Thursday, June 26, 2014

We invite you to meet us at the FIME 2014

Meet us at FIME 2014
Narang Medical Limited would like to invite you to meet us at the FIME 2014 Convention Center, at booth number 900. As you may be aware that FIME the trade fair and congress, now in its 24th year, has become the largest international medical event held annually in the U.S. It is estimated that more than 10,000 industry professionals will visit FIME 2014 to view the latest medical equipment, technologies, services and supplies.

During 6th to 8th Aug, 2014 in FIME, we will showcase our most popular categories and latest models. We will request you to fix an appointment with us in advance if you are visiting FIME 2014. We'll be able to attend you better if we have fixed the time for meeting before and give you personalized attention. To fix an appointment click here:

Narang Medical Limited is a world renowned medical euipment company that manufactures and supplies a wide range of products including hospital furniture, orthopedic implants, medical disposables, diagnostic and anaesthesia equipment. View product list here:

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Why is mercury thermometer most accurate to measure fever?

Mercury-in-glass thermometers have been considered the most accurate liquid-filled types (Source: and therefore used with confidence in home or clinics all over the world. It may be assumed that accurate measurement of fever (body temperature) is vital in deciding correct course of treatment. People who have used mercury fever thermometer ever in their lifetime do not (wouldn't) like to use any other type (read digital thermometer) of thermometer because they have been so used to the accuracy of mercury thermometers.

The governments of few countries have been advocating ban on these mercury filled thermometers because mercury is considered 'toxic' heavy metal and also not good for environment but experts believe that fever thermometers have such a low amount of mercury that even if the thermometer breaks and mercury is spilled over, it rarely pose any danger of any kind. One of the Doctor who still use a mercury fever thermometer once asked me that how many times I have broken or ever seen a broken mercury thermometer and my answer was 'never'. With little care and attention, one can keep these accurate mercury fever thermometers at home for years and years. being the poorest conductor of heat mercury is still used in thermometers because of the fact that it is the only one metal that remains in liquid state at room temperature and has a high coefficient of expansion. The slightest change in temperature is notable when mercury used in a thermometer. The metal has a shiny appearance and doesn't stick to the glass surface of glass. Also, mercury has a high boiling point which makes it very suitable to measure higher temperatures.

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