What are the recommendations for Quantitative Neuromuscular Monitoring?

The ASA Guideline recommends Quantitative Train of Four or QTOF monitoring when administering a paralytic.  The ASA Guideline indicates that you should only use Neostigmine when the patient has a TOF ration >40%.  A QTOF monitor is required to know when you are >40% so Quantitative TOF monitoring is needed to continue using Neostigmine as … Read more


Purchase medical supplies now! We’ve had several new customers in September. Some of these are: Amsorb Plus CO2 Absorbent in the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine, Lone Tree, CO EyePro Surgical Eye Protection by Innovgas in Spanish Peaks Regional Health, Walsenburg, CO Heine Reusable Blades in The Miriam Hospital, Providence, RI NoPress Surgical Eye Shield … Read more

Good News Line is OPEN!

The Good News Line is OPEN! New customers:  Amsorb Plus CO2 Absorbent to Illinois Sport Medicine, Morton Grove, IL Heine VisionPro Video Laryngscope to University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI BiteMe Teeth and Airway Protection to St. Luke’s Hospital, Duluth, MN Amsorb Plus CO2 Absorbent to Providence Covenant Hospital, Levelland, TX Disposable Laryngoscopes to Mount Sinai … Read more


         We had several new DART installations in July. DART, DART Reach, and EZ Spray, from Pulmodyne, are leading brands exclusively carried from Bell Medical. It is exactly the same as the MAD or MADgic nasal and oral atomizers. Congratulations to all the reps that had new and recurring sales! Brad Douglas – UnityPoint Health … Read more

Bell Medical acquires Bay State Anesthesia

Bell Medical purchased Bay State Anesthesia of New England on April 1, 2022.  Bell Medical plans to continue to use the Bay State Anesthesia name and to run the operation with all current sales and service staff with little change in the eye of the customer, according to Kevin Lueders, President. Bay State Anesthesia has … Read more

Quantitative Neuromuscular Monitoring in Clinical Practice: A Professional Practice Change Initiative

Quantitative Neuromuscular Monitoring in Clinical Practice: A Professional Practice Change Initiative.  Wade Weigel, MD at Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, WA https://pubs.asahq.org/anesthesiology/article-abstract/doi/10.1097/ALN.0000000000004174/135637/Quantitative-Neuromuscular-Monitoring-in-Clinical?redirectedFrom=fulltext Key Takeaways:  Background: Virginia Mason Medical Center has 28 anesthetizing locations.  A total of 20,181 electronic charts and 2,807 manually reviewed charts were examined over a 4 year period (2016-2020)  History of Nerve Stimulator installations at … Read more

An Evolving New Paradigm in Blood Warming: “A Bridge To Rapid Infusers”

QINFLOW WARRIOR FROM BELL MEDICAL Initially created on JANUARY 15, 2022 BY ARIEL KATZ, CEO QINFLOW Rapid infusers are a great option for treating patients with severe hemorrhage. However, they require significant commitment from the hospitals: they are expensive to purchase, expensive to operate, and expensive to maintain. As importantly, they require significant ongoing investment in training so … Read more

Bell Medical Presents 10 Innovative Products in the Anesthesia Buyers Guide

Bell Medical is proud to introduce 10 anesthesiologist tools and equipment in the Anesthesia News Buyer’s Guide. The products are: BiteMe, EyePro, NoPress, Insight Video Airway System and iWorkstation, Pi Pillow, Warrior, POM, Stimpod NMS450, Tereboot Nerve Block Support, and Metro Carts. You may view all of these anesthesiologist tools and equipment on the Buyer’s … Read more