Educational Blog

Disclaimer – Use At Your Own Risk: The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as advice for any individual case or situation. We will not be liable for any losses or damages in connection with the use of the information from these blogs. All blogs are meant to be educational. We advise always consulting with a professional before attempting anything written in a blog. We can not guarantee all of the services that we write about in our blogs. Any attempt to perform anything written in a blog can result in serious injury or fatality without expert guidance and oversight.

Can A Patient With A Pacemaker Undergo An MRI?

The use of pacemakers and cardioverter-defibrillators has drastically increased in today's world. Out of all the people with implants, 75% of them have to undergo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) during their lifetimes. In the past, patients with cardiac devices were...

read more

Can The Use Of Cell Phone Cause Interference with Pacemakers

Our cell phones are an integral part of our life. But did you know that it emits radiofrequency (RF), and there are chances that this energy can interfere with electronic medical devices? Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) is the name we have given to this type of...

read more

What Are Some Different Types Of Telemedicine?

There are many telemedicine types, but the three main types are store-and-forward remote monitoring and real-time interactive services.  Each of them has its benefits related to the patient's health, and if you use them appropriately, both you the patient, and...

read more

What Are Some Different Types of Pacemakers?

The specifics of your heart and the symptoms you face determine the type of pacemaker you will need. Your doctor will be able to tell you about which specific pacemaker you require only after a diagnosis. What Is A Single Chamber Pacemaker? A very commonly used...

read more

How Do You Know When You Need a Pacemaker?

If you are looking to have a steady heartbeat, then implanting a pacemaker is a standard heart procedure. But the most important thing, how do you know if you need to have a pacemaker implanted? When you walk in and tell the doctor that you are feeling dizzy, you are...

read more

Remote Cardiac Services

We are rapidly seeing a rise in technological advancement within the healthcare field. Specifically with Remote Cardiac Services. The changes are a positive move forward. These changes are allowing many patients to have opportunities they previously did not. Device...

read more

The Future of Healthcare is in Cloud Computing

Technology is changing so many industries, and healthcare is no exception. Services like cloud computing are addressing some of the biggest administrative challenges in medical offices. But what exactly is cloud computing? And how is it helping medical workers? We...

read more

Using Telemedicine as a Nurse Practitioner

As a nurse practitioner, you have a lot on your plate. NPs have to deal with patients, doctors, hospital administrators, and more. Finding efficient ways to manage your patients’ care will make life easier- for both you and also those in your care. Learn how...

read more

Reducing Paper Waste Telehealth Services

We all know that the world is rapidly changing. While things like COVID-19 are on the forefront, other issues are still affecting us in the background. Climate change in particular is a problem with dangerous consequences. However, it can be hard to address...

read more

How Remote Cardiac Monitoring Reduces Healthcare Costs

Healthcare costs can sometimes feel like the elephant in the room. While healthcare routinely saves lives, lots of the tools that help doctors can be expensive. Of course, patients feel the burden of cost, too. Remote cardiac monitoring tools like Octagos are doing...

read more