Busse Hospital Disposables

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Address: P.O. Box 11067, Hauppauge, New York 11788-0920, USA
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Profile: Busse Hospital Disposables specializes in emerging hospital disposables. Our urine catheter kit consists of smooth tapered catheter tip and eyes for low trauma insertions. Its unique vended lid promotes urine flow without the need to loosen lid. Our reusable kratonTM ear/ulcer syringe is made of sturdy, flexible and latex free kraton with flat bottom. Our new and improved Sontara® ice bags have been designed to make the caregiver's job faster and easier while providing the patient with cold, yet dry therapy. The absorbent layer between the inner bag and the Sontara material keeps moisture in while allowing the patient to stay dry. Its straps are made of strong material, increasing durability.

FDA Registration Number: 2433012

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• 80 Vertical Microscissors
• Absorbable Hemostats Surgicel
• Adhesive Fenestrated Drape
• Adjustable Bone Holding Forceps
• Adson 1 x 2 Teeth Tissue Forceps
• Adson-Graefe Tissue Forceps
• Adult Catheter Kit
• Adult Muscle Forceps
• All-Purpose Foreign Body Forceps
• Alligator Forceps
• Amniotic Fluid Sampler (FDA Code: HIO / 884.1550)
The amniotic fluid sampler (amniocentesis tray) is a collection of devices used to aspirate amniotic fluid from the amniotic sac via a transabdominal approach. Components of the amniocentesis tray include a disposable 3 inch 20 gauge needle with stylet and a 30 cc. syringe, as well as the various sample collection accessories, such as vials, specimen containers, medium, drapes, etc. The device is used at 16-18 weeks gestation for antepartum diagnosis of certain congenital abnormalities or anytime after 24 weeks gestation when used to assess fetal maturity.
• Amniotic Membrane Perforator
• Amniotome (FDA Code: HGE / 884.4530)
An obstetric-gynecologic specialized manual instrument is one of a group of devices used during obstetric-gynecologic procedures to perform manipulative diagnostic and surgical functions (e.g., dilating, grasping, measuring, and scraping), where structural integrity is the chief criterion of device performance. This type of device consists of the following:
• 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.
• Angled Micro Capsulorhexis Forceps
• Angled Micro Tying Forceps
• Angled tying utility Forceps
• Anterior chamber utility Forceps
• Anti-Fog Surgical Mask with Adhesive Tape
• Aspirators
• Baby Metzenbaum Scissors
• Bags, Wraps & Tubing
• Bathing Caps
• Biopsy Forceps, Internal Jugular Approach 7
• Biopsy Instruments (FDA Code: KNW / 876.1075)
A gastroenterology-urology biopsy instrument is a device used to remove, by cutting or aspiration, a specimen of tissue for microscopic examination. This generic type of device includes the biopsy punch, gastrointestinal mechanical biopsy instrument, suction biopsy instrument, gastro-urology biopsy needle and needle set, and nonelectric biopsy forceps. This section does not apply to biopsy instruments that have specialized uses in other medical specialty areas and that are covered by classification regulations in other parts of the device classification regulations.
• Biopsy Instruments (FDA Code: KNW / 876.1075)
• Biopsy Tray without Biopsy Instruments (FDA Code: FCH / 876.4730)
A manual gastroenterology-urology surgical instrument and accessories is a device designed to be used for gastroenterological and urological surgical procedures. The device may be nonpowered, hand-held, or hand-manipulated. Manual gastroenterology-urology surgical instruments include the biopsy forceps cover, biopsy tray without biopsy instruments, line clamp, nonpowered rectal probe, nonelectrical clamp, colostomy spur-crushers, locking device for intestinal clamp, needle holder, gastro-urology hook, gastro-urology probe and director, nonself-retaining retractor, laparotomy rings, nonelectrical snare, rectal specula, bladder neck spreader, self-retaining retractor, and scoop.
• BiPolar Bayonet Forceps
• Bipolar Forceps, Handswitching
• Blunt Nurses Scissors
• Bone Curettes
• Bone Holding and Plate Holding Forceps
• Bone Marrow Trays
• Bulb-tipped Urethral Catheter
• Calculi Strainer
• Caps
• Cartilage Scissors
• Catheter Needle (FDA Code: GCB / 878.4200)
An introduction/drainage catheter is a device that is a flexible single or multilumen tube intended to be used to introduce nondrug fluids into body cavities other than blood vessels, drain fluids from body cavities, or evaluate certain physiologic conditions. Examples include irrigation and drainage catheters, pediatric catheters, peritoneal catheters (including dialysis), and other general surgical catheters. An introduction/drainage catheter accessory is intended to aid in the manipulation of or insertion of the device into the body. Examples of accessories include adaptors, connectors, and catheter needles.
• Cervical Caps (FDA Code: HDR / 884.5250)
A cervical cap is a flexible cuplike receptacle that fits over the cervix to collect menstrual flow or to aid artificial insemination. This generic type of device is not for contraceptive use.
• Circumcision Clamp, Ring (FDA Code: HFX / 884.4530)
• Circumcision Clamps (FDA Code: HFX / 884.4530)
• Closed Urethral Catheterization Trays
• Coats, Jackets & Smocks
• Cone Surgical Mask
• Connecting Flexible Aspirating Tube (FDA Code: BYY / 880.6740)
A vacuum-powered body fluid suction apparatus is a device used to aspirate, remove, or sample body fluids. The device is powered by an external source of vacuum. This generic type of device includes vacuum regulators, vacuum collection bottles, suction catheters and tips, connecting flexible aspirating tubes, rigid suction tips, specimen traps, noninvasive tubing, and suction regulators (with gauge).
• Corneal fixation Forceps
• Corneal Suturing Forceps
• Corneal Utility Forceps

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