What Hospital Emergency Operations Plans Should Say About Power Loss

Posted by Sam D. Say

Feb 25, 2016 11:57:00 AM

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Topics: Battery-powered suction, Emergency Preparedness

3 Ways to Increase the Performance of Your Portable Suction Device

Posted by Scott Eamer

Oct 20, 2015 4:30:00 AM

 

Users of battery powered portable suction devices often comment the device “sucks”. This can either be a negative or a positive comment. In the case of the former, there are 3 ways to increase the performance of your portable suction device in order to turn the negative into a positive comment.

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Topics: Battery-powered suction, Airway management, Medical Suction

Purchasing Replacement Batteries for Your Portable Suction Device

Posted by Scott Eamer

Oct 15, 2015 4:30:00 AM

The majority of portable suction devices are powered by sealed lead acid batteries. While a sealed lead acid battery is a very stable and reliable battery chemistry, the battery can lose capacity creating the need to purchase a replacement battery for your portable suction device. When buying a replacement battery for your portable suction device there are a few things you should keep in mind.

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Topics: Battery-powered suction, Emergency medical suction, Airway management, Medical Suction

Does Your Hospital Need a Separate Plan for Every Internal Disaster?

Posted by Sam D. Say

Sep 1, 2015 4:30:00 AM

 

An internal disaster can occur in many forms, from a fire in the hospital’s kitchen to a hazardous chemical spill to a bomb threat. With the multitude of potential threats, planning to keep your hospital functioning during these times can be quite a challenge.

 

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Topics: Hospital disaster preparation, Battery-powered suction

A Good Friend in an Emergency

Posted by Sam D. Say

Jul 16, 2015 8:00:00 AM

The more I work with alkaline batteries, the more impressed that I become. Packed in this compact cylinder is a modern miracle.

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Topics: Battery-powered suction