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Recording System for Surgical Microscopes

April 25, 2007 6:41 am | Leica Microsystems, Inc | Comments

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.

Image Management System

April 25, 2007 6:41 am | Smith & Nephew, Inc. | Comments

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.

Image Capture System

April 25, 2007 6:41 am | Medicapture | Comments

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.

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Neurovascular Fluorescence Device

April 25, 2007 6:40 am | Leica Microsystems, Inc | Comments

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.

Wireless Linear Foot Switch

April 25, 2007 6:40 am | LINEMASTER Switch Corp. | Comments

Linemaster has introduced a new Wireless linear infrared foot switch in single, twin or triple pedal variations. The linear wireless technology provides superior linear (variable speed) control of a variety of applications without the nuisance of wires under foot. Infrared light waves fill the room with 360 degrees of omni-directional signal, making actuation simple and reliable.

Cross Connector System for Spinal Fusion Surgery

April 25, 2007 6:40 am | Depuy Spine, Inc. | Comments

The EXPEDIUM™ SFX™ Cross Connector System, the latest enhancement to the EXPEDIUM Spine System, is designed to make cross connector implantation quicker, easier and more secure at the completion of spinal fusion surgery. This cross connector system offers a unique “snap-fit” feature that provides surgeons audible and tactile feedback that confirms the connector is securely attached to the rod.

Point-Of-Care Work Stations

April 25, 2007 6:40 am | Proximity Systems, Inc | Comments

Each Proximity WorkStation can combine the benefits of a computer desk, a secure medication distribution point and a medical device carrier into a single, stationary and strategically placed unit. They put computer technology, information, medical devices, medication and supplies directly at the point of care.

Surgical Blades & Scalpels

April 25, 2007 6:40 am | Personna American Safety Razor Co. | Comments

Personna Plus® surgical blades feature the proprietary MicroCoated® cutting edge, which is designed to glide with smooth, clean precision. These blades have less tissue drag providing a smoother cut. The blades are available on Personna Plus Disposable Scalpels, Personna Safety Scalpels and on the Personna Plus Safety Scalpel System.

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Endoscopic Discectomy System

April 25, 2007 6:40 am | Ellman Innovations, Llc | Comments

The Disc-FX™ is a minimally invasive discectomy system with a multi-functional access system for maximum treatment options and enhanced patient outcome. The Disc-FX system includes the patented, navigational Trigger-Flex® Bipolar System used extensively in endoscopic spine surgery. It is an accessory for the patented Surgi-Max® Radiowave energy source that has been clinically proven to provide maximum precision, versatility and safety.

Post-Surgical Breast Separator

April 25, 2007 6:40 am | Cosmetic Garments | Comments

Designed by a plastic surgeon, the T Bra™ breast separator aids in recovery from breast augmentation, breast reconstruction and breast reduction. It features a soft lace trim with the comfort of adjustable Velcro® spandex behind the bra, which expands up to an extra two inches. The bra is hand crafted and constructed of elastic stretch material and is latex free.

Surgical Drapes from Cardinal Health

April 25, 2007 6:40 am | Comments

Cardinal Health offers an impressive surgical drape portfolio that extends across all surgical specialties, including a specialized line of premium orthopedic drapes with enhanced strength properties. The drapes are available with a variety of innovative options including cord control features, fluid control pouches, instrument pouches and reinforcements specific to a variety of surgical procedures.

HD Video Recorder

April 25, 2007 6:40 am | Sony Electronics | Comments

The PDW-70MD XDCAM® HD recorder captures and stores high-definition video of medical procedures in 1440 x 1080i resolution. The device can record and store up to two hours of video and integrates a 3.5-inch color LCD screen that allows users to view thumbnail-sized stills of footage accessible through random access memory.

Sometimes It’s All in the Way You Look at It

March 20, 2007 12:54 pm | Comments

The MDSC-1119 surgical display serves a broad range of applications for visualization in the OR. In a big move for cable television, many channels are going digital with plans to start broadcasting in high definition. Of course, if you are still using the same 12-inch black and white television with the aluminum foil on the antenna that got you through college, you’re really not going to see any difference.

The Critical Cover-Up

March 20, 2007 12:35 pm | Comments

OrthoMax Orthopedic Drapes from Medline Industries are made with DuPont™ Suprel™ medical fabric to withstand rigorous orthopedic surgical procedures. Draping a patient prior to surgery can be as critical a safety step as prepping the surgical site itself.

CVC Training Platform

March 20, 2007 12:31 pm | Simulab Corporation | Comments

Booth # 503 • The CentraLineMan™ training platform for practicing Central Vascular Catheterization (CVC), trains surgeons on subclavian, supraclavicular and internal jugular access. The model also allows users to practice real-time ultrasound guidance during catheter placement. CentraLineMan has all the necessary anatomical landmarks, responds to ultrasound, and has arterial pulse and easily adjustable venous pressure to simulate complications.

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