Life-Tech, Inc.

Address: 4235 Greenbriar Dr., Stafford, Texas 77477-3995, USA
Phone: +1-(281)-491-6600, (800)-231-9841 | Fax: +1-(281)-491-6646 | Map/Directions >>

Profile: Life-Tech, Inc. produces electronic medical devices and disposables. We are accredited with ISO 13485 certification. We offer products such as urodynamic systems and consumables, auto read & urodiary computerized bladder diary, pelvic floor retraining, regional anesthesia and peripheral nerve block stimulators, needles & catheters & iontophoretic applicators and electrodes. Our ministim model MS-1B is based on the original MS-1 design. Our new MS-1B includes low battery detection, FET based output circuitry and enhanced battery compartment. Our probloc SC is an insulated 25 gauge, 40 mm short bevel point needle ideally suitable for the interscaline approach to brachial plexus, pediatric blocks and botox injections.

The company was founded in 1970, has revenues of USD 10-25 Million, has ~120 employees and is ISO 9001, CE certified.

FDA Registration Number: 1625424

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• Air Caloric Irrigator
• Anesthesia Conduction Kit (FDA Code: CAZ / 868.5140)
An anesthesia conduction kit is a device used to administer to a patient conduction, regional, or local anesthesia. The device may contain syringes, needles, and drugs.
• Anesthetic Conduction Catheter (FDA Code: BSO / 868.5120)
An anesthesia conduction catheter is a flexible tubular device used to inject local anesthetics into a patient and to provide continuous regional anesthesia.
• Anesthetic Conduction Needle with/without Introducer (FDA Code: BSP / 868.5150)
An anesthesia conduction needle is a device used to inject local anesthetics into a patient to provide regional anesthesia.
• Battery-Powered Nerve Stimulator (FDA Code: BXN / 868.2775)
An electrical peripheral nerve stimulator (neuromuscular blockade monitor) is a device used to apply an electrical current to a patient to test the level of pharmacological effect of anesthetic drugs and gases.
• Biofeedback Device (FDA Code: HCC / 882.5050)
A biofeedback device is an instrument that provides a visual or auditory signal corresponding to the status of one or more of a patient's physiological parameters (e.g., brain alpha wave activity, muscle activity, skin temperature, etc.) so that the patient can control voluntarily these physiological parameters.
• Blockade Monitor Peripheral Nerve Stimulator
• Bulb-tipped Urethral Catheter
• Caloric Air Stimulator (FDA Code: KHH / 874.1800)
An air or water caloric stimulator is a device that delivers a stream of air or water to the ear canal at controlled rates of flow and temperature and that is intended for vestibular function testing of a patient's body balance system. The vestibular stimulation of the semicircular canals produce involuntary eye movements that are measured and recorded by a nystagmograph.
• Caloric Irrigator
• Caloric Water Stimulator (FDA Code: ETP / 874.1800)
• Closed Urethral Catheterization Trays
• Constant Voltage Nerve Stimulators
• Corneal Electrode (FDA Code: HLZ / 886.1220)
A corneal electrode is an AC-powered device, usually part of a special contact lens, intended to be applied directly to the cornea to provide data showing the changes in electrical potential in the retina after electroretinography (stimulation by light).
• Cystometric Gas on Hydraulic Device (FDA Code: FAP / 876.1620)
A urodynamics measurement system is a device used to measure volume and pressure in the urinary bladder when it is filled through a catheter with carbon dioxide or water. The device controls the supply of carbon dioxide or water and may also record the electrical activity of the muscles associated with urination. The device system may include transducers, electronic signal conditioning and display equipment, a catheter withdrawal device to enable a urethral pressure profile to be obtained, and special catheters for urethral profilometry and electrodes for electromyography. This generic type of device includes the cystometric gas (carbon dioxide) device, the cystometric hydrualic device, and the electrical recording cystometer, but excludes any device that uses air to fill the bladder.
• Diagnostic Electromyograph (FDA Code: IKN / 890.1375)
A diagnostic electromyograph is a device intended for medical purposes, such as to monitor and display the bioelectric signals produced by muscles, to stimulate peripheral nerves, and to monitor and display the electrical activity produced by nerves, for the diagnosis and prognosis of neuromuscular disease.
• Digital Nerve Locator
• Disposable 3-Way Standard Urethral Catheter
• Disposable Nonelectric Urine Flow Rate Measuring Device (FDA Code: FFG / 876.1800)
