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Multi-Biometric Verification Systems (1 supplier)
Medical Courier Services (2 suppliers)
Microdermabrasion Devices (39 suppliers)
Multiple Prong Applicator (1 supplier)
Micro Rounded Firm Rubber Applicator (1 supplier)
Maternity Supports (11 suppliers)
Magnetic Inner Liner (1 supplier)
Medical Tilt Table (3 suppliers)
Muscle Stimulation Device (11 suppliers)
Mole Removal Kits (1 supplier)
Miniature Aorta Clamp (15 suppliers)
Miniature Bulldog Clamps (13 suppliers)
Meniscus Clamp (1 supplier)
Multi-purpose Clamp (2 suppliers)
Modified Vascular Clamp (28 suppliers)
Morris Aorta Clamp (15 suppliers)
MRI Sponge Forceps (10 suppliers)
Medical Marketing (5 suppliers)
Medical Imaging Systems (127 suppliers)
Medical Imaging refers to the techniques and processes used to create images of the human body (or parts thereof) for clinical purposes (medical procedures seeking to reveal, diagnose or examine disease) or medical science (including the study of normal anatomy and function). It is a part of biological imaging and incorporates radiology, radiological sciences, endoscopy, thermography, medical photography and microscopy . Measurement and recording techniques which are not primarily designed to produce images, such as electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) and others, but which produce data susceptible to be represented as maps (i.e. containing positional information), can be seen as forms of medical imaging. In scientific investigation, medical imaging constitutes a sub-discipline of biomedical engineering, medical physics or medicine. Medical imaging is that the properties of living tissue. In the case of ultrasonography the probe consists of ultrasonic pressure waves and echoes inside the tissue show the internal structure. In the case of projection radiography, the probe is X-ray radiation which is absorbed at different rates in different tissue types such as bone, muscle and fat.
Magnetic Resonance (30 suppliers)
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging technique primarily used in radiology to visualize the structure and function of the body. It provides detailed images of the body in any plane. MRI provides much greater contrast between the different soft tissues of the body than does computed tomography (CT), making it especially useful in neurological, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, and oncological imaging. Unlike CT it uses no ionizing radiation, but uses a powerful magnetic field to align the nuclear magnetization of (usually) hydrogen atoms in water in the body. Radiofrequency fields are used to systematically alter the alignment of this magnetization, causing the hydrogen nuclei to produce a rotating magnetic field detectable by the scanner. This signal can be manipulated by additional magnetic fields to build up enough information to reconstruct an image of the body.
Medical Training Service (37 suppliers)
Medical Training Services provides first aid training . It covers disaster preparedness and blood-borne pathogens. It also covers emergency medical training services.
Medical Lasers (55 suppliers)
Medical Lasers affect human tissue by transferring radiant energy to the target cells. The radiant energy turns into heat when the cells absorb it. As the target cells are heated, all their proteins are destroyed and their internal pressure rises rapidly. The cells then explode, giving off smoke-like steam called a laser plume. The major effects of most lasers on tissue are coagulation of blood and protein, and vaporization. Vaporization is the removal of tissue through its conversion from a solid to a gas.In general, there are two types of medical laser systems, contact and non-contact. Contact systems work by sending laser light through a fiber or sapphire crystal tip. The tip absorbs the radiant energy and becomes hot. Direct contact between the tissue and the heated tip causes conduction of the heat energy from the tip to the tissue, resulting in the vaporization of the target cells. In contrast, non-contact laser systems do not directly touch the tissue. Instead, the laser light transfers radiant energy to the tissue. Heat results when the cell absorbs the radiant energy and the molecules in the tissue begin to move. In both types of system, the laser light itself is not hot. Heat is created only after the laser's radiant energy is absorbed, either by the tip or by the tissue.
Mammography Devices (94 suppliers)
Mammography Diagnostic Device with a digital detector forming a preferably rotatable subject table having a first concave curved surface formed by several arcs with different radii on one side of the table and another concave curved surface formed by several arcs with different radii on either adjacent or opposite side of the same table, these two curved surfaces allowing to accommodate curvature of the human breast and curvature of the rib cage below the breast of each patient and permitting to take a complete x-ray reading and detection of all areas of the human breast under examination, particularly at all points of connection with the rib cage wall and in the axilla area. The second concave curved surface is configured to fittingly accommodate the curvature of individuals with different bodily dimensions than those that could be accommodated by the first concave curved surface.
Men's Health Products (31 suppliers)
Manual Distraction Tables (25 suppliers)
Motorized Flexion Tables (20 suppliers)
Marketing Services (42 suppliers)
Massage Therapy Kits (34 suppliers)
A Massage Therapy Kit include a display package holding a pair of perforated reflex pin holders each with a printed foot reflexology chart integrally formed thereon. To facilitate creating pressure points on the feet of a user, the stress reduction kit also includes a bag of reflex pins, where each pin is dimensioned to be received in a friction tight fit into any one of the perforations disposed in the reflex pin holders and a set of instructions that guide a user on the placement of individual ones of the reflex pins in respective ones of the reflex pin holders. In accordance with the method of the present invention, when the user inserts the reflex pins in selected ones of the perforations and places the reflex pin holders within his or her shoes, desired body responses are achieved relative to the pressure points created by the pins against the feet of the user.
