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Are you a health care professional looking for medical equipment for your clinic or medical office? DocCheck store has what you need! Medical equipment is our field and we are specialized in instruments and diagnostic items.
We offer on this page all the necessary equipment to perform injections, infusions, transfusions or blood tests in the best possible conditions. Our extensive catalog includes kits with disposable syringes, needles, catheters, sampling, infusion and transfusion kits and all the accessories, holders and adapters that go with them.
You will find on this page the equipment necessary for these procedures, for the hygienic maintenance of the items and for the care of the patients taken or infused, but also for the storage and analysis of the samples. Our instruments are all certified, of excellent quality and at unbeatable prices. We supply a large number of healthcare institutions and ship to many countries.
Blood sampling is a major and indispensable procedure in the world of diagnosis. It is a sensitive operation that must be performed by a professional to avoid any risk of infection or contamination. The information obtained from a blood sample can be used to detect the presence of certain diseases or pathologies. It can also provide information on how the body reacts to certain treatments. Blood tests can be invasive, but they can provide crucial information about a patient's health.
Some reminders about blood draws for practitioners:
The clinician should explain the procedure to the patient before beginning in order to inform and reassure the patient. After the procedure, it is important to apply pressure to the area receiving the needle and monitor the patient for any abnormal reaction. Blood samples should be properly labeled and stored to preserve their integrity. When drawing blood, it is essential that the technician does not contaminate the sample with outside items such as soap or latex gloves, which can lead to inaccurate results.
As with all medical processes that involve some degree of risk, it is imperative that appropriate protective measures be taken to reduce potential harm to both the patient and the laboratory personnel. Practicing good hygiene when collecting a sample is always essential for safety reasons. Equipment should be sterile and gloves should be changed between each type of sample collected.
An infusion is the administration of blood, drugs or other substances to organs or tissues outside the body during surgical preparation, surgery, research or treatment of certain diseases. Most infusions take place outside the body.
To perform an intravenous infusion, the basic equipment includes an intravenous catheter, saline solution, heparin and a syringe. The saline solution consists of sodium chloride. A necessary component for most subcutaneous infusions, it is referred to as a " sodium chloride infusion ". The procedure is performed by inserting the catheter into the patient's vein and attaching it to the saline solution. Heparin is then injected into the patient's blood to prevent clotting. Finally, the syringe is used to draw out the blood that has been infused with the saline solution.
Once this is done, the process can be repeated several times until the desired result is achieved. Be sure to monitor the patient's blood pressure and other vital signs throughout the process. The infusion usually takes about 2 hours, but it can be shorter or longer depending on the setting. Make sure your patient feels comfortable during this time. It is important to note that the person performing the infusion must have a thorough knowledge of the procedure so as not to harm the patient.
Cannulas or needles are essential for infusion placement. The most reputable manufacturer of cannulas and catheters is B. Braun. That is why you will find a wide range of infusion accessories and disposable cannulas from the B. Braun brand infusion sets and disposable cannulas at the DocCheck store. Injection and infusion sets as well as cannulas are also an effective way of infusing. Safety cannulas and safety systems are suitable instruments for safe and hygienic infusion placement. B. Braun Introcan Safety-W catheters, safety venous cannulas and the B. Braun Venofix Safety Venipuncture Set guarantee high precision and a clean working method. However, the classic disposable cannulas, such as the B. Braun Sterican, are also a popular part of the range in the DocCheck store.
To perform an intravenous or intramuscular injection the practitioner uses swabs, alcohol, a syringe with a sterile needle and the substance to be injected (injection of hyaluronic acid, injection of iron, injection of ceftriaxone to treat a urinary tract infection, etc.). After washing or disinfecting his or her hands, the practitioner pinches a little skin at the injection site and inserts the needle at a 90-degree angle until all the liquid has been injected into the body. The practitioner then disinfects the area of the body that received the injection and applies a bandage.
It's not just small instruments that help with a good blood draw. Larger furniture and equipment also play an important role in the success of blood collection. The DocCheck store offers blood collection chairs, injection cushions, injection equipment dispensers and infusion stands to prepare you for any situation.
The DocCheck store offers you a complete and comprehensive catalog with high quality items sold at competitive prices. We deliver them directly to your health care facility and package our items so that they reach you undamaged and intact. Order now to receive your items quickly.