Medical diagnostic tools are used in making a medical diagnosis of an individual. Clinician’s use several data sources together to create a diagnostic impression. The initial diagnostic impression can be a broad term describing a category of diseases instead of a specific disease or condition. Medical diagnostic procedure’s may be performed by various health care professionals such as a physician, physical therapist, optometrist, healthcare scientist, chiropractor, dentist, podiatrist, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant.
Our Medical Diagnostics Products
Digital Thermometers are easy to read thermometers that provide an accurate way to get a reliable and quick reading when you or your family are sick. Choose from an assortment of digital thermometers, oral, rectal, forehead, ear, pacifier, or under the arm options and accessories to fit your needs. Our thermometers offer a fast, 10 to 60-second readout in either Fahrenheit, Celsius, or both. In addition, many feature beeper functions to indicate peak temperature, memory recall of last reading, and auto shut-off feature.
Sphygmomanometers and blood pressure equipment are a necessity in any doctor’s office or home care setting. These medical blood pressure cuffs also make a great gift for that future nurse or doctor in your family. In addition, you can upgrade or repair your sphygmomanometer with the many options and parts we have available to you.
Pulse Oximeters detect how much oxygen is in your blood based on the way the light passes through your finger. Pulse oximetry is the technology calculating the results to display a number on the pulse oximeter’s screen that tells you the percent of oxygen in your blood. A fingertip pulse oximeter also measures your pulse rate.
Blood Pressure Monitors today are smart, digital, and easier to use than ever before, simplifying the steps you can take to keep tabs on your health in the privacy of your own home. Monitoring blood pressure is a good health practice for anyone. Still, it’s essential for those at risk for “high blood pressure” or related conditions, anyone diagnosed with or being treated for “high blood pressure/hypertension” (to evaluate the effectiveness of their medication), those following up on (potentially) false readings and for pregnant women with “preeclampsia or hypertension.”