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Searching for and ordering medical equipment can often be overwhelming when sorting through thousands of products and trying to determine pricing. This blog aims to help your search process by discussing the pros and cons of renting and buying medical equipment and when you should rent or buy medical equipment.

Renting medical equipment gives you flexibility because it allows you to try new items before making a financial commitment. There is a lower upfront cost than purchasing the product. However, there can be higher costs associated with renting medical equipment for a long period of time and modifications cannot be made to the equipment since it will have to be returned in the same condition as it was received in.

Buying medical equipment decreases the long-term cost and allows you to make modifications to the equipment. You can also sell the equipment when you are done using it. However, you may be stuck with the equipment after paying for it in whole even if you don’t need it anymore if you can’t sell it. You are required to maintain the equipment so if it breaks and you don’t have warranty, you will have to buy a new product.

If you aren’t sure if you need the medical equipment or exactly which product you want to purchase, it is recommended to rent the equipment. If you know that you need the equipment and have done research on the product, it is recommended to purchase the equipment.

Boom Health offers a wide range of products at competitive prices, making it a one-stop shop for all your medical equipment needs. Boom Health has curated a catalogue of the most popular and useful items, giving you easy access to medical equipment when you or your loved ones need it. Each item contains a list of features, so you can choose the item that best suits the needs of you or your loved one. Find the Boom Health App on the App Store or Google Play Store.

This article is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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