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Company Name: Huali Technology Co., Ltd

Business Type: Distributor/Wholesaler , Manufacturer , Other , Retailer , Service , Trade Company , Agent

Main Products: Urine drainage bag , Surgical drain , Syringe infusion set , Catheter , Disinfectant , Sourcing

Export Percentage: 71% - 80%

Year Established: 2010

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2021-06-11

How to Care for your Suprapubic Catheter What is a suprapubic catheter? A suprapubic catheter is a tube that drains urine from your bladder. It is inserted through a small hole in your lower abdomen and into your bladder. Suprapubic means that the catheter is inserted above your pubic bone. You may need a catheter because you have problems urinating because of a medical condition or surgery. A suprapubic catheter is also called an indwelling urinary catheter. Why is catheter care important? An infection can develop when bacteria get inside the catheter or drainage system. This can happen when the urine bag is changed or when a urine sample is collected. You can get an infection if you do not wash your hands. You can also get an infection if the catheter equipment is not cleaned properly. Urinary catheter-based infections can lead to serious illness. The following can help prevent infection: Care for your catheter as directed. Follow directions on how to clean and care for the catheter, insertion site, and drainage bag. Keep the catheter drainage system closed. Keep the catheter tube secured to your leg so it will drain well. Drink liquids as directed. Ask how much liquid to drink each day and which liquids are best for you. Good choices for most people include water, juice, and milk. Coffee, soup, and fruit may be counted in your daily liquid amount. Wash your hands often. Always wash with soap and water before and after you touch your catheter, tubing, or drainage bag. Wear clean medical gloves when you care for your catheter or disconnect the drainage bag. This will help stop germs from getting into your catheter. Remind anyone who cares for your catheter or drainage system to wash his or her hands. Handwashing How do I care for my drainage bag? Always wash your hands before and after you touch the catheter or the insertion site. Wear clean medical gloves when you care for your catheter. Position the drainage bag and tubing: Allow gravity drainage. Do not loop or kink the tubing so urine can flow into the bag. Position the drainage bag properly. Keep the drainage bag below the level of your waist. This helps stop urine from moving back up the tubing and into your bladder. Keep the bag off the floor. This will help prevent contamination. Empty the drainage bag when needed. The weight of a full drainage bag can pull on the catheter and cause pain. Empty the drainage bag every 3 to 6 hours or when it is ½ to ⅔ full. Place a large container on the floor next to your chair. You may also hold the urine bag over the toilet. Remove the drain spout from its sleeve at the bottom of the urine bag. Do not touch the tip. Open the slide valve on the spout. Let the urine flow out of the urine bag into the container or toilet. Do not let the drainage tube touch anything. Clean the end of the drain spout when the bag is empty. Ask your healthcare provider which cleaning solution is best to use. Close the slide valve and put the drain spout into its sleeve at the bottom of the urine bag. Write down how much urine was in your bag if your healthcare provider has asked you to keep a record. Clean and change the drainage bag as directed. Ask your healthcare provider how often you should change the drainage bag. You may buy a solution to clean the drainage bag. You may also make a solution with tap water and household bleach or vinegar. Wear medical gloves if you need to disconnect the tubing. Do not allow the end of the catheter or tubing to touch anything. Clean the ends with a new alcohol pad or as directed by your healthcare provider before you reconnect them. What else do I need to know? Wash your genital area and the insertion site with soap and water 2 times a day. Wash your anal area with soap and water after each bowel movement. You may need to use the larger drainage bag at night. A leg bag can be used during the day. A leg bag usually fits under clothing. When should I call my doctor? You have a fever. You have changes in how your urine looks or smells, or you have blood in your urine. You have an overgrowth of skin at the insertion site that is getting larger. The closed drainage system has accidently come open or apart. Your catheter keeps getting blocked. There is less urine than usual or no urine draining into the drainage bag. The catheter comes out. Your insertion site is red, smells bad, or has green or yellow discharge. You have pain in your hip, back, pelvis, or lower abdomen. You are confused or have other changes in the way that you think. You have questions or concerns about how to care for your catheter. Care Agreement You have the right to help plan your care. Learn about your health condition and how it may be treated. Discuss treatment options with your healthcare providers to decide what care you want to receive. You always have the right to refuse treatment. The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2021 Information is for End User's use only and may not be sold, redistributed or otherwise used for commercial purposes. All illustrations and images included in CareNotes® are the copyrighted property of A.D.A.M., Inc. or IBM Watson Health Excerpt from, "https://www.drugs.com/cg/how-to-care-for-your-suprapubic-catheter.html". Disclaimer Every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is accurate, up-to-date and complete, but no guarantee is made to that effect. In addition, the drug information contained herein may be time sensitive and should not be utilized as a reference resource beyond the date hereof. This material does not endorse drugs, diagnose patients, or recommend therapy. This information is a reference resource designed as a supplement to, and not a substitute for, the expertise, skill, knowledge, and judgement of healthcare practitioners in patient care. The absence of a warning for a given drug or combination thereof in no way should be construed to indicate safety, effectiveness, or appropriateness for any given patient. Drugs.com does not assume any responsibility for any aspect of healthcare administered with the aid of materials provided. The information contained herein is not intended to cover all possible uses, directions, precautions, warnings, drug interactions, allergic reactions, or adverse effects. If you have questions about the substances you are taking, check with your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist.

