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Compact Critical Care Monitor (1 supplier)
Compact critical care monitor is a modular, small-footprint monitor. It is ideally suited for medium care monitoring. It integrates basic hemodynamic and all airway gas measurements. It provides unique capabilities of patient spirometry, continuous gas exchange/metabolics, automated tonometry and neuromuscular transmission.
Critical Care Monitors (2 suppliers)
Critical care monitor is a modular multiparameter monitor that offers a flexible solution for the varying needs of critical care. It provides a variety of parameter module options, module frame options as well as different display and mounting solutions together with remote control and extension frame. It integrates the unique capabilities of patient spirometry, continuous gas exchange and metabolics measurements, unique tonometry measurement and monitoring the level of neuromuscular block.
Canvas Aprons (5 suppliers)
Cock-up Wrist Support (40 suppliers)
Cervical Drill Tips (1 supplier)
Cervical Drill Guards (1 supplier)
Cross Bar Handle (2 suppliers)
Cranio-blade (2 suppliers)
Carotid Artery Bypass Clamps (2 suppliers)
Coarctation Clamps, Calibrated Jaws (1 supplier)
Coarctation Clamps, Curved Jaws (1 supplier)
Clamp, Serrated Jaws (1 supplier)
Clamps, Orthopedic Meniscus (1 supplier)
Cooley Pediatric Clamp (1 supplier)
Coarct Clamp, Straight (1 supplier)
Curved Clamp, Standard (2 suppliers)
Coagulator Floorstand (1 supplier)
Cranialfixation, Bioplate (1 supplier)
Cranialstabilization, Skull Tongs (5 suppliers)
Cranioplastic, Titanium Mesh (3 suppliers)
Craniosorb Kits (2 suppliers)
Craniotome Air Driverset (1 supplier)
Craniotome Driver, Accessories (1 supplier)
Craniotome Drivers (1 supplier)
Cervical Microdiscectomy Instruments (2 suppliers)
Curettes, Lumbar (1 supplier)
Curettes, Cervical (2 suppliers)
Curettes, Uterine (4 suppliers)
Common Duct Dilators (4 suppliers)
Chisel Edge Periosteal Elevators (2 suppliers)
Convective Warming Systems (1 supplier)
Cardiovascular Cooling/Heating Systems (2 suppliers)
Continuing Medical Education (4 suppliers)
Cardiovascular Systems (82 suppliers)
Cardiovascular system refers to a system of vessels that convey blood to and from tissues throughout the body, bringing nutrients and oxygen and removing wastes and carbon dioxide. It is essentially a long, closed tube through which blood moves in a double circuit-one through the lungs (pulmonary circulation) and one through the rest of the body (systemic circulation). The heart pumps blood through the arteries, which branch into smaller arterioles, which feed into microscopic capillaries (artery; capillary). These converge to form small venules, which join to become larger veins, generally following the same path as the arteries back to the heart. Cardiovascular diseases include atherosclerosis, congenital and rheumatic heart disease and vascular inflammation.
Cardiac Cath Lab System (30 suppliers)
Cardiac Cath Lab means Cardiac catheterization Laboratory. Cath lab teams include highly skilled and specialized registered nurses, cardiovascular and radiological technologists. The Center provides digital imaging equipment that visualizes and detects coronary artery disease. The images can be stored in the system as a guide for immediate or later treatment of the disease process. State-of-the-art electrophysiology equipment is utilized by the cardiologist and staff to diagnose and treat advanced cardiac dysrhythmias (irregular cardiac rhythms).
Communication Service (16 suppliers)
Communication Service in medical field involves the communication between a patient and the service department. An emergency medical service is a service providing out-of-hospital acute care and transport to definitive care, to patients with illnesses and injuries which the patient believes constitutes a medical emergency. The most common and recognized EMS type is an ambulance organization.. The aim of EMS is to provide treatment to those in need of urgent medical care, with the goal of either satisfactorily treating the malady, or arranging for timely removal of the patient to the next point of definitive care. This is an emergency department at a hospital or another place where physicians are available.
Computed Tomography Device (40 suppliers)
Computed Tomography device is a medical imaging device which combines in a single gantry system both positron emission tomography (PET) and an x-ray computed tomography & images acquired from both devices can be taken sequentially, in the same session from the patient & combined into a single superposed image. Thus, functional imaging obtained by PET, which depicts the spatial distribution of metabolic or biochemical activity in the body can be more precisely aligned or correlated with anatomic imaging obtained by CT scanning. Two- and three-dimensional image reconstruction may be rendered as a function of a common software and control system. PET-CT has revolutionized many fields of medical diagnosis, by adding precision of anatomic localization to functional imaging, which was previously lacking from pure PET imaging. Oncology, surgical planning, radiation therapy and cancer staging have been changing rapidly under the influence of PET-CT availability, to the extent that many diagnostic imaging procedures and centers have been gradually abandoning conventional PET devices and substituting them by PET-CTs. Although the combined device is considerably more expensive, it has the advantage of providing both functions as stand-alone examinations, being, in fact, two devices in one.
