Monthly Archives: August 2020
Before the global coronavirus pandemic, Telehealth services were not considered widely used by patients and healthcare professionals in the UK.
However, the introduction of social-distancing, self-isolation and shielding to prevent the spread of COVID-19 has transformed the way both the NHS and private healthcare services operate and provided an opportunity for telehealth and the remote exchange of data.
Weighing patients with limited mobility takes time, can be uncomfortable for the patient and usually requires two members of staff.
These are the issues we wanted to help solve with our new chair scale with stand assist, which is now available to order. Now, you can see how the M-250 works in our new video.
It can be easy to over-feed our furry friends with treats and large meals but maintaining your cat’s weight can be really important as obese or overweight cats can be at risk of a number of health conditions including diabetes, pancreatitis, arthritis and even skin sores.
Discover the healthy weight for your cat with our informative guide.
Telehealth involves the remote exchange of data between patients and healthcare professionals. The innovation is revolutionising patient care as it allows for regular diagnosis and the careful monitoring of the health and weight of patients.
It also reduces the strain on GP surgeries, hospitals and the NHS.
Many of us workout these days, whether it’s hitting the gym for an hour in the evening, taking a brisk stroll around the park on a Sunday morning or playing sport with friends. However, few of us decide to transform our bodies quite like the Arnold Schwarzenegger’s and Lou Ferrigno’s of this world.
It isn’t possible to gain an overall view of your health and well-being from standing on a scale, comparing data, or using a skinfold calliper.
However, calculations such as weight, body fat percentage, and body mass index can all be used to gain a better understanding of a person’s physical health.
Last month, we launched our first advanced body composition analyser, the MA601. This sophisticated Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) scale has been developed by our partners Charder and provides detailed body/fat/muscle measurements.
But what do the readings mean, and how can a BIA scale help you achieve fitness goals more easily? This blog post is an overview of what your readings are telling you.