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Point-Of-Care Cart

March 20, 2007 12:29 pm | Anthro Corporation | Comments

This compact POC (Point-of-Care) Cart makes it easy to take even large monitors with into the OR or anywhere information needs to be shared. It has a wide variety of monitor mounts to choose from for flat panels and dual monitors. These mounts swivel so that the monitors can be oriented to the best position for the user.

Procedure & Supply Carts

March 20, 2007 12:29 pm | Herman Miller For Healthcare | Comments

These procedure and supply carts are mobile workstations that give healthcare professionals fast, secure and efficient access to equipment and supplies. The carts come in a variety of designs that are easy to clean and manage. Their components are modular, lightweight and interchangeable to ensure the carts meet the specific needs for specialty procedures throughout a facility, from clinical applications to linen storage and transport.

Minor Surgery Light

March 20, 2007 12:29 pm | Waldmann Lighting | Comments

The ISIS™ minor surgery light produces the intensity (45,000 lux at 1 meter) of an OR luminaire in a compact, elegant design. This light can be effectively used for safe and efficient illumination of diagnostic exams and minor surgical applications. It is ideal for a variety of clinical environments including surgery centers.

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Bone Cement Tools

March 20, 2007 12:29 pm | Whitney Products, Inc. | Comments

Whitney Curettes and Sculps tools allow the surgeon to remove excess cement quickly during total hip and knee replacement surgeries with fingertip precision. They are made from a plastic material that is softer than the polished metal surface of the prosthesis, making them less likely to scratch or mar the prosthesis than a metal tool.

Microbial Barrier Sealant

March 20, 2007 12:29 pm | Kimberly-Clark Health Care | Comments

InteguSeal™ Microbial Sealant is a microbial barrier designed to reduce the risk of skin flora contamination throughout a surgical procedure. The sealant uses a proprietary formulation to seal and immobilize pathogens to help protect against migration into an incision. It has a unique mechanism of action that does not promote bacterial resistance and does not need to be removed for suture or closure.

Preoperative Skin Prep Cloth

March 20, 2007 12:29 pm | Sage Products Inc | Comments

Sage Products has introduced an FDA-approved, alcohol-free chlorhexidine gluconate (CHG) formula in an applicator cloth to help protect against surgical site infections (SSIs). The new two-percent CHG cloths have been shown to reduce microorganisms on the skin, including MRSA, VRE and other antibiotic-resistant organisms.

Flexible Surgical Stapling Device

March 20, 2007 12:29 pm | Power Medical Interventions Inc | Comments

The Natural Orifice Linear Cutter (NOLC) enables surgeons to perform procedures through the gastrointestinal tract (GI) without cutting or puncturing the skin of the abdominal wall. This has the potential to advance laparoscopic surgery, as well as the emerging Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES) field.

Making Ends Meet

February 15, 2007 7:35 am | Comments

Among the most basic and important skills a surgeon has is the ability to close a wound, whether it be caused by accident or during surgery. This has been the case since the dawn of surgery as a profession. Once the work has been done and the patient treated, the closure of the surgical site can be almost as critical to the patient’s outcome as the success of the surgery itself.

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Positioning Systems

February 15, 2007 7:20 am | Allen Medical Systems | Comments

Booth # 3355 • Allen Medical has developed and extensive line of technologically advanced surgical positioning accessories to improve patient outcomes and caregiver safety, while enhancing our customers efficiency. The products include spine, leg, arm and wrist positioning systems for spinal, urological, gynecological and orthopedic procedures performed using open or laparoscopic/arthroscopic techniques.

Suture Racks

February 15, 2007 7:20 am | Scan Modul Systems Inc. | Comments

Booth # 2776 • ScanMo racks are a flexible racking system designed for both angled and horizontal placement of its baskets. Baskets and trays (storage modules) are placed at an angle so that sutures can be used in a gravity feed manner. Products are clearly visible, neat and organized. Storage modules are designed around the European Standard of 40x60 cm.

Radiolucent Armboard

February 15, 2007 7:20 am | White Star Medical, Inc. | Comments

Booth # 2469 • This radiolucent armboard with secure positive locking rail mounting system features a built-in mounting mechanism allows for easy vertical up and down movement, adjusting the armboard to level of O.R. Table surface without changing the pad. The armboard provides easy 180-degree rotation when mounted on either side of O.

Fluid & Blanket Warming Cabinet

February 15, 2007 7:20 am | Enthermics Medical Systems | Comments

Booth # 2417 • The EC1730bl is a dual-chambered warming cabinet with independent touch keypad controls. The upper fluid compartment holds up to 30 liters and can be set to warm either irrigation or injection fluids. Temperature range for injection fluids is 95 to 110 degrees F, while the range for irrigation fluid is 95 to 150 degrees F.

Wireless Footswitches

February 15, 2007 7:20 am | LINEMASTER Switch Corp. | Comments

Booth # 2869 • Linemaster’s new Infrared Wireless Footswitch eliminates the nuisance of wires, while invisible infrared light waves emit 360 degrees of signal.

Deep Tissue Retraction Stays

February 15, 2007 7:20 am | Lone Star Medical Products, Inc. | Comments

Booth # 1411 • The TAB-Stay™, a Tension-Adjustable-Blade Stay, when used with the Lone Star Retractor Ring, provides exposure similar to that obtained by a hand-held retractor but with self-retaining technology and convenience. It is suitable for surgery cases requiring deeper tissue retraction such as hernia repair, head/neck procedures and certain urological surgeries.

Bean Bag Positioners

February 15, 2007 7:20 am | David Scott Company | Comments

Booth # 2264 • Blue Diamond™ BeanBag/Vacuum Pac Positioners are very easy to use. Simply attach the suction line and it quickly molds to the patient, disconnect the line and it will retain its molded shape. After surgery, a simple push the release button returns the BeanBag will to its original shape.

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