An increase in number of Covid -19 cases has made it difficult for people to go to hospitals for coronavirus testing. During these difficult conditions, it is a good idea to own some of the simple and affordable medical supplies at home.
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Many countries have made Covid-19 test kit. People have choice of testing done for Coronavirus at local health care centers or can request designated lab to send sample collection kit.
Pulse oximeter is a non invasive device that helps to measure blood oxygen level. Blood oxygen level in our red blood cells must be maintained at certain level.
Thermometer is one of the instrument that is worth having at home. Many types of thermometer – digital as well as mercury reading thermometers are available in market. However measuring a person’s body temperature without coming in contact with the person is not possible with regular thermometer. This is where non-contact infrared thermometers are gaining much popularity in this pandemic.
The inflammation of nose leads to stuffy nose. One of the Covid-19 symptom is accumulation of phlegm /mucus and fluid in the nasal passage as well as in lungs. Steam respiratory inhaler eases breathing problem.
N95 respirator is a respiratory protective device. It is designed to achieve an efficient filtration of airborne particles and for a very close facial fit. Edges of the respirator are designed to form close seal around mouth and nose.
Medical gloves are regulated by FDA. These devices are reviewed by the agency to ensure the performance criteria of gloves for tear resistance, leak resistance and for biocompatibility.
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