Tempico, Inc.

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Address: 1700 West Church Street, Suite C, Hammond, Louisiana 70401, USA
Phone: +1-(985)-429-9929, 800-728-9006 | Fax: +1-(985)-429-9740 | Map/Directions >>
 
 

Profile: Tempico, Inc. produces & distributes the Rotoclave® medical processing systems to medical waste generators such as hospitals and laboratories. Our Rotoclave® technology offers the opportunity for volume reduction of municipal solid waste (MSW) to landfills. Our Rotoclave® systems are designed to accommodate a wide range of treatment needs. All our systems are completely automated and provide thorough sterilization of all waste in a closed system. The end product is physically harmless and volume reduced by up to 80%. Our model 1050-H1 was designed for the smallest of waste generators space requirements and budgets. It has touch screen operator panel, aluminum cart for discharging sterile waste from vessel, heavy-duty grinder and loader to transfer sterile waste into grinder.

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FDA Registration Number: 1721293

33 Products/Services (Click for related suppliers)  
• AC-powered Goniometer (FDA Code: KQX / 888.1500)
A goniometer is an AC-powered or battery powered device intended to evaluate joint function by measuring and recording ranges of motion, acceleration, or forces exerted by a joint.
• 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.
• Cervical Thoracic Orthosis (FDA Code: IPT / 890.3490)
A truncal orthosis is a device intended for medical purposes to support or to immobilize fractures, strains, or sprains of the neck or trunk of the body. Examples of truncal orthoses are the following: Abdominal, cervical, cervical-thoracic, lumbar, lumbo-sacral, rib fracture, sacroiliac, and thoracic orthoses and clavicle splints.
• Cutaneous Electrode (FDA Code: GXY / 882.1320)
A cutaneous electrode is an electrode that is applied directly to a patient's skin either to record physiological signals (e.g., the electroencephalogram) or to apply electrical stimulation.
• Electrical-Powered Muscle Stimulator (FDA Code: IPF / 890.5850)
A powered muscle stimulator is an electrically powered device intended for medical purposes that repeatedly contracts muscles by passing electrical currents through electrodes contacting the affected body area.
• Electromedical Biofeedback Devices
• External Ankle Brace (FDA Code: ITW / 890.3475)
A limb orthosis (brace) is a device intended for medical purposes that is worn on the upper or lower extremities to support, to correct, or to prevent deformities or to align body structures for functional improvement. Examples of limb orthoses include the following: A whole limb and joint brace, a hand splint, an elastic stocking, a knee cage, and a corrective shoe.
• External Brace Knee Joint (FDA Code: ITQ / 890.3475)
• External Functional Neuromuscular Stimulator (FDA Code: GZI / 882.5810)
An external functional neuromuscular stimulator is an electrical stimulator that uses external electrodes for stimulating muscles in the leg and ankle of partially paralyzed patients (e.g., after stroke) to provide flexion of the foot and thus improve the patient's gait.
• Gas Mask Head Strap (FDA Code: BTK / 868.5560)
A gas mask head strap is a device used to hold an anesthetic gas mask in position on a patient's face.
• Interferential Current Therapy Unit (FDA Code: LIH / 882.5890)
• 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.
• Iontophoresis Device (FDA Code: EGJ / 890.5525)
• Limb Brace Orthosis (FDA Code: IQI / 890.3475)
• Lumbar Orthosis, Brace (FDA Code: IQE / 890.3490)
• Lumbosacral Orthosis (FDA Code: IPY / 890.3490)
• Medical Waste Processing System
• Non-Implantable Electrical Stimulator (FDA Code: KPI / 876.5320)
A nonimplanted electrical continence device is a device that consists of a pair of electrodes on a plug or a pessary that are connected by an electrical cable to a battery-powered pulse source. The plug or pessary is inserted into the rectum or into the vagina and used to stimulate the muscles of the pelvic floor to maintain urinary or fecal continence. When necessary, the plug or pessary may be removed by the user. This device excludes an AC-powered nonimplanted electrical continence device and the powered vaginal muscle stimulator for therapeutic use (884.5940).
• Non-Invasive Traction Component (FDA Code: KQZ / 888.5890)
A noninvasive traction component is a device, such as a head halter, pelvic belt, or a traction splint, that does not penetrate the skin and is intended to assist in connecting a patient to a traction apparatus so that a therapeutic pulling force may be applied to the patient's body.
• Non-Measuring Exerciser (FDA Code: ION / 890.5370)
Nonmeasuring exercise equipment consist of devices intended for medical purposes, such as to redevelop muscles or restore motion to joints or for use as an adjunct treatment for obesity. Examples include a prone scooter board, parallel bars, a mechanical treadmill, an exercise table, and a manually propelled exercise bicycle.
• Non-Powered Goniometer (FDA Code: KQW / 888.1520)
A nonpowered goniometer is a mechanical device intended for medical purposes to measure the range of motion of joints.
• Non-Powered Traction Apparatus (FDA Code: HST / 888.5850)
A nonpowered orthopedic traction apparatus is a device that consists of a rigid frame with nonpowered traction accessories, such as cords, pulleys, or weights, and that is intended to apply a therapeutic pulling force to the skeletal system.
• Patient Position Support (FDA Code: CCX / 868.6820)
A patient position support is a device intended to maintain the position of an anesthetized patient during surgery.
• Pelvic Support Band (FDA Code: ISR / 890.3025)
A prosthetic and orthotic accessory is a device intended for medical purposes to support, protect, or aid in the use of a cast, orthosis (brace), or prosthesis. Examples of prosthetic and orthotic accessories include the following: A pelvic support band and belt, a cast shoe, a cast bandage, a limb cover, a prosthesis alignment device, a postsurgical pylon, a transverse rotator, and a temporary training splint.
• Powered Muscle Stimulator For Muscle Conditioning (FDA Code: NGX / 890.5850)
• Powered Traction Equipment (FDA Code: ITH / 890.5900)
Powered traction equipment consists of powered devices intended for medical purposes for use in conjunction with traction accessories, such as belts and harnesses, to exert therapeutic pulling forces on the patient's body.
• Reusable Hot /Cold Pack (FDA Code: IME / 890.5700)
A cold pack is a device intended for medical purposes that consists of a compact fabric envelope containing a specially hydrated pliable silicate gel capable of forming to the contour of the body and that provides cold therapy for body surfaces.
• Rigid Cervical-Thoracic Orthosis (FDA Code: IQF / 890.3490)
• Rotoclaver System
• Thoracic Orthosis, Brace (FDA Code: IPT / 890.3490)
• Traction Head Halter (FDA Code: HSS / 888.5890)
• Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulator For Arthritis (FDA Code: NYN / 882.5890)
• Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulator for Pain Relief (FDA Code: GZJ / 882.5890)

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