Feeling Dizzy & Have Ringing In Your Ears? You May Have Meniere's Disease! Here's What You Need To Know

If you experience ringing in your ears, which is called tinnitus, as well as episodes of vertigo, you may have Meniere's disease. Meniere's disease is a chronic and progressive condition of the inner ear that can be treated in various ways to relieve symptoms. Here's a brief explanation of Meniere's disease, how to get a diagnosis, and what treatments are available.  What is Meniere's disease?  Meniere's disease is the overproduction of endolymph fluid in the inner ear, though the cause of this overproduction has not yet been determined. [Read More]

3 Questions To As Yourself When Choosing The Right Pipette For Use In Your New Medical Facility

If you are opening a new medical facility and are figuring out what supplies you will need for its operation, you may decide you need pipettes to collect small amounts of fluids. However, you may be wondering about how to figure out which type would suit your needs. If so, ask yourself the following questions to begin the process of choosing the right pipette for use in your facility. Are You Using the Pipette to Collect Body Fluid Samples? [Read More]