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General Purpose 3-D Rotator (1 supplier)
General Purpose Water Baths (2 suppliers)
General Purpose Water Baths features accurate microprocessor control, three user-defined temperature preset buttons, redundant safety backup, front panel lockout and electronic calibration.
General Purpose Nitrile Gloves (21 suppliers)
Galvanic Electrodes (2 suppliers)
Galvanic Electrodes are placed on the clavicle under the chin and on the face, enabling the current to be conducted at equal intensity to the entire area being treated. Galvanic electrodes produce a millivolt output directly proportional to the oxygen present in the sample. It is designed for use with high pulse galvanic stimulators.
Green Laser Photocoagulators (2 suppliers)
Glove Liners (11 suppliers)
Gloss Labels (1 supplier)
Gillies Skin Hook (21 suppliers)
General Purpose Cleaners (4 suppliers)
Glass Cleaners (8 suppliers)
Gauze Balls (15 suppliers)
The gauze balls are produced from bleached cotton fibers. It is an inseparable part of medical procedures in surgery, traumatology, and other medical applications.
Gauze Swabs (20 suppliers)
Gas Sterilization System (2 suppliers)
Galipot (1 supplier)
Garbage Can (2 suppliers)
Guedel Pattern Airway (8 suppliers)
Gall Bladder/Kidney, Dilator (2 suppliers)
Dilators used by urologists are called urethral dilators. These dilators are used to increase the size of the urethra to allow insertion of instruments, such as a cystoscope, which is used to visualize the interior of the urinary bladder. The most common style of urethral dilators are called van buren of which there are two basic types like the female style is a straight dilator and the male style is curved at the tip.
Gall Bladder/Kidney, Pedicle Clamp (5 suppliers)
Pedicle Clamp consists of two jaws, one fixed and other sliding or acting by means of screw power in connection with the first. The pedicle is included between the two corrugated faces after, which any desire amount of compression secures by means of screw attachment.
Gall Bladder/Kidney, Forcep (4 suppliers)
Forceps are used for grasping and removing foreign objects from the ureter. It consists of hollow tube member with a control member extending there through, an actuator coupled to the proximal ends of the tube member and the control member and a jaw assembly coupled to the distal ends of the tube and control member.
Gall Bladder/Kidney, Scoop (3 suppliers)
Scoop is an invasive device that can help patients to avoid surgery for various ailments like urological disorders.
Gall Bladder/Kidney, Kidney Clamp (2 suppliers)
Gall Bladder/Kidney, Stone Forcep (10 suppliers)
Stone Forceps is a forceps with variably curved slender blades and serrated jaws that is used to extract calculi from the renal pelvis or calices. It is used for grasping, crushing and removing gallstones from the opened neck of a gallbladder being extracted from an abdominal port site during laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Genitourinary, Circumcision Instruments (1 supplier)
A circumcision instrument consists of a pair of crossed elements and a pivot pin fixed between the crossed elements that allow for movement of the crossed elements toward and away from each other about a common axis. The crossed elements comprise a handle with a finger loop at the proximal end of the crossed elements. It is used to crush the tissue without completely severing the tissue. It is suitable for use during the circumcision procedure.
Genitourinary, Penis Clamp (2 suppliers)
Penis Clamp is a device that helps to control male urinary incontinence. This simple device helps men cope with the dribbling and incontinent side effects secondary to prostate cancer, stroke and other urinary problems. It is hinged, stainless steel frame supporting two foam rubber pads and a locking device. The clamp is reusable and sized by penis circumference.
Genitourinary, Circumcision Probe (1 supplier)
Genitourinary, Sutureless Vasectomy Kit (1 supplier)
Genitourinary, Vasectomy Clamp (1 supplier)
Genitourinary, Vasectomy Clamp is a surgical device used to hold the vas deferens while a puncture incision is made with special forceps. The forceps are opened to stretch the skin, making a small hole through which the vas deferens is lifted out, cut, sutured or cauterized and put back in place. It minimizes postoperative discomfort and the risk for bleeding and infection.
Genitourinary, Vasectomy Instruments (2 suppliers)
Vasectomy Instruments isolates and secures the vas deferens without penetrating the skin. Vasectomy Hemostat pierces the scrotal sac to expose the vas deferens. The vas deferens is lifed out of the scrotum with the Vasectomy Hemostat and occluded.
Genitourinary, Prostatic Retractor (2 suppliers)
Genitourinary, Lateral Retractor (1 supplier)
Genitourinary, Catheter Guide (6 suppliers)
Genitourinary, Catheter Guide is s flexible metallic wire or thin sound over which a catheter is passed to advance it into its proper position, as in a blood vessel or the urethra. It is characterized by a core of solid, flexible metal completely encased in a self-lubricating material and an adjustable stop which also may be used as a grip for manipulation of the guide and an anchor for forming a handle by an end of the guide.
Grasping Forceps (8 suppliers)
Grasping Forceps (10 suppliers)
Grasping Forceps are the instrument used for unipolar coagulation. It includes a handle and an elongate cable with resiliently outwardly flared claws at the leading end. The cable is of a fixed length relative to the handle and its interlocking elements are provided to fix the sheath in the retracted position.