C-arms & Portable Furniture (34 suppliers)
Cameras & Camera Tubes (23 suppliers)
An electron gun for a camera tube includes an anode and a cathode. The cathode is assembled in a cathode support which can very readily be adjusted relative to the anode in the non-connected condition. In particular, the cathode support and the anode are movable radially with respect to each other and with respect to an axis. An emissive cathode surface and a part of the anode extending perpendicular to the axis remain accurately parallel to each other during the radial movement. As a result of this it is possible to cause the central path of the generated electron beam and the gun axis to coincide so that extra correction coils for aligning the electron beam may be omitted.
CCD Cameras (23 suppliers)
Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) is an analog shift register, enabling analog signals (electric charges) to be transported through successive stages (capacitors) controlled by a clock signal. Charge coupled devices can be used as a form of memory or for delaying analog, sampled signals. They are most widely used for serializing parallel analog signals, namely in arrays of photoelectric light sensors. CCDs are used in digital photography and astronomy (particularly in photometry, sensors, medical fluoroscopy, optical and UV spectroscopy and high speed techniques such as lucky imaging). Digital color cameras generally use a Bayer mask over the CCD. Each square of four pixels has one filtered red, one blue, and two green (the human eye is more sensitive to green than either red or blue). The result of this is that luminance information is collected at every pixel, but the color resolution is lower than the luminance resolution.
Central Sterile Supports (11 suppliers)
Clinical Information System (25 suppliers)
A Clinical Information System (CIS) , variously also called hospital information system (HIS) is a comprehensive, integrated information system designed to manage the administrative, financial and clinical aspects of a hospital. This encompasses paper-based information processing as well as data processing machines. As an area of medical informatics the aim of an HIS is to achieve the best possible support of patient care and administration by electronic data processing. It can be composed of one or a few software components with specialty-specific extensions as well as of a large variety of sub-systems in medical specialties (e.g. Laboratory Information System, Radiology Information System).CISs are sometimes separated from HISs in that the former concentrate on patient-related and clinical-state-related data (electronic patient record) whereas the latter keeps track of administrative issues. The distinction is not always clear and there is contradictory evidence against a consistent use of both terms.
Computers (20 suppliers)
A computer is a machine that manipulates data according to a list of instructions. Modern computers are based on tiny integrated circuits and are millions to billions of times more capable while occupying a fraction of the space. Simple computers may be made small enough to fit into a wristwatch and be powered from a watch battery. Personal computers, in various forms, are icons of the Information Age and are what most people think of as 'a computer'; however, the most common form of computer in use today is the embedded computer. Embedded computers are small, simple devices that are used to control other devices, they may be found in machines ranging from fighter aircraft to industrial robots, digital cameras, and children's toys. The ability to store and execute lists of instructions called programs makes computers extremely versatile and distinguishes them from calculators. Computers with capability and complexity ranging from that of a personal digital assistant to a supercomputer are all able to perform the same computational tasks given enough time and storage capacity.
Critical Care Devices (27 suppliers)
Critical Care Unit or Intensive care unit (ICU)devices include patient monitoring, respiratory and cardiac support, pain management, emergency resuscitation devices and other life support equipment designed to care for patients who are seriously injured, have a critical or life-threatening illness, or have undergone a major surgical procedure, thereby requiring 24-hour care and monitoring. An ICU may be designed and equipped to provide care to patients with a range of conditions or it may be designed and equipped to provide specialized care to patients with specific conditions. For example, a neuromedical ICU cares for patients with acute conditions involving the nervous system or patients who have just had neurosurgical procedures and require equipment for monitoring and assessing the brain and spinal cord. A neonatal ICU is designed and equipped to care for infants who are ill, born prematurely, or have a condition requiring constant monitoring. A trauma/burn ICU provides specialized injury and wound care for patients involved in auto accidents and patients who have gunshot injuries
CRT Monitors (36 suppliers)
A CRT monitor is an electronic device that shows pictures. A monitor is usually used to see programs on a computer. The main difference between a monitor and a television is that a monitor does not have a television tuner to change channels. A monitor may be used to watch television if it is connected to a device that has a television tuner. Some high monitors do have a television, and some televisions are used with computers. A monitor has a better display resolution than a television to make it easier to see smaller letters and graphics on. The CRT monitor, which is big and heavy. It is the oldest technology used by monitors. It looks like a television, but has a bigger display resolution and often a higher frequency.
