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- Easy-to-use heart rate monitor guides you to train at the right intensity
- Includes H1 heart rate sensor chest strap for continuous, accurate heart rate. Uses coded transmission to avoid cross-talk with other heart rate monitors nearby.
- Built-in Fitness test helps you can track and monitor your fitness improvement
- Displays accurate calories burned and records last 16 training sessions and your last 16 weeks of training
- Compatible with S1 foot pod and G1 GPS Sensor for speed and distance (not included, sold separately)
Now our most popular and top performing running computer is enhanced with GPS speed and distance capabilityA smart, intuitive training computer for runners and cross-training athletes, the Polar RS300X wrist heart rate monitor helps you to train at the right intensity with personal training zones. It’s compatible with Polar’s S1 foot pod and G1 GPS sensor (both separately available), enabling you to combine heart rate with speed and distance and truly make sense of your training. Committed runners will find the most value in the real-time pace and distance measurement of the S1 foot pod, while those who mix up their training regimen with cycling, inline skating, paddling, mountain biking or hiking will be best served with the speed and distance G1 GPS Sensor. It comes with the Polar WearLink+ 31 coded transmitter (with changeable battery).
The RS300X helps you to train at the right intensity with personal training zones.
The RS300X enables athletes to train at the right intensity and improve their performance through core metrics such as heart rate, speed, distance, pace, and calorie burn. Advanced features include Polar’s exclusive OwnZone feature for individualized zone training by heart rate or pace, a fitness test, and auto lap splits, which display average heart rate, pace and distance per lap. Athletes can easily review up to 16 past workout files to check their progress and ensure they’re staying on track with their fitness or training plan.
- Heart rate displayed as percentage of maximum heart rate, BPM, and average heart rate of total exercise
- Tracks your latest 16 training sessions and your last 16 weeks of training
- Visual and audible alarm in target zones: Informs you every time your heart rate and/or speed/pace exceeds the upper limit or falls below the lower limit of your target zone during a training session.
- Polar OwnIndex Fitness Test calculates aerobic fitness (comparable to maximal oxygen uptake, VO2max) providing a reference to base training intensity and measure improvement.
- Polar OwnCal: Shows your energy expenditure during one exercise session as well as your accumulated kilocalories during several exercise sessions. Because the OwnCal tracks both the energy expenditure during one exercise session and the accumulated kilocalories during a longer time e.g. one week, it helps in achieving both short term and long term goals.
- Time in Target Zone feature calculates the amount of total training time spent in your personal target zone. You can use this feature together with the Total Exercise Time to determine the effectiveness of your training program.
- Number of laps – 99
- Watch features: alarm with snooze, dual time zone, stopwatch
- Compatible with Polar FlowLink (available separately)
- Water resistant to 50 meters
- Backlighting, display zoom
- Event Countdown Timer: Keeps your motivation high by showing how many days are left before your next running event (e.g., Berlin 23 days).
The first EKG accurate wireless heart rate monitor was invented by Polar back in 1977 as a training tool for the Finnish National Cross Country Ski Team. The concept of “intensity training” by heart rate swept the athletic world in the eighties. By the 1990s, individuals were looking to heart rate monitors not only for performance training needs, but also for achieving everyday fitness goals. Today, the same concept of heart rate training is being used by world-class athletes as well as everyday people trying to lose weight. Polar is the leading brand among consumers, coaches, and personal trainers worldwide and the company is committed to not only producing the best products, but also being the leading educator on the benefits of heart rate based exercise.
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Wall Township, NJ (PRWEB) March 25, 2014
HCS, a leading provider of clinical and financial healthcare information systems to more than 4,500 active client locations, today announced that all Interactant modules meet the current ICD-10 standards, more than six months ahead of the U.S. federal government deadline.
“Were ready for ICD-10 and ahead of the post-acute care market,” said Thomas J. Fahey, president and CEO at HCS. “Our clients can begin testing today to ensure ICD-10 compliance several months prior to the crucial deadline of October 1, 2014. We committed substantial resources to our software platform readiness and testing strategies that Interactant clients can leverage immediately.”
ICD-10, a comprehensive diagnostic and procedure coding system, will replace ICD-9 on October 1, 2014. ICD-10 expands available codes from about 14,000 to 68,000 for diagnoses, and from about 4,000 to roughly 87,000 for procedures. The code expansion is designed to sharpen specificity and accuracy in the assignment of diagnoses and procedures, foster better quality of care data reporting, and improve accuracy in billing and claims submissions.
HCS started preparation programming for ICD-10 in 2012. In late 2013 and early 2014, the company began internal testing and validation with federal DRG grouping, 3M encoding and various HL-7 interfaces. In February 2014, the ICD-10 update became an official enhancement to Interactant, making HCS ready for the transition well in advance of the CMS mandated transition date. This allows our customers to install early, begin training their staff regarding the new coding standards, and feel confident in their readiness to bill under the new standard.
