The CereTom OTOscan is an in-office CT scanner optimized for Otolaryngology that bridges the gap between flat panel dental scanners commonly used in ENT offices and more expensive fixed CT scanners found in hospitals and imaging centers. Offering compact size, low dose, low scatter and comprehensive functionality, this CT scanner provides high quality images of both bone and soft tissue at an affordable price.
The VERTIGRAFT® VG2® TLIF Allograft is a new bone product designed to facilitate graft insertion and bone growth during transforaminal lumbar spinal fusion (TLIF) surgery. Developed in partnership with LifeNet®, the machined allograft is comprised of both cortical bone, which provides strength, and cancellous bone, which can promote osteoconductivity.
Geratherm active warming systems are used for the prevention and treatment of hypothermia during patient transport or in the Perioperative setting. Five carbon fiber warming panels distribute radiant heat in a full size blanket or 2/3 sized blanket. The edges are heat sealed providing protection from bodily fluids and facilitates cleaning and disinfecting.
The portable Sonoplus 3000-DS three lead ECG monitor is a pocket-sized device that provides the clinician with the ability to listen to heart sounds and see real-time cardiac tracings at the same time. The ECG tracings can be stored to memory for later recall or downloaded to a PC. The monitor can be detached from the stethoscope tubing allowing the clinician to have immediate access to the ECG monitor.
Booth # 1645 CompView Medical has announced a partnership with General Electric OEC Medical Systems (GE OEC), whereby GE OEC will be a distributor of the CompView Medical NuBOOM video integration and equipment management system. NuBOOM is an all-in-one equipment management and video visualization system that delivers four fully adjustable high definition (HD) monitors around the operating room table.
Booth # 2300 The Encore® HydraSoft® latex surgical glove is powder-free and utilizes a hand-friendly coating that moisturizes the skin.
The 24-inch MDSC-2124 wide-screen surgical display features a wide-screen (16:10) LCD panel and full HD resolution (1920 x 1200). Thanks to this bright, high-resolution LCD panel, surgeons performing a surgical procedure using high-definition Endoscopy cameras are presented with stunning panoramic views and improved depth perception.
Booth # 840 The Carter Thomason (CT) CloseSure® System, for fast, effective, full thickness closure of Laparoscopic port sites. Prevent port site herniation. This easy to learn technique can be done on 90 seconds or less. The CT Closure System is a fast, safe and cost effective way to prevent port site herniation.
Booth # 1700 EDGE (Electronic Data Generation Equivalent) is a high fidelity laparoscopic training tool that can measure time, path and force used to complete actual laparoscopic tasks. EDGE then compares and scores the results against a pool of experts and makes recommendations of ways for the user to improve performance.
Booth # 2319 The EVIS EXERA II is the only high-definition universal imaging platform designed specifically for application across medical and surgical endoscopy. The flexibility of this system allows for a common platform to be used for endoscopic observation and minimally invasive surgery in the OR.
Booth # 809 E-Z Clean Electrosurgical Tips provide surgeons with a consistent, clean cut at lower power settings to provide a lower risk of thermal necrosis, so healing is enhanced. When eschar builds up the tip is easily wiped clean, with no scraping needed, saving surgeons precious time.
Booth # 202 The 3-Dmed trainer is a complete system that includes a built-in monitor, a simulated scope and a lit work area. It does not require a computer or external monitor to provide a "real time" learning experience. The torso sized work area can accommodate man-made practice materials or animal tissue.
Booth #740 New generation VersaLight® features improved suction, a new cable management system, and uniform, cool, shadowless light. Extra relief holes increase suction effectiveness and allow surgeons to wipe tissue dry while preventing tissue grab. More uniform spot light improves visualization in deep cavity surgery.
The new Identify-A-Bowl OR and Procedure Basin was designed to help quickly identify solutions in the sterile fields of ORs, avoiding tragic or catastrophic mix-ups. The Identify-A-Bowl basin has a wide horizontal flange, providing a large labeling area easily seen by practitioners. The bowl has a 150-ml capacity, yet occupies minimal space on procedure trays or in sterile fields.
High definition technology and HDTV is increasingly finding its way into operating rooms around the world. Is this the next revolution in minimally invasive surgery? High definition. HDTV. Aspect ratio. High resolution. These terms have become increasingly prevalent in the past few years, especially in regards to Cable and Dish television programming and home entertainment systems.