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Info on Disposable Exam Wear

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Posted on 17th February 2012 by admin in Disposables

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When you go to see the doctor, sometimes the nurse will have you change into disposable exam wear.  This type of clothing is designed to make it easier for the doctor to do their job without having to worry about their clothing.  On the job, a doctor could face many potential dangers involving substances, chemicals, and bodily fluids.  Thus, they need to wear clothing that protects them from harm while also ensuring they can perform their job effectively.

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Disposable Products vs. Laundry Departments

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Posted on 24th March 2010 by admin in Disposables

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The Truth About Where Hospitals Save Money

This question is largely dependent on the size of a hospital, and the short answer is that larger hospitals (who can afford an entire laundry department) sometimes save money by using non-disposable products. But as labor prices increase (especially with the rising cost of health insurance) even the larger hospitals benefit from switching to disposable products. What do the numbers on disposable products say?

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Benefits of Disposable Bedpads

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Posted on 16th March 2010 by admin in Bed Pads

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Used often along with an absorbent undergarment of some kind, disposable bed pads are useful in managing adult urinary incontinence by preventing wetness from penetrating through a mattress or box spring (which permanently stains the fabric). A furtive method to use when dealing with a rather embarrassing condition, disposable bed pads are a quick and easy way to avoid unfortunate accidents beyond a person’s control especially while sleeping in someone else’s lodgings. Disposable bed pads can also be used in many other locations, such as sofas, chairs, and in times of emergencies can even substitute for an adult diaper due to the use of lightweight, non-woven material.

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Choosing Adult Bibs

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Posted on 16th March 2010 by admin in Adult Bibs

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As one advances in years, the need for additional assistance with once simple tasks becomes increasingly necessary. Even the simple act of feeding oneself starts to become a chore, perhaps from the result of arthritis making the use of utensils neigh-impossible. Many elderly eaters face the troubling aspect of being unable to cease a perpetual ‘trembling’ of their mouths, making the eating of food quite messy. The use of an adult bib can spare people much embarrassment from unsightly food splotches and clumsy-looking stains along their shirt and upper waist areas, especially useful when wearing a delicate material that would need to be dry-cleaned.

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Face Masks – About Swine Flu

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Posted on 11th March 2010 by admin in Disposables

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Swine flu is a type of virus. It’s named for a virus that pigs can get. People do not normally get swine flu, but human infections can and do happen. The virus is contagious and can spread from human to human. Symptoms of swine flu in people are similar to the symptoms of regular human flu and include fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue.

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