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How to read your ECG

ECG Sinus Rhythm Basics A normal heart rhythm contains a P wave, a QRS, and a T wave. Knowing the normal amplitude, deflection, and duration of each component is essential to accurate rhythm and ECG interpretation. Amplitude: This measures the voltage of the beat and is determined by how high the wave reaches, as measured by each square vertically on the chart. 10 mm = 1mV; 5 squares = 0.5mV and 2.5 squares =...

How to read your Cholesterol test

A cholesterol test, also known as a blood lipid panel or lipid profile, is a blood test that can measure the amount of cholesterol and triglycerides in your blood. Knowing your cholesterol levels can help to determine if you are at risk of cardiovascular problems like heart disease or stroke, and you can make timely changes to your lifestyle to lower your cholesterol levels. Total cholesterol: This is your total cholesterol...

How to read your Uric Acid

Measuring your uric acid levels is vital to managing your health. Abnormal uric acid levels usually do not have any obvious symptoms, but too low uric acid levels (hypouricemia) can be indicative of other underlying health conditions, and too high uric acid levels (hyperuricemia) over time can lead to gout or kidney stones. Monitoring your uric acid levels regularly can help to prevent these painful medical conditions with early intervention,...

How to read your Blood Glucose

Checking your blood glucose regularly is vital for diabetics, but is also a good health check for anyone, especially if your family has a history of diabetes. People who are 45 years and above, who are overweight, or have high blood pressure should also check their blood glucose every now and then, as those are risk factors for developing diabetes.     DISCLAIMER All information presented herein serves as a general guideline, and is...

How to read your Blood Pressure

Blood pressure is measured using two numbers: Systolic blood pressure (the first or upper number): Measures the pressure in your arteries when your heart beats. Diastolic blood pressure (the second or lower number): Measures the pressure in your arteries when your heart rests between beats. For example, if the measurement reads 120 Systolic and 80 Diastolic, the reading would be "120/80 mmHg". DISCLAIMER All information presented herein serves as a general guideline, and is not...

Welcome to Buzud Singapore

BUZUD Singapore is a world-class manufacturer of a holistic range of healthcare solutions made to meet a diverse range of healthcare needs. Developed through leading and innovative medical technology, BUZUD Singapore’s drive for high quality healthcare medical devices is second to none. Established in 2006, BUZUD Singapore took a two-way approach to healthcare: Create high quality medical devices that ensures all healthcare needs are met. Educate customers on the importance of...