2021-06-09

Commonly used plastic abbreviations ABS - Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene CPE - Chlorinated polyethylene CPVC - Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride EPDM - Ethylene propylene di-monomer EPS - Expanded polystyrene ETFE - Ethyl tetra fluoro ethylene EVA - Ethylene vinyl acetate GRP - Glass-reinforced polyester, Fibreglass HDPE - High density polyethylene HIPS - High impact polystyrene LDPE - Low density polyethylene MF - Melamine-formaldehyde PA - Polyamide, Nylon PB - Polybutylene PC - Polycarbonate PE - Polyethylene PF - Phenol-formaledehyde, Bakelite PMMA - Polymethyl methacrylate, Perspex PP - Polypropylene PS - Polystyrene PTFE - Polytetrafluoroethylene PU - Polyurethane PVA - Polyvinyl acetate, latex emulsion PVC - polyvinyl chloride PVB - Polyvinyl butyral PVF - Polyvinyl fluoride UF - Urea-formaldehyde UP - Unsaturated polyester UPVC - Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride

2021-05-31

What does 520 mean in China Today? Internet slang has been around for years, and many people are aware of the classic abbreviations such as "lol", " bff", "mao," and many more. Other countries and languages have their own internet slang, and a popular slang term which has evolved in China amongst internet users is a number, 520. WHAT DOES 520 MEAN? When you pronounce the numbers five two zero in Chinese (wǔ èr líng) they sound very close to the words [wǒ ài nǐ," which means [I love you." The number 520 is therefore used as internet slang for [I love you" similar to how English speakers may use the acronym [ily." The numbers 5.2.0 also represent a date, May 20th, which is a romantic day in China, similar to Valentines Day. Many couples celebrate the day as yet another Valentines Day. In China, registry offices often see large queues of couples wanting to tie the knot on May 20th due to the romantic connotations with the date. WHAT DOES 521 MEAN? Following on from 520, the number 521 is often used to mean [I am willing" or [I do." May 21st is also observed as a romantic day, and although it is not a national holiday, many couples view it as another Valentines Day in the year. According to ChinaInternetWatch, May 20th is a day for men to express their love to the special woman in their life, and May 21st is the day when women return their affection to the men. Wish all the loves or beloved, healthy, wealthy and happy forever!

2021-05-20

We obtained many from this CMEF . Cooperated buyers and potential customers went to our booth to disucess with us. 85th CMEF will be attent on 13-16 of Oct in Shenzhen. See you again in Shenzhen.

2021-05-17

Most of poems decribed the freedom, It is so nice and beautiful, then what is biggest freedom? It is health, which allows you go all the world with your love with your idea with your dream. We are together with you! @ Huali Technology Co., Ltd.

2021-04-30

Spare Parts for Oxygen Supplies With more and more serious pandemic, we need not only PPE (personal protective equipment), but some medical and professional equipments to the healthcare and other clinics. Among all the items, oxygen supplies are ones of them. What is Oxygen Supplies? Oxygen supplies are supplementary pieces for your oxygen concentrators and oxygen therapy, including respiratory therapy solutions, oxygen tubing and more to let you successfully receive oxygen therapy. While, do not forget us, we are oxygen supplies spare parts, which can connect your tubings, your machines and your devices together. If you are confusion with those problems, contact with us. Huali Technology Co., Ltd., we can help you with connectors and others, such as T valves, various stopcocks, check valves, containers.

