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It's easy to find a bedside monitor in a hospital in the developing world, but it's harder to find one in use. Western hospitals replace their electrocardiogram machines every ...
Pad materials: 1. Bottle caps 2. Nickel-plated brass sewing snap buttons, size 3 3. Flathead screwdriver 4. Utility knife (boxcutter, X-Acto or another sharp-bladed, small knife) 5. Pot, ...
See that plastic lining on the inside of the cap? That's what you want. The lining is 36mm low-density polyethylene plastic. It will provide mechanical support for the ...
1. Cut an “X” in the center of the lining to make a hole, no larger than 1cm on each line. 2. Then insert a size-3 nickel-plated brass ...
Now, to make the conductive gel. Conductive gel materials: 1. Water, 1 cup 2. Salt, 2 tablespoons 3. Flour, 1 cup 4. Bleach, just a drop
1. Mix the water and salt in the glass bottle. 2. Slowly pour in the flour. It will become gelatinous. Mix it until it the consistency is even throughout. ...
Directions for use: 1. Cleanse and, if necessary, shave the patient's skin where the pads will attach. Use antiseptic wipes. 2. Spread the conductive gel (which you'll make) ...
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