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Cleanable Computer Keyboards

February 15, 2007 7:16 am | Advanced Input Systems | Comments

Medigenic infection resistant computer keyboards are designed to combat the growing problem of hospital acquired infections. These keyboards not only can be easily cleaned, but also alert hospital staff when they need cleaning. The flat design of the keyboards allows for easy cleaning as well as excellent tactile response.

Cold Therapy Ice Packs

February 15, 2007 7:16 am | Precept Medical Products, Inc. | Comments

These Premium Cold Packs are durably constructed of three layers: a soft outer, an absorbent middle, and an impervious inner plastic bladder. The absorbent layer lessens the patient’s exposure to perspiration from the bladder as the ice melts. The secure plastic clip is completely enclosed within the ice bag, and is securely attached to the bag by a plastic sleeve or “clip-slip.

Spinal Surgery Table Extension

February 15, 2007 7:16 am | Allen Medical Systems | Comments

The Allen® Spinal System attaches to an existing OR table, providing an advanced spinal platform for a fraction of the cost of a standard spinal table. The system’s carbon fiber frame provides unhindered C-Arm access. The Wing Sets and C-Prone Head Positioner are designed to manage skin integrity issues and adjust for a customized fit for each patient.

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Intraoperative 3D Imaging System

February 15, 2007 7:16 am | TRUMPF | Comments

The BrainLAB BrainSUITE® iCT is an integrated intraoperative 3D imaging solution combining technologies from TRUMPF Medical Systems, BrainLAB and Siemens. The system integrates BrainLAB’s VectorVision® sky navigation system, the radiolucent TRUMPF JUPITER surgical table and Siemens SOMATOM CT scanning system.

Scope Cleaning Device

February 15, 2007 7:15 am | Ruhof Corporation | Comments

InstruSponge™, an enzymatic sponge on a flexible wand, is designed to clean all flexible and rigid scopes as well as cannulated take-a-part instruments. The device’s sponge is impregnated with the proprietary Endozime® AW Triple Plus with APA cleaning solution and ready to use. Simply dip the sponge in water to activate the enzymes.

Surgical Cavity Illuminator

February 15, 2007 7:15 am | Lumitex Md | Comments

The latest versions of the LightMat® Surgical Illuminator features an integral adhesive that makes it easier to handle and use and provides a thinner profile for ORs and ASCs. The LightMat device is a patented, flexible fiber optic panel that attaches easily to most surgical retractors and can be inserted directly into the surgical cavity.

Tying Technology & Safety Together

January 12, 2007 10:00 am | Comments

Suturing. It is among the most basic, yet critically important, skills that a surgeon or OR nurse can have. When all is said and done, the integrity of the sutures in internal tissue, the fascia and those closing the surgical site can mean the difference between a successful surgery with full patient recovery or one marked by countless and potentially life threatening complications.

OR Cleaning & Supply System

January 12, 2007 9:59 am | Microtek Medical, Inc. | Comments

Originally developed by a registered nurse, the CleanOp® system with Mojave™ is designed to improve OR room turnover by making it safer, easier and faster. Significantly decreasing turnover time, reducing costs, and enhancing infection control technique, the CleanOp system includes remarkable, new super absorbent Mojave table linens, as well as disposable supplies, hardware, and essential staff training.

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Liquid-Proof Computer Equipment

January 12, 2007 9:59 am | Ikey Industrial Peripherals | Comments

In response to rising concerns about hospital acquired infections as it relates to the recent shift to electronic records, iKey has developed a series of cleanable medical keyboards and a mouse designed to reduce cross contamination. The new liquid-proof keyboards feature low-profile silicon rubber keys that can withstand bleach cleaning, and are easily sprayed or wiped down for complete disinfection.

Scalpel Blade Disposal System

January 12, 2007 9:59 am | Myco Medical | Comments

The Qlicksmart® Cassette 3-in-1 delivers safe, quick and cheap removal of scalpel blades from traditional handles used in surgery. Compatible with 300 combinations of blades and handles, this system can help reduce the risk of injury and infection associated with used sharps. Once the blade is removed, it is stored in its own transparent cartridge for safe counting and disposal.

Electrosurgical Laparoscopic Instruments

January 12, 2007 9:59 am | Encision Inc. | Comments

The Active Electrode Monitoring (AEM®) system continuously monitors laparoscopic instruments during surgery, eliminating the risk of stray energy burns to patients. Encision offers a full line of enTouch™ Surgical Instruments that are equivalent in function and size to other conventional instruments.

Minimally Invasive Vascular Access Systems

January 12, 2007 9:59 am | Terumo Medical Corp. | Comments

Terumo Interventional Systems has introduced a new line of micro access systems, which includes the Glidewire® Access System and the GlideAccess™ System. These micro access systems offer less invasive initial puncture and facilitate smooth vascular access. This provides physicians with the ability to safely and confidently introduce the larger devices necessary to complete a wide range of endovascular procedures.

Videoendoscopes for GI Surgery

January 12, 2007 9:59 am | Karl Storz Endoscopy-America, Inc. | Comments

The new Flexible Videoendoscopes are specifically designed for gastrointestinal surgical procedures. In the OR, these videoendoscopes provide superior image quality while extending system functionality and enhancing the capabilities of GI surgeons. The scopes offer improved depth of field and high-resolution true color images, as well as easy-to-operate controls and enhanced viewing capabilities.

Digital Flexible Ureteroscope

January 12, 2007 9:59 am | Gyrus Acmi | Comments

The Invisio® digital visualization technology platform has been enhanced with the release of the new DUR®-D Digital Flexible Ureteroscope. The DUR-D Ureteroscope provides a significantly larger image with superior clarity. Featuring a patented, ultra-miniature CMOS distal imaging sensor and a built-in, cool LED light source, the DUR-D Ureteroscope delivers freedom from bulky external accessories.

Lap Band Introducer

January 12, 2007 9:59 am | Automated Medical Products Corp. | Comments

The Steinberg Lap Band™ Introducer is designed to simplify the introduction of the lap band and minimize potential tissue damage. The guide is placed into a 10-mm port, which is then removed. This novel Introducer is then placed onto the guide and slid into the abdomen. Once the Introducer enters the abdomen the guide is removed allowing the lap band to be released so that the surgeon can place it around the esophageal junction with the stomach.

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