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Suture Cart

September 12, 2005 2:35 pm | Scan Modul Systems Inc. | Comments

Push-Button Cart

September 12, 2005 2:35 pm | Armstrong Medical Industries | Comments

The A-SMART® All-Aluminum Push-Button Cart has a push-button lock with key override. It features lightweight, aluminum construction, double side-wall construction, stabilizing frame with bumper, high-quality swivel casters (two locking, one tracking), a plastic top, and soft-grip handles. The cart is available in 14 colors and hundreds of available accessories, some shown here.

Diagnostic Ultrasound System

September 12, 2005 2:35 pm | Aloka | Comments

Booth # 1611 • The ProSound Alpha 5 digital diagnostic ultrasound system is ideal for use in the operating room. Aloka's ProSound technology transmits and receives noise-free signals providing diagnostic information in pure sound field. Aloka's advanced microcircuit technology provides for large-scale integration of the electronic circuit allowing creation of the high-density digital front-end.


OR Table Imaging Extension

September 12, 2005 2:35 pm | Allen Medical Systems | Comments

The Allen® Universal Imaging Extension (UIE) allows the surgical staff to turn a standard OR table into an imaging platform. The leg of the extension doubles as a cart, allowing for easy transportation and set-up. The UIE can achieve 20 degrees of lateral tilt in either direction and can be put into trendelenburg and reverse trendelenburg positions.

Mobile C-Arm System

September 12, 2005 2:35 pm | Comments

The ARCADIS Avantic mobile surgery C-arm system is ideally suited to the advanced imaging requirements in trauma and spine surgery, general surgery and urology, orthopedic surgery and pain management, gastroenterology, and vascular surgery. The ARCADIS Avantic has several advanced features including the industry high 20 kW of power, up to 250 mA output, and a 13-inch image intensifier, which results in a generous field of view.

Mobile Surgical Chair

September 12, 2005 2:35 pm | Comments

The Hausted® SurgiChair Mobile Surgical Unit is ideal for ophthalmology, plastic surgery, ENT and outpatient surgery centers. Pre-induction, transport, treatment, and recovery can all occur on the same SurgiChair to streamline patient handling and case turnaround. The low-profile articulating headpiece allows infinite adjustability and precise, microscopic movements of the head section and provides excellent access for both lateral and superior approach procedures.

Keyless Entry Procedure Carts

September 12, 2005 2:35 pm | Innerspace Corp. | Comments

InnerSpace offers a line of full-size procedure carts and cabinets available with an optional electronic keyless entry lock. Built in safeguards discourage unauthorized users from attempting to gain entry by trying a multitude of combinations. The electronic keyless entry lock is available on all products with a rolling tambour door such as vascular, ortho, cysto/urology, ophthalmic, arthroscopy carts and more.

Anesthesia Cart

September 12, 2005 2:35 pm | Comments

The Metro Starsys™ Anesthesia Cart provides a highly organized, easy-to-customize storage and transport solution for anesthesia supplies and equipment. The cart allows supplies to be secured within a single locked drawer or throughout the entire unit. An optional electronic locking system provides keyless entry, auto-locking, and secured access.


Arthroscopic Suture Shuttle

September 12, 2005 2:31 pm | Smith & Nephew, Inc. | Comments

The ELITE PASS™ Premium Arthroscopic Suture Shuttle offers shoulder surgeons a flexible, single-handed method of passing suture through tissue without the need for additional instruments during rotator cuff repair surgery. Older stitching methods require two pathways to the treatment site, and an array of suture-passing instruments.

Laparoscopic Doppler Systems

September 12, 2005 2:31 pm | Vascular Technology | Comments

The VTI Laparoscopic Doppler System is a blood flow detector that compensates for the loss of tactile sensation during laparoscopic procedures by eliminating misunderstandings related to surrounding vascular anatomy. The system's sterile probes fit through standard 5-mm ports, making it easy to use with no special training required.

Surgical Wound Treatment Products

September 12, 2005 2:29 pm | Axiom Medical, Inc. | Comments

Axiom Medical is launching two minimally invasive surgical wound treatment products. The MinEvac™ is a disposable surgical drain system created specifically for small, delicate closed-wound suction applications, including skin-flap procedures. It uses gentle suction to evacuate fluids and keep the skin flap down.

OR Sterilizer

September 12, 2005 2:29 pm | Meddetect, Inc. | Comments

The OR Rapid Heat Transfer Sterilizer is a dry heat sterilizer designed to provide quick and efficient reprocessing of instruments in the Surgical Services Department, achieving FDA approved sterilized processing (12 Log kill) for unwrapped instruments in 6 minutes and wrapped instruments in 12 minutes.

Head Mounted Display Unit

September 12, 2005 2:29 pm | Depuy Orthopaedics, Inc. | Comments

This hands-free, head mounted display is the first in a series of complements to the company’s Ci System, a computer navigation system for total knee replacement (TKR). The head mounted display, which resembles eyewear, will provide surgeons convenient access to critical navigation data in their field of view as well as on a computer screen while performing TKR procedures with the Ci System.

Speculum Set

August 22, 2005 9:39 am | Spectrum Surgical Instruments Corp. | Comments

Comprised of re-usable, stainless steel vaginal speculums, this convenient and affordable set comes complete with 5 sizes. The set contains one each of a small, medium and large Graves vaginal speculum. Also included is an extra-large (1.5-inche by 6.0-inch) Graves designed especially for obese patients and the virgin speculum measuring a slight 0.

Post-Rhinoplasty Splint

August 22, 2005 9:39 am | Comments

The Jiffy™ Splint comes packaged in a clear pack with a colored sheath for easy removal. Once 13 cc of water is injected into the packet, it is inserted into the slot at the top of the Jiffy Heater. The splint is ready in three minutes, but may stay in heater for hours without consequence and still be ready at the exact moment the doctor needs it.


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