Perhaps the biggest challenge facing providers are the numbers and specificity of new codes in version 10, and the fact that virtually none of the version 9 codes translate directly to version 10. CMS has provided a translation tool between the two code sets, known as GEMs (General Equivalency Mappings), explains Tom S. Visotsky, executive vice president of sales and marketing at HCS. Interactant has built-in GEM functionality to make the transition to ICD-10 an easier process for our end-users and allows both forward and backward mapping, Visotsky added.
HCS has delivered healthcare information technology to providers since 1969. HCS Interactant is an integrated platform of clinical and financial modules focused across the spectrum of care including long-term care, long-term acute care, inpatient, outpatient, behavioral health, and rehabilitation.
For more information, visit http://www.HCSInteractant.com or call 800.524.1038.
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Comfort Cool CMC Restriction Splint, Size: S, RightComfortable splint provides direct support for the thumb CMC joint while allowing full finger function.Wraparound supports are made of thin, 1/16“ (1.6mm) perforated neoprene with a terrycloth liner that helps keep skin cool and comfortable. Anti-microbial and latex-free.Specifically designed for osteoarthritis and medial subluxation of the thumb CMC joint. Provides gentle compression that helps relieve thumb discomfort associated with CMC joint arthritis and/or instability, tendinitis or repetitive motion. Contoured neoprene strap wraps around the thumb CMC joint and the first metacarpal for direct CMC joint support.Plus sizes are a half size bigger in the hand and a full size larger in thumb circumference to accommodate enlarged thumb conditions. Pediatric sizes are available in black. Adult sizes available in black and beige. Reinforced stitching allows the splint to be trimmed below the thumb MP joint if desired. Machine wash and air dry. SizeToddler: Palm circumference 4½ “ to 5½ “ (11 to 14cm)Youth: Palm circumference 5½ “ to 6½ “ (14 to 17cm)Small: Palm circumference 6“ to 7“ (15 to 18cm)Small Plus: Palm circumference 6½ “ to 7¼ “ (17 to 18cm)Medium: Palm circumference 7“ to 8“ (18 to 20cm)Medium Plus: Palm circumference 7?“ to 8¼ “ (20 to 21cm)Large: Palm circumference 8“ to 9“ (20 to 23cm)Large Plus: Palm circumference 8¼ “ to 9½ “ (21 to 24cm)X-Large: Palm circumference 9“ to 10“ (23 to 25cm) Product photo may not exactly match the product offered for sale. Please refer to the product description.
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- Large, Fits Women’s 11+ & Men’s 9+
- Takes pressure off sore Achilles’ tendon and calf muscle
- One per package.
- This item is not returnable once sealed packaging has been opened.
- Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and different information than what is shown on our website. We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product.May ship in clinical non-retail packaging.
Pedifix Peel-Away Adjustable Heel Lift, 1 Pack Large. The Pedifix Peel-Away Adjustable Heel Lift has unique peel off layers for a finished fit from 1/8″ to 3/8″. This quality shoe lift balances Leg Length Discrepancies to align the hips and back to the proper position and reduce discomfort. The Peel-Away Adjustable Heel Lift take pressure off sore Achilles’ tendon and calf muscle. It also helps relief heel spur pain and Plantar Fasciitis pain. Effective for months. Simply slip into shoe and use as-is or peel the layers to reach the perfect thickness. One per package.
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Comfortable, Finger Indents & Profiled Grip Stainless Steel & Latex Free Children’s Version Available. This new range of profiled stainless steel cutlery has been designed to provide a comfortable grip for those who find it difficult to grip ordinary cutlery, in particular those with arthritis. The knife has a serrated edge to allow easier cutting and the knife and fork have indents to aid accurate finger control.The spoons feature a deeper bowl to reduce spills. The two tone styling has been carefully designed to reduce the appearance of the curved profile, making the cutlery appear more stylish and inclusive. Available individually as Knife, Fork, Spoon and Right Handed Angled Spoon or as a set of 3 (knife, fork and spoon). Dishwasher safe and latex free.
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Question by Chris *Hates Stupid R&S People*: Idea for healthcare bill?
First please just listen before you start saying you stupid republican!!
Ok so why not we have healthcare for people who are unemployed or make under 700$ a month though so that people arnt lazy the free healthcare will only be available for 5-6 months. If you make over 700$ a month then you will have the option for private healthcare. If you make over 700$ there WILL NOT be a government option. Say if you get cancer while you are unenployed the goverment option will cover it for the 5-6 months
Any add ons or problems?
Answer by McOldie
You are obviously a person who demands perfection and equality for all before you can agree to an idea. Hope your life is perfect, too.
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Question by oxford dictionary: OBAMA’S Healthcare Bill?
do you think Obama’s healthcare bill turned out to be successful? can anybody please give me exact details about pros and cons of it, PLEASE, i REALLY need it
Answer by rendarsmith
Well it passed, so I guess it was successful.
Everyone can now get health care via the public option. More people can live without injury and can get treatments.
It is likely going to cause a tax increase, and people who pay for their own health care now have to pay higher taxes for everyone else’s health care, so they feel cheated.
What do you think? Answer below!