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Urinary Incontinence causes and triggers in men and women.

Posted by Marx Medical Equipment on 5/23/22 9:30 PM

What causes urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence has a wide range of potential causes including various medical conditions, certain medications and constipation. Bladder leakage can also be triggered by issues that are unique to either males or females such as removal of the prostate or pregnancy. It’s always best to seek advice from a doctor or health professional to help you understand more about what is causing the problem. 

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Advantages of renting a Home Care bed

Posted by Marx Medical Equipment on 4/22/22 9:45 AM

Whether a patient is coming home from the hospital to recover from surgery or a going on a trip away with assistive equipment, there are many reasons why a hospital bed may only be needed for a short period of time. Heavier equipment such as hospital beds and air mattresses are significant purchases and are potentially inconvenient to move out after the period of care ends. On the other hand, renting a hospital bed for a longer period can quickly add up. In this guide we explain more about hiring a medical bed and key things you should consider.

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Who might be an appropriate user for Complex Rehab Technology mobility equipment

Posted by Marx Medical Equipment on 3/20/22 10:30 AM

A primary diagnosis resulting from a congenital disorder, progressive or degenerative neuromuscular disease, or from certain types of injury or trauma may be a place to start thinking CRT, but do not limit yourself to those diagnoses.

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Incontinence Products and Supplies from Marx Medical

Posted by Marx Medical Equipment on 2/17/22 8:30 PM

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If you, or someone you care for, have difficulty controlling their bladder or bowel, or reaching the toilet in time, incontinence products may be a good solution.

Many people experience incontinence, and it’s not something to be embarrassed about.

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Get back the freedom and independence you deserve with Medical Alert Systems

Posted by Marx Medical Equipment on 1/27/22 11:00 AM

What is a Medical Alert System and how it works

As the elderly population increases, more seniors are choosing to either live independently or with a caregiver. There are many problems that seniors may encounter trying to keep their independence in their own home. Caregivers and spouses are often overwhelmed with responsibilities of patients that were recently released from the hospital. This can include managing their medication and making sure they’re safe in the household. Most seniors prefer not to seek medical treatment or hospitalization when there is a health concern and therefore, wearing a medical alert bracelet or subscribing to a medical alert service can be a simple solution to both the patient and their families.

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