Gel Documentation System (1 supplier)
Gel documentation system is an imaging system, which is ideally suited to scientists who do not want another PC in their laboratory. It is used to detect, archive & analyze fluorescent and visible samples such as DNA, proteins and bacterial colonies. This system contains digital camera and darkroom hood. This system allows gel images to be printed instantly or saved on a USB memory stick for archiving or further processing.
Gram-Negative Identification Kit (2 suppliers)
Gastrointestinal Cancer Antigen (1 supplier)
Guidewires (23 suppliers)
Guidewire is a long and flexible fine spring, used to introduce and position an intravascular angiographic catheter. It is highly versatile, combining support and steerability for successful access to a wide range of vascular anatomy and multiple lesions.
Gas Permeable Lenses (5 suppliers)
Gas Permeable lenses can transmit the oxygen through the lens to the conjunctiva and cornea. Gas permeable (GP) contact lenses offer more visual performance. Because they're durable, they can be an economical choice for vision correction. Gas Permeable contact lenses are easy to care for and are crafted from patented oxygen permeable material that allows your eyes to 'breathe'. GP contact lenses are also ideal for special eye needs as they are custom fit to the natural shape of the patients' eyes.
Gel Insole (9 suppliers)
Gel Ankle Support (39 suppliers)
Gall Duct Forceps (10 suppliers)
Glass Vials (8 suppliers)
General Medical Equipment (245 suppliers)
Medical Equipment is designed to aid in the diagnosis, monitoring or treatment of medical conditions. These devices are usually designed with rigorous safety standards. Diagnostic equipment includes medical imaging machines, used to aid in diagnosis, ultrasound and MRI machines, PET and CT scanners and x-ray machines. Therapeutic equipment includes infusion pumps, medical lasers and LASIK surgical machines. Life support equipment is used maintain a patient's bodily function. These include medical ventilators, heart-lung machines, ECMO and dialysis machines. Medical monitors allow medical staff to measure a patient's medical state. Monitors may measure patient vital signs and other parameters including ECG, EEG, blood pressure and dissolved gases in the blood. Medical laboratory equipment automates or helps analyze blood, urine and genes. Diagnostic Medical Equipment may also be used in the home for certain purposes including the control of diabetes mellitus.
General Biomedical Devices (36 suppliers)
Bio medical device is intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease. It is also intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of man or other animals, and which does not achieve any of its primary intended purposes through chemical action and which is not dependent upon being metabolized for the achievement of any of its primary intended purposes.The devices include pacemakers, infusion pumps, the heart-lung machine, dialysis machines, artificial organs, implants, artificial limbs, corrective lenses, cochlear implants, ocular prosthetics, facial prosthetics, somato prosthetics and dental implants.Bio Medical devices can be regulated and classified as class I devices present minimal potential for harm to the user and are often simpler in design than Class II or Class III devices. Devices in this category include tongue depressors, bedpans, elastic bandages, examination gloves, and hand-held surgical instruments and other similar types of common equipment. Class II devices are subject to special controls in addition to the general controls of Class I devices. Special controls may include special labeling requirements, mandatory performance standards, and post market surveillance. Devices in this class are typically non-invasive and include x-ray machines, PACS, powered wheelchairs, infusion pumps, and surgical drapes. Class III devices require premarket approval, a scientific review to ensure the device's safety and effectiveness, in addition to the general controls of Class I.
Gynecology Equipment (45 suppliers)
Gamma Cameras (18 suppliers)
A Gamma Camera is a device used to image gamma radiation emitting radioisotopes, a technique known as scintigraphy. The applications of scintigraphy include early drug development and nuclear medical imaging to view and analyse images of the human body of the distribution of medically injected, inhaled, or ingested radionuclides emitting gamma rays. A gamma camera consists of one or more flat crystal planes or, detectors, optically coupled to an array of photomultiplier tubes, the assembly is known as a 'head', mounted on a gantry. The gantry is connected to a computer system that both controls the operation of the camera as well as acquisition and storage of acquired images. The system accumulates events, or counts, of gamma photons that are absorbed by the crystal in the camera. Usually a large flat crystal of sodium iodide with thallium doping in a light-sealed housing is used. The crystal scintillates in response to incident gamma radiation. When a gamma photon leaves the patient, who has been injected with a radioactive pharmaceutical, it knocks an electron loose from an iodine atom in the crystal, and a faint flash of light is produced when the dislocated electron again finds a minimal energy state. The initial phenomenon of the excited electron is similar to the photoelectric effect and particularly with gamma rays the Compton effect. After the flash of light is produced, it is detected. Photomultiplier tubes (PMTs) behind the crystal detect the fluorescent flashes events and a computer sums the counts.
Gait Cycle Supports (6 suppliers)
The Gait Cycle is a sequence of neurologic and mechanical events, leading to the synchronized pattern of movement that moves us through the world. In its most general form, the gait cycle is divided into two phases: stance and swing. These phases refer to the action of the limb that is either in contact with the ground and providing support (stance), or in the air and preparing for the next step (swing). Each phase is further broken down into subphases, based on the action of the various osseous and muscular groups causing movement. The gait cycle is the time interval or sequence of movements occurring between two consecutive initial contacts of the same foot. To evaluate the gait cycle, you have to describe what happens in one leg, and then duplicate the observations with the other leg.
General Chemistry Calibrators (22 suppliers)
General Chemistry Test Kits (25 suppliers)
General Chemistry Kits (18 suppliers)
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