Wheelchair Getaways, Inc. announces a change of ownership and expansion in the state of New York
Wheelchair Getaways, the nation’s largest renter of wheelchair and scooter accessible vans, announces the change of ownership and expansion of its services to cover the state of New York. James Lyons and John E. Barchella, Jr. recently purchased the franchise and will operate the business from its new location in Poughkeepsie, New York, providing delivery throughout the state of New York...
Wheelchair Getaways, Inc. announces a change of ownership in Massachusetts
Wheelchair Getaways, the nation’s largest renter of wheelchair and scooter accessible vans, announces a change of ownership in its Massachusetts franchise. Dennis and Susan Kochanek recently purchased the New England franchise location. The business is now located in Somerset at 11 Grand Army Highway and will serve Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont...
Augustine Medical, Inc. Has Reorganized
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., January 27,2003 – Augustine Medical, Inc., a privately-held medical device company that develops products to provide innovative, practical solutions to common medical problems, announced a corporate reorganization...
John Thomas named CEO of Arizant Inc.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., March 12, 2003 – Arizant Inc.’s Board of Directors announced today that John Thomas has been named chief executive officer...
The Case for Behavior Management
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Augustine Medical: Warm-Up therapy could save U.S. healthcare system thousands and increase quality of life for most patients afflicted with bed sores
Chronic pressure ulcers (bedsores) are significant health problems that reduce quality of life and may lead to infection, pain and death...
Clinicians to speak on safety issues related to patient warming at AORN Congress
Clinicians V. Doreen Wagner and Carl Brow will present information every clinician should know about avoiding hypothermia and properly using forced-air warming equipment...
Diabetic foot ulcers lead to the majority of amputations seen worldwide
Augustine Medical: New research suggests that noncontact normothermic wound therapy (NNWT) is effective in healing diabetic foot ulcers...
Augustine Medical to work with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Augustine Medical, Inc. has accepted an offer from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to assist in the design of research relating to Augustine Medical’s Warm-Up® wound therapy.
ECRI Addresses Safety in the MR Environment
The use of equipment and devices in the magnetic resonance (MR) environment can be hazardous—occasionally, even deadly...