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Top Home Medical Devices

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The right home medical device can be an essential lifeline to your healthcare needs. Since we can’t always go to the doctor every time there is a minor medical issue, these home devices are essential for staying on top of your health.

While not every person will need all of these devices in their home, it is important to be aware of some of the essential home medical devices that can change your health for the better. Here are a few of the “must-haves.”

  1. Medical Thermometer

A true medical-grade thermometer is a must-have addition to any home. If you don’t already have one ready to use, it’s time to add a thermometer to your medicine cabinet. A medical thermometer is a straightforward way to determine if any member of your household has a fever or serious illness.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, it has also become an essential tool for helping determine coronavirus-related symptoms. Now that more people are turning to virtual appointments with their doctors, it can also be a must-have tool for these web-based visits.

  1. Humidifier

While most people may not think of a humidifier as their first “must have” home medical device, it can have an incredibly positive impact on your health. Maintaining optimum humidity levels can not only make the home more comfortable, but it can help prevent the chances of spreading airborne viruses and bacteria.

If the air in your home is below a certain Relative Humidity, or RH level, it can actually allow difference germs and viruses to remain airborne for hours at a time. A simple home humidifier can go a long way in creating a safer space for your entire family.

  1. Circulation Booster

Often, as adults age, they start to struggle with poor circulation. While poor circulation is typically first noticed in the lower extremities, it can impact the entire body and lead to serious health issues such as fatigue, weakness, cellulitis, blood clotting and cramps.

A circulation booster, such as theRevitive Circulation Booster, can help stimulate the nerve endings in the soles of your feet, get your muscles moving and draw more fresh, oxygenated blood into your feet and legs. Devices like this can improve circulation, muscle strength in the legs and relieve aches and pains. Regular use will also help prevent further circulation-related issues from forming.

  1. Pulse Oximeters

A pulse oximeter is an important gadget that detects oxygen concentration in the blood. This is important as a sufficient amount of oxygen must be transported through your bloodstream and to your organs in your body. It is how your organs function properly.

When there is inadequate oxygen in the blood it can cause hypoxemia which can result in vital organ failure. A pulse oximeter can range from simple, straight-forward devices found at your local drug store, to technologically advanced options like the Masimo Personal Health Bluetooth Fingertip Pulse Oximeter.

No matter what device you choose, you will find that a pulse oximeter a simple and straightforward at-home tool that you can use to determine if immediate medical attention is needed. It can even save your life.

  1. Blood Pressure Monitors

If you, or someone in your family is suffering from high blood pressure (hypertension) or low blood pressure (hypotension) then they need to be checking their blood pressure daily with a blood pressure monitor. For most adults, “normal” blood pressure is a systolic pressure of less than 120 and a diastolic pressure of less than 80.

A blood pressure monitor will help you stay on top of these numbers. This can also provide vital information that patients can pass on to their doctors and make sure that they know when to seek medical attention in an emergency.

The right home medical devices can make all of the difference in your health and your everyday quality of life. Keep products like this in mind so that you can make sure your home is fully equipped with the essential items you need to stay your healthiest.

 

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