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By: The ADC Medical Education Team

Blood pressure is often the first metric tracked when a patient visits a physician’s office or hospital. But what makes blood pressure such a vital marker in one’s overall health picture? We’ve answer nine of your most common questions here.  

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

Meet the Jewel Collection, our line of translucent, gem-inspired Clinician scopes in five distinct colors: Blue Diamond, Rose Quartz, Sapphire Ice, Sea Glass, and Amethyst. The striking tubing of our Jewel Collection offers differing levels of clarity, allowing an inner glimpse of scope components typically hidden from view. They’re not just conversation starters, they’re rare, like their gemstone namesakes.

By: Carole Vande Velde / Director of Marketing

Warranties are a key component of a product’s value, and ADC has some of the most comprehensive in the industry. Nearly all models in our Adscope Cardiology and Clinician lines offer lifetime warranties, which translates to a lifetime of savings on parts, repairs, and refurbishment.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

Thirty-five years. If you asked me 36 years ago if I would co-own and manage a business this long I would have said you were nuts. I was just 25 when Neal and I cofounded ADC with a whopping $35,000 in start-up capital. We rented a dilapidated 700-square-foot storefront in Copiague, New York, offering 31 items: a selection of leather and nylon EMT holsters and the instruments that go in them.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

One of the most important components of a blood pressure instrument is the cuff: the portion that wraps around the patient’s limb and occludes the artery. In automated NIBP, the cuff does double duty, not only imparting air pressure and occluding the artery, but also acting as the “sensor.” In other words, transmitting the vibrations that are the basis for automatic oscillometric measurement.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

Good or bad, we want to hear from you. Whether you are an authorized ADC dealer selling our product or a medical professional or institution owning and using that product, we want your feedback. While some get defensive in the face of criticism, we believe you learn far more from your mistakes and criticism than you do from your successes and flowery compliments.

By: Carole Vande Velde / Director of Marketing

Almost 50 years ago, the U.S. marked its first observance of Earth Day. The event focused on environmental education. In the decades since, supporters have worked to make Earth Day a day of awareness and action with a focus on long-term ecological sustainability. Here at ADC, our commitment to sustainable growth touches nearly every dimension of our day-to-day activities.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

Although the average price of core diagnostic products is relatively low, you still want to make sure you get your money’s worth. We’ve all learned some hard lessons about buying cheap; yet choosing the highest-priced option isn’t always the solution, either.  We offer some tips to help you make a truly informed purchase decision.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

The electronic scope market is different from the acoustic scope market for a few key reasons. First, there just aren’t that many electronic models from which to choose. Second, because price points are relatively high – $199 to $600 or more – you really need to assess the parameters that matter. So how to determine which model is right for you?

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