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BREAST SELF-EXAMINATION DEVICE Breastlight™

510-05-001
Breastlight™ is a self-examination device about breast cancer. It has not been designed to replace the Breast Self-Examination routine; rather to enhance it. Breastlight was manufactured with the belief that every woman should have access to whatever tools may benefit them in the search for breast abnormalities. The video below will give you a clear insight into the inner workings of Breastlight and help you learn more about how you can understand your own Breast Health in the comfort of your own home.

ASPIRATOR ASPEED 2 PROFESSIONAL AS900A 3A ITALY

071-09-018
Aspirator 3A Italy ASPEED2 PROFESSIONAL AS900A 3A Vase 1000cc, antibacterial filter and silicone tube, air flow 15lt/min, continous operation.

ACTIVITY WΑΤCΗ iΗealth WΑVΕ AM4

374-05-006
Activity, Swim and Sleep tracker - iHealth Wave Swim, move more, sleep better. The iHealth Wave connected fitness tracker will accompany you all day long. Wake up gently each morning with its vibrating alarm and prepare for a day full of activities. Motivate yourself by reading your results directly on the screen, and finish the day on a positive note by having a swim.

DIGITAL LUNG EXERCISER IBREATH LT350

170-09-002
Digital lung exerciser iBreath LT350

WIRELESS WRIST BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR IHEALTH SENSE BP7 BLUETOOTH

374-01-002
Track changes in your blood pressure The iHealth Sense connected wrist blood pressure monitor measures your blood pressure, heartbeat and detects arrhythmia. For optimal results, find the perfect position on your wrist using the gauge on the app. iHealth Sense will accompany you everywhere you go thanks to excellent battery life of around 80 uses.

SMART PULSE OXIMETER iHEALTH AIR PO3

374-05-005
Check your oxygen saturation and your pulse. SpO2 and pulse measurements are useful for patients suffering from chronic diseases like asthma or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease), so that they can get a quicker idea of how serious their condition is. Smokers who are in the process of quitting can also monitor improvements in SpO2 and pulse measurements and therefore stay motivated.