Monthly Archives: October 2020
The NHS has been going above and beyond this year to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. Everyone across the UK is thankful for all of their hard work and dedication during this difficult time.
That's why we decided to host a competition to donate a Patient Transfer Scale to one lucky ward.
Choosing the best thermometer for your needs has become more important - but possibly more difficult - than ever.
Since it was discovered that a high temperature is one of the first signs of coronavirus, the demand for thermometers has skyrocketed - but so has the number of thermometer supplies popping up here, there and everywhere.
If your operation relies on an accurate and efficient weighing process, then choosing the right scale for your warehouse is vital.
Some factors to think about when choosing an industrial scale include durability, accuracy, whether you require a Trade Approved scale and the process you’ll mainly be using it for.
A professional Class III Approved baby scale will provide accurate weight readings for infants. But how do you know which scale is best?
In our latest video, we provide six reasons why the Marsden M-400 Baby Scale is an essential scale for weighing babies and children - in clinics, surgeries, hospitals and out in the community.
You may have seen us mention MUST a few times in our previous blog posts, such as this blog about accurate weight assessments in care homes. But you may be asking yourself, what is MUST?
MUST, or the Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool, is a five-step screening tool that is used to identify whether adults are malnourished, at risk of becoming malnutrition or obese.
The 2020 Summer Olympics may not have taken place this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, but we’ve decided to check out some impressive Olympic World Weightlifting Records until the competition returns to Tokyo in 2021.
Weightlifting requires dedication, determination and a whole lot of strength.
A standard weighing scale isn’t suitable for every environment. If the scale is likely to get wet, or dusty, then it’s important that it carries an IP rating.
IP rated scales are protected from ingress of water and dust - therefore, they’re likely to last longer in harsh environments than non-IP scales. In our latest video, we introduce some of Marsden’s stainless steel scales that benefit from an IP rating.
When delving into the world of animal weights and veterinary scales; if you’re wondering what a healthy weight for your horse is, there are a few factors you should consider.
As you’ll be aware, horses come in a range of sizes, from miniature horses to draught horses, and the ideal weight will depend on breed as well as age.
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