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By: Cindy Maley / Product Manager

IFU’s or Instructions for Use, sometimes called Owner’s Manuals or simply Operating Instructions, are everywhere. From the one-page sheet that comes with a new table lamp to the one-pound tome included with your new flat-screen TV, there’s no escaping them. And when you’re talking about medical devices, the importance of reading the IFU’s can't be overstated.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

A hypertension self-management program resulted in a meaningful reduction in systolic blood pressure values in high risk patients, according to a study published in the Journal Of the American Medical Association. In the study, a group of patients were instructed to monitor at home and were trained to adjust their own medication dosages based on their readings.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

April is recognized the world over as Autism Awareness Month, a special opportunity to educate the public about autism and important issues within the autism community. In 2014, ADC developed a line of professional grade aneroid sphygmomanometers featuring puzzle pieces, the globally recognized symbol of autism, and partnered with the Ernie’s Els Foundation for Autism.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

Unlike most firms selling core diagnostic instruments, ADC globally sources but domestically assembles right here in our New York facility. While many competitors — even so-called domestic manufacturers — moved more of their production offshore, ADC has remained committed to domestic production, even relocating final assembly of nearly 700 products to the U.S.A.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

Accurate temperature measurements start by purchasing the right brand of thermometer. Virtually all digital stick and most ear (tympanic) thermometers are made in China and sold to domestic firms under dozens of brands. But not all Chinese factories produce quality products, and the vast majority of U.S. “importers” don’t have the facilities to test their products.

By: Cindy Maley / Product Manager

Some product enhancements are imagined by our in-house product development team. But many of the improvements we make come from suggestions conveyed by ADC consumers or distribution partners. Because nothing rivals the feedback from the medical professional that uses the product day in and day out, and we take every suggestion seriously, no matter how small.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

Our website is jam packed with detailed product images, descriptions, and sales materials. Our learning center, including FAQs, walks consumers through product use, care, and maintenance. But nothing matches the helpfulness of a well-planned how-to video, and we’re committed to expanding our video portfolio so all our products are as easy to use as possible.

By: Marc Blitstein / President & CEO

Each year I lament about the speed with which the calendar flies by and 2014 was no different. But 2014 was also one of the most productive since we’ve had since founding ADC more than 30 years ago. We promised lots of new products and delivered on that commitment in record-breaking fashion, rolling out nearly 900 new products, a 50% increase in our portfolio.

By: Nick Selvaggio / IT Director

At ADC we realize choosing the proper diagnostic instruments can be challenging. As a professional, you understand what you need to do your job effectively, but with more than 700 model options in our EENT catalog, the browsing experience can sometimes be confusing. Our goal was to greatly simplify the process. Our new online builder tools do just that!

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