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Medical Equipment & Supplies In Lubbock

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Medical Equipment & Supplies

Below is a list of businesses which provide Medical Equipment & Supplies services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.

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Business Listing   Advanced Limb and Brace - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 351-1775

Business Listing   Apria Health Care - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 796-2227

Business Listing   Apria Healthcare - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 791-0202

Business Listing   Audio Acoustics Hearing Centers - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 798-3600

Business Listing   Caprock Medical Supply - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 791-1599

Business Listing   Delta Home Oxygen Health Care - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 762-1465

Business Listing   Guardian Home Care Services - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 799-6084

Business Listing   Holland George D Jr - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 797-4327

Business Listing   Intimate Boutique & Apparel - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 722-2004

Business Listing   King Hearing Center - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 745-7878

Business Listing   Lincare - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 792-6894

Business Listing   Lubbock Health Supply - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 795-0873

Business Listing   Numotion - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 749-2300

Business Listing   Oxy-Health - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 788-0556

Business Listing   Rehab Plus Therapeutic Products Inc - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 791-2288

Business Listing   South Plains Medical Service - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 795-9118

Business Listing   Wal-Mart Vision Center - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 793-9691

Business Listing   Wheelcare Transportation - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 794-7573

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Helpful Definition for: Medical Equipment & Supplies

Medical equipment in Lubbock is designed to aid in the diagnosis, monitoring or treatment of medical conditions. Innovations in medical technology have produced numerous appliances and instruments that have been essential in diagnosis, treatment, prevention of diseases and rehabilitation of patients. Modern medicine requires and utilizes numerous such instruments for medical purposes, which can be as simple as a scalpel or sutures, to as complex as a respirator or a dialyser. These devices in Lubbock are usually designed with rigorous safety standards. There are several basic types: 'Diagnostic' equipment, used to aid in diagnosis, would include ultrasound and MRI machines,PET, CT scanners and x-ray machines;'Therapeutic' equipment like lasers and surgical machines;'Life Support' equipment like ventilators, heart-lung machines, and dialysis machines; medical monitors and medical laboratory equipment. Some well-known equipment supplying companies are Johnson & Johnson, Cameron Health, Philips, Getting Group, etc. The equipment mentioned above are mostly supplied in hospitals in Lubbock. Certain medical equipment are specially designed to be used by patients at home.


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