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Medical companies brace for 'devastating' ObamaCare tax, prepare for layoffs

Andre DiMino has been running medical device company ADM Tronics since his father, who founded the decades-old firm, died in 2001. He's never laid off anybody.

"These people are like family with us," he said.

The boss might not be able to hold out much longer. Come Jan. 1, an ObamaCare-tied tax specific to his industry is expected to go into effect. Though the Obama administration has downplayed the impact, DiMino calls it "devastating."

"I think after all of these decades of not laying people off, I think we may have to face that," DiMino told FoxNews.com. He predicted he might have to immediately lay off three people in his manufacturing division and possibly more afte

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Medical Equipment From Walter Reed Hospital Heads to Latin America and the Caribbean

"Welcome to the Home of Warrior Care," reads a sign as you walk into the now empty structure of what used to be Washington D.C.'s Walter Reed Army Medical Center, a place where ailing government officials, Army brass, retired officers and thousands of grievously injured soldiers arrived for 102 years -- the latter from the battlefields of Afghanistan, Iraq, Vietnam, Korea and bombed-out Europe -- to begin the long road to healing.

At Walter Reed Army Medical Center, I walk down several long hallways, trailing behind Pilar Heraud. Pilar is the Director of In-Kind Donations for the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF).

Hopping into a large industrial-size elevator, we rid

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Medical Bridges - Aid for Africa

More than $9 billion worth of medical supplies are discarded each year in the United States. At the same time, less fortunate countries are in desperate need of medical supplies.

medical-bridges-photo2Medical Bridges closes this health care gap by connecting those who have with those who hope. We procure medical and surgical supplies and equipment -- crutches, wheelchairs, scalpels, syringes, gloves, antibiotics, beds, exam tables, and more -- and deliver them to health care providers in 16 countries in Africa and others in the developing world.

Medical Bridges was started in 1997, when, during a medical mission trip, Dr. Patricia Brock became aware of the overwhelming need for basic medical supplies in developing countries. She also saw the extreme amount of excess in the United States. With a group of concerned doctors and others in Houston, Texas, Dr. Brock established a program to channel reusable medical supplies to countries in need. Since then, Medical Bridges has shipped more than $60 million worth of medical supplies and equipment to 81 countries.

In 2007, Medical Bridges shipped more than $4 million worth of medical supplies to Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Rwanda, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Cote d'Ivoire. Children who couldn't walk now have crutches and wheelchairs. Surgeons who couldn't operate now have scalpels, syringes, gloves, and antibiotics. Hospitals with patients lying on the floors now have beds and exam tables.

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The Cell Phone Will See You Now

Pagers have been as synonymous with the medical community as scrubs, stethoscopes and lab coats.

But cell phones -- their electronic cousins -- have historically been persona non grata with the hospital set.

Electromagnetic interference from cell phones and other transmitting communication devices was thought to affect the performance of medical equipment.

Now, as technology Medical Equipment Suppliers improves, more hospitals in the United States and the United Kingdom are relaxing and liftin