Among the many medical supplies we provide for our customers are band aids that are designed with different cartoon characters and other youth friendly patterns. These images help create a sense of calm in children when they require a bandage for an abrasion. While these images go a long way, the best way to calm fears about medical laboratory supplies and other health equipment is education.
When kids have an understanding of different equipment in their school laboratory, it won’t be as shocking when they must have a shot at a regular checkup. While the decorations lining the walls of a pediatric care center are often soothing, the knowledge of the different supplies that fill the doctor’s room will help any child realize that they are in a safe place. Of course, all medical supplies should be respected, but children who understand what they are meant for will realize that they are not in danger when the tools are in the hands of professionals.
Education is the best way to ease childhood fears regarding medical supplies.
The same education principals that can go a tremendous way in pediatric care can be applied to schools as well. While all students should be involved in some sort of lab class from an early age, not every student fully understands the potential danger of medical laboratory supplies. As the professionals we work with on a daily basis understand, even the tamest lab experiment can be quite dangerous to a novice. When lab safety is taught and encouraged by both the teacher and the parents, the medical research professionals of tomorrow are able to build an appreciation for the seriousness of each task.
The same respect and understanding of medical laboratory supplies that should be taught to children is applied by our company on a daily basis. By understanding the importance of the medical supplies Cen-Med Enterprises has to offer, we take the time to ensure all products are held to the highest standards.
To learn more, visit our medical supply company website or call 800-470-3570.
- Medical Laboratory Professionals Week 2013 (achenn.wordpress.com)