They offer a unique platform where their customers can compare and contrast between models and manufacturers. Customers do not need to go to different stores and can shop from multiple sources to save time and money.
Did you know that 80% of people quit smoking with a single bioresonance treatment?
Sensitivity Imago has developed revolutionary technology, producing great results in helping people quit smoking. Bioresonance is natural, drug-free and painless with no known side effects. It is a gentle, computer-controlled oscillation therapy and the easiest and most natural way to quit smoking. How it works is that the body emits different electromagnetic oscillations; cells, tissues and organs each have their own specific oscillations. The disturbing electromagnetic oscillation patterns of a smoker are transferred to the Imago Sensitivity Device via headphones, hand electrodes, a scanner. In the device these oscillations are changed and then returned to the patient in the form of healing therapy. Bio-resonance therapy helps detoxify the body of nicotine and other toxins and remove the cravings associated with smoking. The body receives no electrical charge during the procedure. Only body vibrations are used to balance and self-regulate the body. All you need to do is bring your last smoking cigarette for therapy.
Most hospitals often face the time when a new piece of equipment must be purchased is whether it should be new or used. This is not an easy question to answer as there are many factors to consider when deciding to purchase medical equipment – such as cost.
Benefits of purchasing new medical equipment
New durable medical equipment usually comes with a manufacturer’s equipment warranty (OEM), which is a promise to compensate the manufacturer for any damage or defect under normal conditions of use.
Medical equipment that has been used and has been refurbished generally comes with a limited time warranty offered by dealers. In most cases, this type of warranty does not cover all software and hardware damage.
New and used medical equipment usually comes with the added benefit of excellent after-sales service.
All technical information inquiries are handled directly by the original equipment manufacturer, or in collaboration with the equipment dealer. The manufacturer’s technical staff have the appropriate training and experience to provide sound advice and support. On the other hand, users of used medical devices may have to contact the distributor of the product without the expertise and experience necessary to resolve the issues.