If 2020 taught us anything, it's how valuable and vulnerable our health is! Start 2021 off right by reading these essential tips for a healthy new year!
With a rapid rise in the number of COVID-19 cases, there is a greater need for medical devices that can help curb the spread of infection. Today, infrared thermometers have emerged as the silent hero for citizens across the world.
Where do you spend a major part of your day? Is it at home or in the office? Or maybe you are the third category of people who spend a lot of time on the road (travelling) if your work demands the same? Most of us are likely to belong to the initial two categories... Continue Reading →
To first appreciate the importance of monitoring your blood pressure, one must first understand what blood pressure is all about. Many patients suffering from high blood pressure or Hypertension undermine the importance of monitoring it, which could result in fatal consequences. Hence, let’s first start to understand the critical nature of an increased Blood Pressure... Continue Reading →
A Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machine is often prescribed for those suffering from obstructive sleep apnea. While it might not be needed for mild cases, but it is absolutely recommended for those suffering from severe cases of obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep apnea has the potential to cause severe long-term health complications. Obstructive sleep apnea... Continue Reading →
Pulse Oximeters are used to measure the concentration of Oxygen in blood. A deeper look at how it is measured.
A new user-friendly app from BPL Medical Technologies is now live - bundles all products, videos and brochures under one roof.
At this day and age, blood pressure is a household term and the awareness around maintaining a 'normal' blood pressure is increasing. If you're wondering how and why, check out our article on blood pressure that would help you understand it deeper. While 120/80 is a well known common number that is associated with blood pressure, above... Continue Reading →