Collimators (51 suppliers)
A Collimator is a device that narrows a beam of particles or waves. Collimators are used in linear accelerators used for radiotherapy treatments. They help to shape the beam of radiation emerging from the machine, they can limit the maximum field size of a beam. The treatment head of a linear accelerator consists of both a primary and secondary collimator. The primary collimator is positioned after the electron beam has reached a vertical orientation. When using photons, it is placed after the beam has passed through the X-ray target. The secondary collimator is positioned after either a flattening filter for photon therapy or a scattering foil for electron therapy. The secondary collimator consists of two jaws, which can be moved to either enlarge or reduce the size of the treatment field. New systems involving multileaf collimators (MLCs) are used to further shape a beam to localise treatment fields in radiotherapy. MLCs consist of approximately 50-120 leaves of heavy, metal collimator plates which slide into place to form the desired field shape.
Cardiopulmonary Devices (21 suppliers)
Cardiopulmonary Device is a device used for assisting in cardiopulmonary resuscitations (CPR) that includes a top portion for receiving a manual force applied by a person performing such CPR and a bottom portion sized to fit within a breastbone area and intermediate a plurality of ribs extending outwardly from opposed side edges of such breastbone of a person receiving such CPR and which transmits the manual force exclusively to such breastbone to cause a predetermined movement of such breastbone towards a heart. A mouth cover is provided for preventing accidental reflux discharge of the person receiving such CPR. The device cover and a pair of gloves are provided as a convenient kit for use during CPR.
Cathode Ray Tubes (17 suppliers)
The Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) is an evacuated glass envelope containing an electron gun (a source of electrons) and a fluorescent screen, usually with internal or external means to accelerate and deflect the electrons. When electrons strike the fluorescent screen, light is emitted. The electron beam is deflected and modulated in a way which causes it to display an image on the screen. The image may represent electrical waveforms (oscilloscope), pictures (television, computer monitor), echoes of aircraft detected by radar, etc., The single electron beam can be processed in such a way as to display moving pictures in natural colors. The generation of an image on a CRT by deflecting an electron beam requires the use of an evacuated glass envelope which is large, deep, heavy, and relatively fragile (this has earned it the nickname 'Fishbowl'). The development of imaging technologies without these disadvantages has caused CRTs to be largely displaced by flat plasma screens, liquid crystal displays, DLP, OLED displays, and other technologies.
Computerized Patient Management (8 suppliers)
Computerised Patient Management System is a category of software that deals with the day-to-day operations of a medical practice. Such software frequently allows users to capture patient demographics, schedule appointments, maintain lists of insurance payers, perform billing tasks, and generate reports. It is commonly refered to as Practice Management Software. In the United States, most PMS is designed for small to medium-sized medical offices. Some of the software is designed for or used by third-party medical billing companies. PMS is often divided amongst desktop-only software, client-server software, or Internet-based software.The desktop variety is intended to be used only on one computer by one or a handful of users sharing access. Client-server software typically necessitates that the practice acquire or lease server equipment and operate the server software on that hardware, while individual users' workstations contain client software that accesses the server. Client-server software's advantage is in allowing multiple users to share the data and the workload; a major disadvantage is the cost of running the server. Internet-based software is a relatively newer breed of PMS. Such software decreases the need for the practice to run their own server and worry about security and reliability. However, such software removes patient data from the practice's premises, which can be seen as a security risk of its own.PMS is often connected to electronic medical records (EMR) systems.
Chemicals, Film Processors (12 suppliers)
Flim processing or Photographic processing is the industrial process by which conventional photographic film is treated after photographic exposure in order to produce the desired negative or positive image. Photographic processing does three things: it transforms the latent image into a visible image that can be seen, it makes the visible image permanent, and it renders the film insensitive to light.The general process is similar whatever the make of film or paper. Before processing, the film must be removed from the camera and from its cassette, spool or holder in a light-proof room or container. In amateur processing, the film is removed from the camera and wound onto a reel in complete darkness (usually inside a darkroom (with the safelight turned off) or a lightproof bag with arm holes). The reel holds the film in a spiral shape, with space Flim processing or Photographic processing is the industrial process by which conventional photographic film is treated after photographic exposure in order to produce the desired negative or positive image. Photographic processing does three things: it transforms the latent image into a visible image that can be seen, it makes the visible image permanent, and it renders the film insensitive to light. The amateur or commercial level processing , the film is treated in chemical baths. Each of these baths is closely monitored and maintained at a specific temperature and treatment time. Developer baths are most sensitive to deviations from the standard processing conditions. The fixer makes the image permanent and light-resistant by dissolving any remaining silver halides.
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