Monthly Archives: May 2017
This month, Marsden launched a range of entry level weighing scales that have a Body Surface Area (BSA) calculation function - the first weighing scales in the world with such a feature, we believe.
Now, it has been reported that people with a large body surface area have almost three times the risk of atrial fibrillation.
The Association of Women's Health Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) recommends that cumulative blood loss be formally measured or quantified after every birth.
Failure to recognise excessive blood loss during childbirth is a leading cause of maternal mortality, according to The Joint Commission.
Freight as an industry relies on weighing equipment for a number of reasons - and at Marsden we provide a number of different weighing solutions to suit, ranging from platforms to pallet truck scales.
For freight companies, a weighing scale is essential for safety, regulation, cost and operation.
Platform scales are perfect for weighing bulky goods: Not only do they offer high capacities and large weighing areas, they’re also rugged and built to last.
From check weighing incoming or outgoing shipments, to liquid filling systems, Marsden platform scales are used for a huge variety of industrial weighing applications.
Obesity causes 47% more early deaths than tobacco – according to research by Cleveland Clinic and the New York University School of Medicine.
The researchers said that tobacco would have topped the list if it wasn’t for the global push to limit cigarette use – and experts are calling for a similar push on obesity.
When it comes to weighing patients who are unable to stand, they can be weighed using a chair scale or in their wheelchair on a wheelchair scale.
And at Marsden, with over 90 years of experience, we want you to make the most from your order.
Whether you're managing feeds, weighing produce or assessing livestock, weighing scales are crucial for farms.
Farms need scales which are robust, durable and highly accurate. In some cases, a waterproof scale is also beneficial so that the weighing can take place outside.
“Most healthcare delivery will be done virtually (via telehealth), instead of in person 30 years from now,” predicts Yulun Wang – chairman, chief innovation officer and founder of InTouch Health.
That’s because, he says, virtual healthcare delivery is more convenient for the patient and more efficient for the provider.
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