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Check out our FREE Cable Management Guide – Or Risk Cable Damage

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How do you store your cables? Did you know that you could be breaking them?

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We’ve had many calls over the years where clients had found their Capnograph sensors had suddenly stopped working. The story usually goes like this:

It was working fine yesterday, we packed it all up as we usually do, and when we unpacked it all today – suddenly, there’s no reading. Hmm. We then get these monitors in to our office to diagnose the issue, and often find that the sensor cable looks something like this:

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As you can probably tell, this cable has not been stored properly. It’s unfortunately a very bad habit that a lot of us are in. Wires are annoying and get in the way – they’re long, easily tangled and somehow seem to wrap themselves up if left alone in a box. It can be so tempting to take it and wrap it as hard as you can around the sensor or monitor – but, in doing so, you put one of the most sensitive instruments in your practice at risk of breaking.

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Fortunately, there is a way that you can manage your cables so that they don’t get tangled and, most importantly, don’t break. We’ve put together a guide for how best to store and care for your cables. Our guide focuses mostly on Capnograph sensors, however, this information is useful for all cables you’ll find in your practice or at home.

Click below to get your free copy by adding to the cart and proceeding through checkout. Don’t worry, we won’t charge you – the download is available on completing checkout.

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