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Date:7/25/2011

SHENZHEN, China, July 25, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- The whole healthcare market is affected by a number of elements, including technology trends and social economic increases. Generally speaking, several changes can be summarized.

With the rapid increase of world population especially the aging population, consumer expectations for improved healthcare are increasing in both developed and developing countries. They urgently require a series of more useful electronics to get efficient and accurate diagnosis. On the other hand, technology is giving rise to new clinical therapies, which in turn are addressing more and more medical ailments and prevention of diseases. In such situations, home health care products are especially useful for aging persons and babies. What's more, home health care products will reduce the increasing pressure of hospital to patients' safety.

Shenzhen Wuzhou Changlian International Trading Co., a leading online distributor specializing in health care electronics and medical equipments such as the infrared thermometer series products, are offering a range of health care products including digital or infrared thermometers, blood pressure monitors or glucose monitors, and an extensive range of heart beat watches, counting leaders and massage equipment. Among these portable products, the heart beat watches are popular because they meet the needs of people who want to keep fit while keep checking their heart rate and also know the normal time.

These multifunctional products are also ideal doctors for people with chronics, through daily check, they will get a relatively stable series of data for hospital's reference. In the promotional period, wholesale or bundle service is available now until the end of August, there is no minimum spend so de
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SOURCE Shenzhen Wuzhou Changlian International Trading Co., LTD
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