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What's Up at QuickMedical?!

What's Up at QuickMedical?!

October has brought us some unexpectedly nice weather. Last week we were lucky enough to enjoy a sunny, clear day in the 60s during our annual Government Sales BBQ . CEO Scott (right) and Government Sales Director Tom(left) cooked up some tasty steak and bratwurst, along with some root beer and real beer to quench our thirst, from our favorite local brewery--Snoqualmie Brewery. The weather was so fantastic we couldn't help but haul the chairs outside and sit on the patio of our parking lot. Good times! Click ahead for more pics and the happenings of QuickMedical including a wedding!

Top 6 Germiest Places in Your Life

Top 6 Germiest Places in Your Life

Germs are everywhere, but some places are 'germier' than others. Our list today features the top 6 hot spots for germ activity in your daily life. We're listing them not as a scare tactic, but as a gentle warning to our readers, customers, and friends to be on guard in some very common situations.

Riester

Riester

In 1948 Rudolph Riester founded the Riester company and began production on the world's first mercury blood pressure monitors.


In 1964 the Riester company developed the first digital blood pressure monitor.


From the 1950's to the year 2000, when Riester adopted it's new slogan 'The familiar Way,' it has expanded into manufacturing stethoscopes and diagnostic instruments for the ear, nose and throat.


Riester has been a leader in innovative medical equipment, from the start. So it's fitting that fellow innovator, QuickMedical features these Riester products.

How did Cavemen Treat Senior Citizens?

How did Cavemen Treat Senior Citizens?

Our cave dwelling ancestors and the Neanderthals have a bad reputation for being violent, smelly and dumb. But early "almost-humans" either had cultures or were creating them. Their behavior is revealed through archaeological research and some of it is not that different from modern behavior. Do you ever wonder how cavemen treated their elders?

Mystery Monday: Tesla's DEATH RAY

Mystery Monday: Tesla's DEATH RAY



Nikola Tesla is mostly known today for the mysteries surrounding him. Myths and legend aside, Tesla's patents and theoretical work formed the basis of modern alternating current (AC) electric power systems, including the AC motor. This work helped usher in the Second Industrial Revolution.


However, it's Mystery Monday, and while we love science and fact, on Mystery Monday we throw them both out the window and speculate on the what if's.

Top 5 Bad Tattoos of the Internet

Top 5 Bad Tattoos of the Internet

Tattoo parlors need sterilization equipment. This includes autoclaves. At the moment, Tuttanauer has a deal in which your tattoo parlor can get an EZ Autoclave and $400 cash back from the manufacturer. Tattoos can be pretty cool., but sometimes they can be pretty funny. And sometimes...they can be really bad. Click ahead for the Top 5 Bad Tattoos of the Internet.

Your QuickMedical Patient Transport Haiku!

Your QuickMedical Patient Transport Haiku!


The Patient Transport

Gait Belts, Soft Stretchers, more

Be ready to go!



QuickMedical has a full line of Patient Transport and Emergency Medical supplies. Need something? We've probably got it. Take a look around the site. Can't find what you're looking for? Give us a call at 888-345-4858. We're more than happy to help!

Everything Gives You Cancer

Everything Gives You Cancer

In 1982 British musician Joe Jackson released an album called Night and Day. On the surface, the album is a tongue-in-cheek homage to Cole Porter. The playful, but dark music instantly time warps the listener to a New York City of 30 years ago, before the Internet and the Lion King on Broadway. Back then, the Russians were the enemy and Cable TV was a new, exciting and expensive thing. Is it dated? Sure, but that's part of the beauty. What does Joe Jackson have to do with QuickMedical? Glad you asked.

Tattoo You

10 years ago, an Iowa man and his stepson were listening to the radio. The DJ announced a typically crazy radio promotion: if a listener tattooed the radio station logo on their forehead, that listener would get a million dollar prize. The man and his stepson thought this was reasonable and promptly got tattooed with the words "93 ROCK: The Quad City Rocker." Then they made their way to the radio station, ready to pick up their oversized novelty check for 1 million dollars. Unfortunately, the DJ was just joking, and the man and his stepson didn't detect his sarcasm. Lawsuits followed on both sides, but were later dropped. Things were settled out of court with hush money to surgically remove the damning marks. The radio station later changed its name and format. The tattooed men should have had their tattoos removed and faded into obscurity. Unfortunately, something else happened.

Why Are You, Who You Are?

Why Are You, Who You Are?

Why are we here? What is the meaning of human life? In particular, why are we who we are? Were we taught to be human or were we born this way? Are cancers, cardiovascular diseases, asthma, hypertension, diabetes, and obesity encoded in our DNA like a computer operating system or are they a consequence of adaptable conditions in the environment?


We're not going to answer any of these questions today, or maybe ever. However, a provocative new research by pioneers in the field of 'fetal origins,' claim to have a few answers to the big 'Why?'