Medical Device Sales Expected to Grow—Perks of Refurbished Equipment

Everyone who plans on buying certain equipment—be it for medical or any other commercial purpose—always thinks that the more expensive an item is, the more efficient it is. However, in the field of medicine, used machines are refurbished, sold, and bought by various surgical equipment sales experts. This cost-effective strategy is done to meet their client’s budget and at the same time provide top-notch and reasonably priced service to patients.Refurbished medical equipment are typically used equipment that are fixed up or reconditioned by leading manufacturers or third party agencies. These machines have been improved with new parts to make sure that they are optimally functioning, can still be used for surgical procedures, and are able to meet industry standards.

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Used Medical Equipment: A Practical Choice for Startup Health Centers


Before refurbished medical equipment are sold, they are being inspected and repaired (should there be need for it) by professional technicians to ensure that the tools or devices that reach your hands are in tiptop shape. There are a lot of companies, such as Used Stryker, which sell affordable used medical equipment and a variety of refurbished products, not to mention financing and warranty.

Refurbished or used medical equipment are ideal for ambulatory or surgical centers that are still in their early or startup years. Purchasing reasonably priced yet high-quality used medical equipment for sale, sees to it that your patients will get the care and treatment they deserve while you protect your bottom line.
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Properly Cleaning Reusable Medical Instruments

The threat of the Ebola virus hangs in the air indefinitely, changing the mood of the general public. The need to improve on things that we can control, such as maintaining clean, sterile medical instruments, has become more imperative than ever before—even more so when cleaning reusable medical instruments.

In cleaning medical instruments, the quality of water matters. Washing with tap water is discouraged, since it has a high concentration of minerals which can settle and stain medical instruments over time. Continue reading

Facts about Refurbished Medical Equipment

Refurbished medical equipment are in no way inferior to their brand new counterparts, but there are several important facts you should need to know before buying them.

Different types of refurbishment – Refurbishment has three sub-types, namely visual, parts, and full. Visual refurbishment means that the unit only needs minor cosmetic touches; parts means that several working components have been replaced for better functioning; and full refurbishment means a full-scale overhaul of the entire unit, including its parts and finishing, is necessary. Continue reading