Scientific BenchMixer XL Multi Tube Vortex Mixer w/50x12mm Tube Rack is designed for scientists seeking the ability to mix liquids in cylinders or vials without having to use their hands. The most obvious benefit of a vortex mixer is that if you are using hazardous materials, you do not need to worry about spilling anything dangerous on your hands or arms. This Benchmark Vortex Mixer also allows scientists to mix liquids in tubes that are tilted horizontally.
What makes the BenchMixer truly unique is that the pulsing unit is constructed on a 7 inch by 12 inch platform. This platform contains a number of built-in tube racks that can hold a number of different tube sizes and BenchMixer accessories. If you are using customized laboratory tubes, the vortex mixer can be modified to fit atypical lab equipment, too.
Using the BenchMixer
To operate the Benchmark Scientific BenchMixer XL Multi Tube Vortex Mixer w/50x12mm Tube Rack, simply load the tube rack and set the knobs in place so that your tubes or cylinders are secure. Then, using the device’s digital keypad, select the speed at which you want the device to run, as well as how long you want the vortex mixer to mix. For long-term experiments, the mixer is capable of churning liquids for up to 100 straight hours. And, if you need to pulse liquids at a slow speed, the mixer’s lowest setting is 500 RPM.
Headquartered in Edison, New Jersey, Benchmark Scientific is a manufacturing company responsible for some of the most popular laboratory equipment and accessories currently on the market. Besides the BenchMixer XL Multi Tube Vortex Mixer, the company also makes micro-centrifuges, vortex mixers, homogenizers, lab rollers, incubators for shaking, temperature control equipment, autoclaves, and sterilization products.