Medical Action Industries

Medical Action is the leading manufacturer/distributor of Operating Room Disposable supplies, Containment Systems for Medical Waste, Minor Procedure Kits and Trays, Bedside Products and Disposable Supplies for Medical Laboratories. Although our products have been primarily marketed to acute facilities in domestic and international markets, Medical Action over the recent years has expanded its end-user base to include physician, dental, veterinary offices and out-patient surgery centers and long-term care facilities.

Healthcare Supplies

Think about all that your medical or dental practice requires to function. You need tools, pharmaceuticals and more for cosmetic, restorative and surgical procedures. You also require equipment for exams and imaging.

In addition, you need to think about how you protect your staff, keep your space clean, conduct testing and dispose of all waste. DuraPro Health has anticipated the needs of dental and medical professionals for over 25 years, and continues to help your practice run with a broad range of essential healthcare supplies.

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Remain compliant and carry out procedures with precision with the following healthcare supplies:

  • Protective supplies: Keep your hands, face and other parts of your body protected against various exposures. Outfit your office with gloves, dispensers and protective apparel for this purpose.

  • Disposables: From sponges to gauze, make sure your medical or dental office has the right disposable supplies on hand to treat wounds and keep messes in check.

  • Furniture and equipment: Complete your office and operatory with tables and other essential equipment.

  • Sterilization and cleaning: Make sure equipment gets sterilized, surfaces stay clean and infection risks remain low.

  • Instruments, syringes and surgical supplies: Find needles, injection and surgical supplies, syringes and instruments for general and specialized practice.

  • Lab equipment: Make sure your office is prepared to take samples and perform a range of tests.

  • Skin and wound care: Treat wounds and other injuries with standard and compression bandages, gauze, tapes and cleansers.

  • Sharps disposal: You know that needles and other instruments canā€™t be discarded in the trash or recycling, so equip your medical or dental office with a sharps disposal container.

  • Safety and emergency equipment: Anticipate any type of emergency that could happen ā€” from a spill to a natural disaster ā€” and stock your office with appropriate supplies.

Save on Healthcare Supplies

For over 25 years, DuraPro Health has promised affordable equipment and solutions to dental and medical professionals. We maintain that through all aspects of our business, including our wide selection of healthcare supplies. Stock up today and save on all the essentials.

Sub-Categories:

Medical Action Gent-L-KareĀ® IV Start Kits
$Ā 178.00 $Ā 160.20 160.20000000000002 USD
Medical Action Needle Counter, Magnet
$Ā 224.00 $Ā 201.60 201.6 USD
Medical Action View Pack Self-Seal Pouches, 5Ā¼" x 10"
$Ā 228.00 $Ā 205.20 205.20000000000002 USD

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the types of equipment used in healthcare?

The types of equipment used in healthcare include:
  • Storage and transport medical equipment, including carts, cabinets and other essentials for moving equipment and supplies around a medical facility.
  • Durable medical equipment, or DME, which offers patients comfort and therapeutic benefits. Used in hospitals and homecare settings, this type of equipment spans wheelchairs and other mobility devices to beds and ventilators.
  • Diagnostic medical equipment, which is used to examine a patient and investigate their condition based on their symptoms. This type of equipment needs to be able to assess a patient internally and encompasses imaging devices, thermometers and stethoscopes.
  • Electric medical equipment for monitoring and recording how the body functions. This type spans software and workstations to medication pumps and defibrillators.
  • Treatment or procedural equipment for addressing various conditions. This group spans infusion pumps to scalpels and forceps to lasers and surgical technologies.
  • Surgical medical equipment for use in invasive procedures. This includes stands, tables and other supports used during surgery.
  • Acute care equipment, which applies to daily, routine equipment used in clinics and other medical settings, including for monitoring certain conditions and treating wounds.
  • Life support equipment for helping preserve and assist a patientā€™s essential bodily functions and organ systems. This group covers ventilators and cardiopulmonary bypass (CB) equipment as well as dialysis machines.
  • Laboratory equipment used in diagnostic and clinical settings for examining and analyzing samples.

What is the difference between medical supplies and medical equipment?

Medical supplies and medical equipment may seem synonymous, but they vary in scope and application. Medical supplies are for general-use and at-home patient care and are frequently disposable in nature. You can often purchase medical supplies in over-the-counter settings, like drugstores.

Medical equipment assists with monitoring, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and other specific uses involving illness or injury. Not only is this equipment not usually disposable, but it generally requires advanced training to use and needs routine maintenance and repairs to function optimally.

What is the most used medical equipment?

The most used medical equipment are items that serve a broad swath of patients. These items include:
  • Stretchers
  • Defibrillators
  • Monitors
  • Sterilization equipment
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG/ECG) machines
  • Surgical and anesthesia equipment

What equipment do clinics need?

Anticipating the range of patients and conditions addressed, clinics and similar medical settings need:
  • Sterilization and janitorial equipment
  • Diagnostic care equipment
  • Supplies for drawing blood
  • Equipment for measuring patient weight and height
  • Defibrillators
  • General-purpose carts
  • Emergency equipment
  • EKG/ECG equipment
  • Exam tables
  • Appropriate lighting
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Sharps containers
  • Monitors and imaging equipment
  • Supplies for break and waiting room areas
  • Mobility devices

Why do we need medical supplies?

Medical supplies are integral to patient care, from wound healing to rehabilitation to disease treatment. Supplies and equipment further help professionals, including doctors, dentists, nurses and assistants, carry out their jobs and remain protected against various exposure hazards.

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