The Endo-Flush Endoscope Flushing Pump EFP250 is a fast, safe and easy automated solution to replace manual flushing. The system automatically flushes a scope’s internal channels with detergent, water and air, replacing manual flushing with a syringe. It makes cleaning a repeatable, consistent process and frees staff from the task of repetitious manual syringing.
3M Steri-Vac Sterilization systems are safe and effective for sterilizing temperature and moisture-sensitive medical devices. These sterilization systems provide sterilization of complex devices with no lumen restrictions and an extensive history of safety. The Steri-Vac System is a dual-cycle, 100 percent ethylene oxide gas sterilizer/aerator.
Miltex has expanded its line of instrument care and cleaning products to include single dose packets for ease of use, space-saving 8 oz. bottles, and 1-gallon bulk containers with pump dispensers. In addition, they have added a new ready to use Instrument Prep Spray Enzyme Foam 24 oz. spray bottle, which is ideal for pretreatment of instruments in applications where instrument cleaning is not immediately available.
Med X Change’s DRSHD is a simple to use High Definition Recording System designed to record live HD video and still images for patient files, academia and presentations. The system allows video and images to be burned to CD, DVD, USB, Network or External hard drives. It connects with virtually any type of camera in any type of surgical procedure including Neuro, Endo, Spine, Plastics, Ophthalmic and more.
The compact CXHD digital video recording/editing system gives superior image resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) with effortless touch-screen technology and a unique Graphical User Interface. The system can record via surgical camera or endoscope, then allows users to replay and edit crisp, clear scenes and stills for PC and Mac presentations.
The Sony® DVO Digital Video Recorder allows surgeons to capture movie-quality MPEG2 video. It records videos on DVD+RW discs. Using the convenient remote or footswitch, only the parts of the procedure that are required can be recorded, eliminating hours of reviewing video tapes. And, because it is a DVD, it can be played back on a computer or DVD player.
These stainless steel sterilizer are designed to sterilize instruments, needles or dressings at 320 to 360 degrees F using dry heat sterilization in the shortest possible time, keeping edges sharp and corrosion-free. The excusive internal-wall tubular heating system is completely burn-out proof.
Prepzyme® X.F. provides a thick, long lasting enzymatic foam that keeps soiled instruments moist and begins breaking down blood, fat, carbohydrates, starches and protein prior to decontamination. This instrument prep foam makes cleaning easier and helps speed up turnaround time by preventing bioburden from drying on the surface of instruments.
The Sony FilmStation Dry Film Imager provides users an installation choice of horizontal or vertical. Its compact size and vertical adaptability make this imager easily integrated into any radiology environment particularly where space is at a premium. The FilmStation features flexible installation capability, seamless mobility, easy-to-read LCD front panel and simple-to-load film.
Karl Storz has added FULL HD technology, including camera heads and monitors, the Image 1® family of products. FULL HD provides optimal viewing by acquiring and displaying images with 1080p resolution. The result is sharp HD images, whether the surgeon is capturing still or slow-moving images, or rapid movement.
The iCap Image and Video Capture System for Windows XP is offered in two configurations: One is a turnkey system, a medical grade computer system that includes the computer hardware and software pre-configured. The other option is a software solution with a USB digital capture unit that can plug into an existing computer system.
The Med X Change HDMD, a compact, high-definition (HD) recording system specifically and exclusively designed to integrate with Leica surgical microscopes. The HDMD captures live video and still images from a high-definition microscope camera during surgery, digitally records the images in high-clarity, state-of-the-art HD format, and displays the images in precisely-detailed, HD quality on a screen.
The high definition 660HD Image Management System can digitally capture, edit, export and print endoscopic surgical images and patient information. The system enables the clinicians to select the most significant and useful images captured during any type of surgical procedure, export the images to DVD, CD or USB and integrate them into the hospital’s information technology architecture, where they can be stored with the patients’ electronic medical record.
The MediCap USB150 instantly captures digital images from virtually any video source including ultrasounds, endoscopes, arthroscopes, surgical cameras and C-Arms. Images are saved to a removable flash drive. When the imaging session is complete, the flash drive can be inserted in the USB connector of any Windows® computer where the images can be easily archived, emailed or enhanced.
The FL800 integrated neurovascular fluorescence device is used in conjunction with an ICG (Indocyanine Green) fluorescence agent to view cerebrovascular blood flow. Designed to provide video angiography in the cerebrovascular area, this vascular fluorescence procedure is very straightforward. Once the ICG agent is injected intravenously into the patient, the surgeon presses one button.