Keep your employees safe and OSHA-compliant with a first aid kit. OSHA does not require a specific first aid kit for general industry but does require adequate first aid supplies be readily available. All industries are required to comply regardless of the type of work performed by the employees but the type of first aid […]
The US pet industry topped out at over $123 billion in sales last year, according to a recent study conducted by APPA. Vet care and related products made up $34.3 billion of that amount. Another survey conducted by financial website LendEDU, found that nearly half of all Americans spend the same or more on their […]
Being asthmatic is something that impacts every aspect of life. From doing housework to working out, moving air in an out of the lungs is difficult with asthma. When not controlled, it can become a potentially serious and even life-threatening disease. Unfortunately, there isn’t currently a cure for this life-altering disease, but there are ways […]
Here’s what clinics can get back from reimbursements on their testing of certain things and the codes for the reimbursement.
PAD, peripheral artery disease, is a progressive atherosclerotic disease that is finally getting a big push forward by two major healthcare organizations.
June is National Safety Month which is where people team up with the National Safety Council and spread the importance of safety standards in homes, workplaces, and communities. Fort Smith Medical & Janitorial Supply wants to make sure you and everyone else are using great safety standards. We feel that this blog here has all […]
Incidents that require stitches most often leave a lifelong reminder with a scar. Anytime reduced scarring can be provided for a patient will earn any medical professional bonus points.
We’re two years into the Covid-19 pandemic and for the majority of people, just mentioning it gives an immediate sense of negativity. However, with every cloud there is a silver lining. I like to think the pandemic offered several silver linings such as curbside pick-up and home deliveries.
Long before Covid-19, keeping areas germ-free and disinfected were at the forefront of business’ priority lists. Now that we’re two years into the pandemic and there appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel, disinfecting remains to be a top priority and will continue to be whether it’s Covid or the flu or other contagion.