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Bariatric Instrument Trays

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Healthmark Industries Company, Inc. | Comments

Three Bariatric ProTech™ Trays have been introduced to secure and protect bariatric instruments during sterilization, storage and transportation. The unique two level design of the bariatric laparoscopic model enables it to hold twice the number of instruments in the same amount of space. These trays are manufactured of anodized aluminum that is lightweight but incredibly strong and is compatible with multiple forms of sterilization.

Accessory Clamp

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Allen Medical Systems | Comments

The Easy Lock™ Socket eliminates many problems associated with attaching accessory clamps to surgical tables because it can be attached anywhere along the rail, even if the rail end or notches are not accessible. The Easy Lock Socket attaches by simply placing the clamp edge over the top of the side rail and pivoting downward to engage the spring-loaded trigger lock.

Surgical & Imaging Table

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Skytron | Comments

The EZ Slide 3501B top slide surgical table provides 21-inch top slide with the precision positioning of an imaging table, significantly reducing patient set-up times, the need to reverse patients and/or use of time consuming special positioning devices. The table provides excellent imaging flexibility and an impressively versatile range of full body imaging and articulation functions for general purpose and specialty surgical procedures, including powerful 700-pound lift and 600-pound articulation capacity.


General Surgical Table

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Comments

The Cmax™ General Surgical Table has unique, highly advanced features that enhance its safety, clinical versatility, efficiency, reliability and ease of use. An 18-inch powered longitudinal slide provides full-body C-arm access without having to reverse patient orientation on the table. With up to an 1100-pound (500kg) patient weight capacity, the Cmax table can accommodate bariatric patients.

Surgical Table

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | TRUMPF | Comments

The fully articulating MARS Surgical Table offers a patient weight capacity of 790 pounds and maintains stability at full capacity even at extreme positioning angles. The 9.8 inches of longitudinal slide, head-to-toe X–Ray channel, 100 percent C-arm access and TRUMPF’s full line of modular carbon fiber components provide superior intra-operative imaging capabilities.

Leg Positioner

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Allen Medical Systems | Comments

The Siegel MAST Intraoperative Leg Positioner enables the OR staff to be more productive. Eliminating the need for a second assistants to hold the leg during knee procedures, it allows surgeons and staff to focus on the patient instead of leg positioning. The positioner allows the surgeon to place the leg in any position required during knee surgery and have it automatically lock in place.

Endoscopic Suturing Systems

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Comments

The 5-mm disposable Quik-Stitch Endoscopic Suturing System features a combination applicator and self-righting needle driver ergonomically designed for ease of surgeon use. Utilizing the same proven and innovative pre-tied suture spool reloads as the reusable Quik-Stitch, this new device allows the surgeon to rapidly achieve laparoscopic interrupted suturing in a wide variety of advanced and basic procedures.

Mayo-Type Instrument Table

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Graham-Field Health Products | Comments

The Grafco® Mayo-Type Instrument Table (product # GF1843) is topped with a 12.5-inch by 19-inch stainless steel tray. The instrument table’s height can be adjusted between 31 inches and 50 inches to meet the individual needs of the surgeon and OR staff. The chrome-plated steel base is equipped with casters for easy maneuverability.


Instrument Marking Tape Organizer

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Spectrum Surgical Instruments Corp. | Comments

The sturdy, well-designed Instrument Tape Carousel holds up to 12 rolls of surgical instrument marking tape. In addition, it features a reservoir to hold instrument tip protectors, allowing those processing instruments a convenient method to tape and protect instruments. The Instrument Tape Carousel is made from a medical-grade polymer and rotates to provide easy access to all tape colors.

Surgical Instrument Detection System

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Meddetect, Inc. | Comments

The newly designed MD-2000 Electro-Magnetic Surgical Instrument Detection System can pinpoint and detect surgical instruments lost in soiled linen and waste bags. Bags are scanned manually or with an EZ-Glide Bag Scanner between two parallel detection panels. An audible and visual alarm signals a detection.

Instrument Tracking & Management Solutions

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Olympus America, Inc. | Comments

Olympus has developed a 24/7-service portal to provide flexible solutions and to tracking individual surgical instruments and devices. The newly released repair and service tool allows customers to electronically submit service orders and track instruments in real time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Anti-Fog Kit

May 14, 2007 6:46 am | Preservation Solutions, Inc. | Comments

Used at the beginning of a scope procedure, ClearIt™ Anti-Fog saves time and eliminates fogging problems later on. One quick wipe of the lens, buff dry, and a clear image is assured. Available in Kit or Cloth, both products are sterile, convenient and reasonably priced. ClearIt is ideal for various scope or lens applications in hospitals, clinics or anywhere that condensation may be troublesome.

Laparoscopic Port Site Closure System

May 14, 2007 6:46 am | CooperSurgical, Inc. | Comments

The Carter-Thomason (CT) CloseSure™ wound closure system allows surgeons to attain full thickness closure of laparoscopic port sites quickly and easily. This dramatically reduces the opportunity for complications associated with port site herniation. Two different sizes are specifically designed to accommodate normal size and obese patients.

Laparoscopic Suturing Training Model

May 14, 2007 6:46 am | Simulab Corporation | Comments

The Laparoscopic Cholecystenterostomy Model is a synthetic soft tissue model with anatomically correct landmarks that allows surgeons to practice laparoscopic suturing techniques. Training procedures are completed on replaceable tissues including gallbladder, cystic duct, hepatic duct, common bile duct, duodenum, and gall stones.

Fluid Waste Management System

May 14, 2007 6:46 am | MD Technologies, Inc. | Comments

Environ-mate™ DM6000 Series Suction-Drain™ Systems offer low-cost, practical solutions to fluid waste management concerns. The compact, wall-mounted units collect fluid directly from the suction field and dispose of it directly into the sanitary sewer. The healthcare staff is isolated from exposure to suctioned fluids, and cost is minimized due to reduced requirements for disposable supplies.


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