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This is an extremely complex question that has many variables. Some work for some people while others don't work at all. My experiences have been very mixed.
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A z-slider is a patient transfer sheet. It is used similarly to the way a draw sheet or an incontinence pad can be used to help reposition or transfer a patient
This is a list of medical prefixes and suffixes. They are of Latin and Greek origin. If you are like me, medical terminology is very confusing and complicated.
Caring for an elderly parent can feel like equal parts heavy responsibility and priceless gift of time spent with a loved one.
I came across your webpage as researching for our OH&S team, In particular, researching SARA Stedys (we have about 40 in circulation in our facilities).
This page explains what The Electronic Caregiver is and if one of their products is right for you or your loved one.
New coverage guidelines take effect in 2019 that can make it more affordable for Medicare beneficiaries to get the caregiving services they need.
This is a list of all 200+ of the known different cancer types. Also included is where they are located on or in the body. Some locations are pretty obvious while others, not so much.
This is a list of commonly misspelled medical terms. The words that are in bold are spelled correctly, but could still be mean't for something else depending on the context.