Diagnostics

Select from our comprehensive list of diagnostic devices like blood pressure monitors, fingertip pulse oximeters, ENT diagnostic sets, thermometers and stethoscopes for measuring and monitoring your patient's vital signs. You can also stock up on essentials like wound dressing, surgical gloves, patient alarms and alcohol swabs.



    Tracking Devices

    Wearable technology Keep track of your vitals like heart rate, blood pressure while exercising or undergoing physical therapy. / Wearable technology like GPS watches or activity tracking devices to monitor and track fitness-related metrics such as running rhythm, speed sensor, distance run, distance and /or number of steps walked or run, calorie consumption, and in some cases heartbeat and quality of sleep. Synch these devices wirelessly to a computer or smartphone for long-term data tracking and analysis. A GPS watch is a device with integrated GPS receiver worn as a watch.

    Exercise Counters Simple, easy to use and portable devices that count the number of steps you take /A pedometer is a portable device popularly used as an exercise counter and motivator, often worn on the belt and kept on all day to record the number of steps the wearer has taken that day. Step counters such as these are being integrated into an increasing number of portable consumer electronic devices such as music players, smartphones, and mobile phones.

    Waterproof Fitness Tracker Suitable for fitness tracking underwater /Water resistant tracking devices in an assortment of size, shapes, forms and colours – up to 50m in the pool, ocean or shower; up to 5 days of battery life, LED light alerts in addition to the usual functionalities and activity tracking.

    Remote Monitoring Maximize technology to minimize clinic or hospital-centred patient care / Leverage technology to connect patient’s current status to their primary care physicians and caregivers. Includes a collection of vital-sign takers, activity trackers and other devices to step on or strap on. The data collected are then transmitted to a collection point in a computer or secured site in the Internet “cloud”, to be accessed by the attending physician and / or caregiver to detect, prevent, manage health problems in a timely manner and improve outcomes.

    Vitals

    Heart & Lungs Listen to heart sounds, the lungs, and blood flow in the arteries and veins /A range of stethoscopes, some of which can be connected to a computer to record and save the heart and pulmonary sounds. Sphygmomanometers are available to be used together with the stethoscope to measure blood pressure.

    Blood Pressure Used to measure blood pressure /Manual sphygmomanometers are considered the most reliable diagnostic device for measuring blood pressure and recommended for high risk patients. The aneroid sphygmomanometer, a mechanical unit with a dial for the readings, as well as a bulb and air valve, is most commonly used. Digital finger blood pressure monitors are small, portable, and easy to use as are the digital sphygmomanometers which can inflated either manually or automatically.

    Body Temperature Used to measure body temperature /Thermometers for all types and levels of care, from routine physical exams to emergency department triage to inpatient care. The new electronic thermometers shorten the time necessary to measure a patient's temperature and can be set for the specific part of the body being measured, such as the mouth, under the armpit, rectally, or the ear.

    Eyes & Ears Used to detect / diagnose detached retinas, glaucoma, bacterial infections in the eyes or ear infections, ringing in the ears and causes of dizziness./ Hand held devices like the direct or indirect ophthalmoscope that enables a physician to check a patient's eye for symptoms bacterial infections, detached retinas and glaucoma. Otoscopes are handheld devices that allow physicians to look into the ear canal and diagnose conditions like ear infections, ringing in the ears and causes of dizziness.

    Blood Pressure

    Sphygmomanometers Commonly used by physicians and healthcare workers / Manual sphygmomanometers are considered the most reliable diagnostic device for measuring blood pressure and recommended for high risk patients. The aneroid sphygmomanometer, a mechanical unit with a dial for the readings, as well as a bulb and air valve, is most commonly used.

    Digital Devices Easy to use portables / Digital finger blood pressure monitors are small, portable, and easy to use. Automatic digital blood pressure monitors measure blood pressure and generate digital readouts which can be incorporated into the patient’s electronic medical record.

    Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring A relatively new technique for assessing a person's blood pressure / An ABPM device consists of a blood pressure cuff that is worn on the arm, and which is attached to a recording device (roughly the size of a CD player) that is worn on a belt. The ABPM device is worn for either 24 or 48 hours, and it records your blood pressure periodically (usually at 15-minute or 30-minute intervals) throughout that period.

    Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor Worn as a cuff around the Wrist to monitor blood pressure by measuring pulse rhythm / Worn around the wrist, these small, easy to use devices automatically inflate and generate high accuracy readings.

    Diagnostics

    Blood Sugar Measure the level of glucose in the blood / A wide and diversified range of easy to use glucose meters, glucose test strips, lancets and insulin syringes with disposal kits.

    Blood Oxygen Measure the oxygen level in the blood / Oximetry Meters are used on either the wrist or finger to produce a pulse rate and blood oxygen saturation reading in a few seconds. Capable of being integrated to the electronic medical record.

    IV Starter Kit To enable the caregiver to administer fluids or medicine intravenously. / These pre-packed kits include prep, scrub, alcohol pads, PVP ampule (for further infection prevention steps), gloves, securement device.

    Medical Supplies

    Patient Care Supplies for emergency or long term care / Instruments to be used in the process of caring for the patient and disposables that protect the person you are caring for, yourself and anyone you come into contact with. Includes beds and mattresses, therapeutic chairs that serve various functions, mobility assistance products, incontinence management supplies, exercise equipment, and grooming and dressing aids. Surgical supplies and equipment like syringes, stainless steel tools for wound cleaning, dressing and injections. For patients with respiratory illnesses, respiratory aids like portable oxygen supply units and nebulizers will be effective in alleviating discomfort and preventing further attacks; while the living environment can be kept clean with air purifiers, humidifiers and cleansers.

    Prevent & Protect Protect the person you are caring for, yourself and anyone you come into contact with./ Alcohol pads, cotton pads, swabs in all shapes, sizes and material, gauze - used for cleaning and disinfecting wounds, disinfecting and to meet your specific need. Medical gloves in various sizes, ranging from disposable latex gloves, nitrile powder-free gloves, sterile gloves, vinyl gloves and more.

    Masks Protect the person you are caring for, yourself and anyone you come into contact with./ We stock all types of masks like the N95, surgical masks and others that offer protection from smoke, dust, pollution or from getting infected by air-borne diseases.

    Disinfectants Protect the person you are caring for, yourself and anyone you come into contact with./ Liquid and hard soaps – scented, fragrance-free, medicated, anti-bacterial, hypoallergenic, moisturising. Liquid sanitizers for home use, portable fit-in-the-bag for individuals and for use in public areas. Wet hand-towels or tissues in portable packs for convenience when outdoors or travelling. Heavy-duty disinfectants for household use are also available for selection.