2021-04-28

Live in The Moment By Z. Hereford To live in the moment, or now , means being conscious, aware and in the present with all of your senses. It means not dwelling on the past, nor being anxious or worrying about the future. When we concentrate our attention on the present we focus on the task at hand. We give our full attention to what we are doing and we let go of outcomes. Seizing each moment in life allows us to prolong its value and make it more meaningful. Rather than seeking quantity of time, when we live in the moment we enjoy and savor every minute. We don't sacrifice quality for quantity. Of course, this doesn't mean we don't need to plan, set goals or prepare for the future. We can do all of these things and still enjoy each moment as it unfolds. For instance, if we have set a goal to exercise each day, we would carry on with it while enjoying the actual process, or moment, of exercising (or at least be in the moment of it). When we train ourselves to live in each moment, we immerse ourselves in it and begin to discover its beauty and wonder. We learn how to focus and how manage our energy. Professional athletes understand and employ this kind of focus very well. They know that accomplishment and success are a result of the skillful management and balancing of energy. To make every moment count we must embrace it. Everything we do and every person we come in contact with deserves our full attention. Even when resting we should savor the moment. It gives us the opportunity to recharge, renew and gain clarity. Quite often we put huge expectations on ourselves and our lives. We rush to do this, hurry up with that, without actually enjoying the process. What's the rush? Where do we think we're going? If we don't stop and think about where we're at, we're probably missing the point. Instead, when we appreciate each moment and garner the lessons from it, we live consciously, purposefully and responsibly. Likewise, when we live in the past and don't let go of painful experiences, perceived wrongs, or difficult times, we condemn ourselves to a present and future of the same. We cannot change the past. We can, however, come to terms with it, know that it's over, and move on. Living in the moment means letting go of the past and trusting in the future. When we are positive and optimistic in the present, we open the possibility of a positive and promising future. We owe it to ourselves to make every moment count - now! Tips for Living in The Moment Train your mind to focus on the current activity. Engage in, and feel what you are doing. Enjoy the process. Learn relaxation techniques such as meditation, deep breathing and visualization in order to be present in each moment. Take notice of your surroundings - sights, sounds, smells, ambiance. Listen attentively to the conversation of others, music, even silence. Savor your food and drink. Taste each morsel. Benefits of Living in The Moment ✔ You become more connected with your thoughts and feelings ✔ You are more connected to others ✔ Feel more gratitude and enjoyment of life ✔ If you live in the moment, it won't pass you by ✔ Feel more focused, peaceful and alive ✔ Feel less anxious and fearful Excerpt from https://www.essentiallifeskills.net/live-in-the-moment.html.

2021-04-20

Huali Technology are together with you! Huali Technology are medical supplies from easy, simple, daily analysis devices, therapy apparatus to surgical devices. We, R&D team, can offer you the best option, just tell us your conception. We, manufacturing bases, can provide the biggest production capacity for your medical market quests. We, smart business, can draw the best international scheme for your consideration. We, supply chains, can finish the nice international shipment tasks. We are together with you! Welcome to work with Huali Technology, We are here.

2021-04-19

The Great Statin Scam by Raymond Francis | Jan 21, 2020 | The Great American Hoax, Toxins I have been telling you for years that statin drugs to lower cholesterol are overprescribed, ineffective, and dangerous. No one needs a statin! Studies show they do nothing to prolong lives. Yet fifteen million Americans are now taking a statin drug to lower their cholesterol. This ignores the fact that cholesterol is not the problem and more than 75 percent of people who suffer heart attacks have normal or low levels of cholesterol. The real problem is inflammation. What is needed is anti-inflammatories like vitamin C. The side effects of statins are horrendous. They include muscle aches, increased risk of cancer and diabetes, memory loss, artery calcification, and vitamin deficiencies. Now, a new study shows that statins don`t even do the one thing they are supposed to do: lower cholesterol. The research was published in the journal Heart. Scientists looked at medical data from over 165,000 patients on statins. Their cholesterol had been tested on a regular basis before and after they started taking statins. The researchers found that after two years on statins, less than half of the patients failed to reach the standard goal of reducing LDL (bad) cholesterol by 40 percent or more. Excerpt from https://raymondfrancisauthor.com/the-great-statin-scam/

2021-03-31

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