Musculoskeletal Diagnostic Systems (14 suppliers)
Musculoskeletal equipment mainly include a ultrasound scanner, which consist of a console containing a computer and electronics, a video display screen and a transducer that is used to scan the body and veins. The transducer is a small hand-held device that resembles a microphone, attached to the scanner by a cord. The transducer sends out high frequency sound waves and then listens for the returning echo. The principles are similar to sonar used by boats and submarines. The ultrasound image is immediately visible on a nearby screen that looks much like a computer or television monitor. The image is created based on the amplitude, frequency and time it takes for the sound signal to return from the patient to the transducer. When the transducer is pressed against the skin, it directs a stream of inaudible, high-frequency sound waves into the body. As the sound waves bounce off of internal organs, fluids and tissues, the sensitive microphone in the transducer records tiny changes in the sound's pitch and direction. These signature waves are instantly measured and displayed by a computer, which in turn creates a real-time picture on the monitor. These live images are usually recorded on videotape and one or more frames of the moving pictures are typically captured as still images.
MRI Devices (13 suppliers)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging technique primarily used in Radiology to visualize the structure and function of the body. It provides detailed images of the body in any plane. MRI provides much greater contrast between the different soft tissues of the body than does computed tomography (CT), making it especially useful in neurological (brain), musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, and oncological (cancer) imaging. Unlike CT it uses no ionizing radiation, but uses a powerful magnetic field to align the nuclear magnetization of (usually) hydrogen atoms in water in the body. Radiofrequency fields are used to systematically alter the alignment of this magnetization, causing the hydrogen nuclei to produce a rotating magnetic field detectable by the scanner. This signal can be manipulated by additional magnetic fields to build up enough information to reconstruct an image of the body. Magnetic resonance imaging was developed from knowledge gained in the study of nuclear magnetic resonance.
Management Consulting, Online Support Service (15 suppliers)
Management Consulting, Literature Support Service (15 suppliers)
Management Consulting, Videotapes (13 suppliers)
Management Consulting, Onsite Consulting Service (55 suppliers)
Management Consulting, Phone Consultation Service (12 suppliers)
Management Consulting, Seminar & Workshops (16 suppliers)
Motion Guiders (9 suppliers)
Magnetic Therapy kits (11 suppliers)
Microtome Equipment (12 suppliers)
Microtome is an instrument used for non-contact sectioning of biological tissues or materials.In contrast to mechanically working microtomes, the laser microtome does not require sample preparation techniques such as freezing, dehydration or embedding. It has the ability to slice tissue in its native state. Depending on the material being processed, slice thicknesses of 10 to 100 µm are feasible. The cutting process is performed by a femtosecond laser, emitting radiation in the near-infrared range. Within this wavelength range, the laser is able to penetrate the tissue up to a certain depth without causing thermal damage. By tight focussing the laser radiation, intensities over 1 TW/cm2 (1 TW = 1012 watts) arise inside the laser focus. These extreme intensities induce nonlinear effects and optical breakdown occurs. This causes the disruption of the material, limited to the focal point. The process is known as photodisruption.
Molecular Biology, Reagents (20 suppliers)
MSDS Resource Kits (3 suppliers)
Microbiology Identification Instruments (9 suppliers)
Microbiology Susceptibility Instruments (5 suppliers)
Microbiology PCR Instruments (6 suppliers)
The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) is a technique widely used in molecular biology. DNA polymerase used to amplify a piece of DNA by in vitro enzymatic replication. As PCR progresses, the DNA thus generated is itself used as template for replication. This sets in motion a chain reaction in which the DNA template is exponentially amplified. With PCR it is possible to amplify a single or few copies of a piece of DNA across several orders of magnitude, generating millions or more copies of the DNA piece. PCR can be extensively modified to perform a wide array of genetic manipulations. Almost all PCR applications employ a heat-stable DNA polymerase, such as Taq polymerase, an enzyme originally isolated from the bacterium Thermus aquaticus. This DNA polymerase enzymatically assembles a new DNA strand from DNA building blocks, the nucleotides, using single-stranded DNA as template and DNA oligonucleotides (also called DNA primers) required for initiation of DNA synthesis. The vast majority of PCR methods use thermal cycling, which is alternately heating and cooling the PCR sample to a defined series of temperature steps. These thermal cycling steps are necessary to physically separate the strands (at high temperatures) in a DNA double helix (DNA melting) used as template during DNA synthesis (at lower temperatures) by the DNA polymerase to selectively amplify the target DNA.
Microbiology Identification Test Kits (16 suppliers)
Miscellaneous Accessories (13 suppliers)
Medical Gloves (39 suppliers)
Micro Ear Hearing Aids (102 suppliers)
Marketing Consultant Service (35 suppliers)
Marketing Services (54 suppliers)
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