As a medical professional, you know there are good bacteria and bad bacteria. While healthy bodies thrive when good bacteria are present in the gut, undetected bad bacteria can pose quite the risk. Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is just one type of bad bacteria that can hide in the digestive tract. If left undiagnosed and untreated, the bacteria can cause ulcers in the lining of the stomach or the upper part of the small intestine. In some cases, the infection can even lead to stomach cancer.
Fortunately, patients who exhibit symptoms of ulcers, such as bloating, nausea, vomiting or lack of appetite, can undergo a quick test to diagnose this infection. This simple blood test costs $3.68 for the disposable parts and lasts approximately 3-7 minutes. When the test is complete, your practice will earn back $17.66 in reimbursements. The Accustrip H. Pylori Rapid Test is a reliable option for fast results. This test is a rapid lateral flow, qualitative immunoassay, which is intended for use at point-of-care facilities for detection in human blood or serum.
If you are searching for an H. Pylori Test Immunoassay for infectious agent antibodies, look no further. Medical Device Depot has the perfect disposable test, which will continue to bring money to your practice with each use.
On Saturday June 8, Medical Device Depot webmaster Matthew Morgal ran in the Be a Superhero Run for a Reason 5K, a chip-timed run & fundraiser on behalf of the Bowen Foundation for Autism. Congratulations Matthew!
Advanced Clinical Products employee Matt Berens was honored last night as one of Howard County’s Finest Under 39. Matt is one of many young professionals committed to outstanding achievement in community involvement and the business world, while raising funds for cystic fibrosis (CF) research. Congratulations!
Click here to learn more about this cause, and to make a donation to cystic fibrosis research.
On Saturday June 23, Medical Device Depot employees ran in the 5K Run and Fun Walk to Stop the Bleeding, a chip-timed run & fundraiser on behalf of the Hemophilia Foundation of Maryland. Congratulations to all of the runners!
As part of the newly formed Wellness Initiative, employees from Medical Device Depot are using the Fitbit Wireless Activity + Sleep Tracker.
Fitbit is a portable wireless device that tracks health data from the wearer, including number of steps walked, hours of sleep, and imputable data such as food eaten.
Employees from Medical Device Depot participated in the Baltimore Running Festival 5K and CA Mud Run last Saturday! All of our employees successfully completed the run! Check out some pictures from the event below:
Mud run pictures coming soon!
Medical Device Depot is very excited to run at the Baltimore Running Festival this Saturday! Check out our shirts from our charity group, American Red Cross. Event pictures will be up next week!
Medical Device Depot is pleased to announce the formation of the MDD Wellness Initiative! The goal of this initiative is to promote healthy activity through routine exercise and friendly competition.
The inaugural event of the MDD Wellness Division will take place this Saturday, October 15 with employees on both east and west coasts participating in the Baltimore 5K and DelMar Mud Run respectively.
Check back later for event pictures!