A urine flow or volume measuring system is a device that measures directly or indirectly the volume or flow of urine from a patient, either during the course of normal urination or while the patient is catheterized. The device may include a drip chamber to reduce the risk of retrograde bacterial contamination of the bladder and a transducer and electrical signal conditioning and display equipment. This generic type of device includes the electrical urinometer, mechanical urinometer, nonelectric urinometer, disposable nonelectric urine flow rate measuring device, and uroflowmeter.
• Disposable One-Way Urethral Catheter
• Disposable Urethral Catheters
• Double-J Urethral Catheters
• Dual Lumen Urethral Catheter
• Electrical Nerve Stimulators
• Electrical Recording Cystometer (FDA Code: EXQ / 876.1620)
• Electromedical Biofeedback Devices
• Erectile Dysfunction Device (FDA Code: LST)
• Evoked Response Auditory Stimulator (FDA Code: GWJ / 882.1900)
An evoked response auditory stimulator is a device that produces a sound stimulus for use in evoked response measurements or electroencephalogram activation.
• Evoked Response Photic Stimulator (FDA Code: GWE / 882.1890)
An evoked response photic stimulator is a device used to generate and display a shifting pattern or to apply a brief light stimulus to a patient's eye for use in evoked response measurements or for electroencephalogram (EEG) activation.
• Exophthalmometers (FDA Code: HLS / 886.1270)
An exophthalmometer is a device, such as a ruler, gauge, or caliper, intended to measure the degree of exophthalmos (abnormal protrusion of the eyeball).
• Female Urethral Catheterization Kit
• Foley Anchor-Urinary Catheter
• Hydraulic Cystometric Device (FDA Code: FEN / 876.1620)
• Intravenous Administration Kit (FDA Code: FPA / 880.5440)
An intravascular administration set is a device used to administer fluids from a container to a patient's vascular system through a needle or catheter inserted into a vein. The device may include the needle or catheter, tubing, a flow regulator, a drip chamber, an infusion line filter, an I.V. set stopcock, fluid delivery tubing, connectors between parts of the set, a side tube with a cap to serve as an injection site, and a hollow spike to penetrate and connect the tubing to an I.V. bag or other infusion fluid container.
• Iontophoresis
• Iontophoresis Device (FDA Code: KTB / 890.5525)
An iontophoresis device is a device that is intended to use a direct current to introduce ions of soluble salts or other drugs into the body and induce sweating for use in the diagnosis of cystic fibrosis or for other uses if the labeling of the drug intended for use with the device bears adequate directions for the device's use with that drug. When used in the diagnosis of cystic fibrosis, the sweat is collected and its composition and weight are determined.
• Iontophoretic Applicators
• Needle Electrode (FDA Code: GXZ / 882.1350)
A needle electrode is a device which is placed subcutaneously to stimulate or to record electrical signals.
• Nerve Stimulators
• Neuromuscular Stimulator Electrode, Muscle
• Non-Sterile Specimen Mailer And Storage Container (FDA Code: NNK / 864.3250)
A specimen transport and storage container, which may be empty or prefilled, is a device intended to contain biological specimens, body waste, or body exudate during storage and transport in order that the matter contained therein can be destroyed or used effectively for diagnostic examination. If prefilled, the device contains a fixative solution or other general purpose reagent to preserve the condition of a biological specimen added to the container. This section does not apply to specimen transport and storage containers that are intended for use as part of an over-the-counter test sample collection system for drugs of abuse testing.
• Open Urethral Catheterization Trays
• Open-End Urethral Catheter
• Open-ended Tapered Tip Urethral Catheter
• Opticokinetic Drum (FDA Code: HOW / 886.1200)
An optokinetic drum is a drum-like device covered with alternating white and dark stripes or pictures that can be rotated on its handle. The device is intended to elicit and evaluate nystagmus (involuntary rapid movement of the eyeball) in patients.
• Pediatric Open-End Urethral Catheters
• Pediatric Urethral Catheters
• Pediatric Urine Collector (FDA Code: KNX / 876.5250)
A urine collector and accessories is a device intended to collect urine. The device and accessories consist of tubing, a suitable receptacle, connectors, mechanical supports, and may include a means to prevent the backflow of urine or ascent of infection. The two kinds of urine collectors are:
• Penile Tumescence Monitor (FDA Code: LIL)
• Peripheral Electric Nerve Stimulator (FDA Code: KOI / 868.2775)

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