Pulse oximeters have become increasingly popular over the past few months because of their use as a coronavirus early detection tool. A number of recovering COVID-19 patients have been given oximeters to keep track of their oxygen levels.
As we launch the Marsden O-100 Fingertip Pulse Oximeter we ask, how important is this clever little device in detecting early signs of coronavirus?
Schools in the UK closed ‘until further notice’ on Friday 20th March. Eight weeks on, although there is still no confirmed date, schools have been advised to prepare for re-opening ‘from 1st June.’
But when education and childcare settings do begin to open, which looks to be highly likely before the summer holidays, what can be done to make them as safe as possible?
Since the outbreak of coronavirus in the UK, there has been a chronic PPE shortage, with supplies in some areas running critically low by April.
British manufacturing companies, however, have stepped in and turned their production facilities over to gowns, masks and gloves. Now, Marsden has joined the efforts, with a lightweight, high quality reusable face shield.
It can be incredibly difficult to know which medical weighing scale to buy with so many different terms and accuracies mentioned.
What do M and CE stand for, and what does Class III Approved mean? We intend to clear these up for you in this blog post.
Now that staying at home is the new normal, monitoring your health at home has become more important than ever. Since visiting GPs is now only recommended when it’s a necessity, get to know your health inside-out without leaving the house.
Read on to learn our 3 key recommendations for staying healthy at home.
So, the inevitable has happened. Following in the footsteps of China, Italy, Spain and France, the UK is now in lockdown and all contact with friends, family, neighbours or colleagues must be kept to an absolute minimum.
But where does this leave those industries where regular contact with others is an everyday necessity? For care homes, where some of the most vulnerable need daily care and assistance, these are not easy days.
With over 90 years’ experience in providing accurate and reliable weighing scales, including 50 years of supplying UK medical weighing scales, Marsden is here to answer all your questions regarding Body Mass Index with our ultimate guide to calculating BMI.
Read on to find out more.
How often have you asked yourself this question? You may have Googled the answer, but the answer really depends on your weightloss goals.
Whilst keeping regular track of your weight is recommended, weighing yourself too often, or not often enough, can have negative effects on your weightloss plan and motivation.