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Hypo-Hyperthermia System

January 12, 2007 9:53 am | Cincinnati Sub-Zero | Comments

The Blanketrol® III hypo-hyperthermia system features a programmable and pre-set variable gradient temperature selection in both the cooling and heating mode to allow for rapid or gradual patient temperature management control and helps to address temperature overshoot. The patent-pending SMART feature included with the gradient setting offers the ability to have the BIII adjust the gradient temperature settings by five degrees C should the clinician not reach the desired patient temperature within 30 minutes.

Heated Air Warming System

January 12, 2007 9:53 am | Smiths Medical North America-Patient Monitoring | Comments

The EQUATOR® Convective Warming System provides Controlled Convective Warming™ in a compact design. The patented temperature control system ensures the desired therapy setting, while the high air flow distributes the heat across the blanket. Snuggle Warm® Convective Warming Blankets are soft, flexible and durable, and cover a variety of clinical applications including partial and full body warming for all applications.

Support for Wall Mounted Toilets

January 12, 2007 9:52 am | Atlas Technologies, Llc | Comments

The “Titan” support is engineered to increase the weight capacity of wall mounted toilets from 350 pounds to over 1000 pounds, allowing bariatric surgical facilities to protect clients from accidents and the facilities from costly repair. The “Titan” works in conjunction with existing wall mounted toilet systems, letting the system to “flex” as originally designed, yet providing additional support as needed.

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IV Additive Disposable Aids

January 12, 2007 9:52 am | Comments

EPS recently released two filter needles with 18 and 20 gauge needles (1 ½”) for use with multi-dose IV vials and a filter aspirator with a three inch blunt needle for administering and dispensing medication from ampules. These Filter Needles and the Filter Aspirator have 5 micron filters to minimize the potential of particulate being dispensed.

Endotracheal Tube

January 12, 2007 9:52 am | Kimberly-Clark Health Care | Comments

The Kimberly-Clark MICROCUFF Endotracheal Tube is an airway management device designed to reduce the leakage of potentially infectious secretions into the lungs. The tube’s superior sealing capability of the is created by a unique cuff that is made with an advanced micro-thin polyurethane material.

High-Definition Video Recorder

January 12, 2007 9:52 am | Sony Electronics | Comments

The PDW-70MD XDCAM HD is an optical HD recorder designed to capture and store high-definition video of medical procedures in 1440 x 1080i resolution. The device can record and store up to two hours on a 23 GB PFD-23 XDCAM® disc, which is sealed to help prevent scratches and preserve data with minimal degradation for more than 50 years.

Bendable IV Arm Board

January 12, 2007 9:52 am | Dale Medical Products, Inc. | Comments

The Dale® Bendable ArmBoard for stabilizing and securing IV and arterial lines can be bent and re-shaped many times and has a soft, padded cover for comfortably holding a patent’s wrist in any desired position. Featuring two soft elasticized straps that attach using Velcro®, this all-in-one system eliminates taping and allows easy access to the radial artery.

Mobile X-Ray System

January 12, 2007 9:52 am | Comments

The MOBILETT XP CR mobile X-ray unit features an integrated computed radiography (CR) reader. The unit was designed to meet the complicated challenges facing today’s healthcare providers and to help facilities optimize workflow by enabling bedside imaging. The integrated monitor provides high quality image display for first image review and image archiving right at the patient’s bedside.

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Vented Spikes

January 12, 2007 9:51 am | Qosina | Comments

These vented spikes offer bacteria-proof ventilation, hydrophobic filters and a female luer locks. The latex-free, PVC-free spikes are engineered for ergonomic fluid transfer with a low piercing force and priming volume. All spikes have MABS housing, PTFE membranes and polypropylene caps. These 2-1/2 inch long capped spikes are available with color coded green, blue or red protective safety snap caps that open and close with one hand.

Ophthalmic Nucleus Cracker

January 12, 2007 9:51 am | Katena Products, Inc. | Comments

The Ernest Micro Nucleus Cracker forceps (K5-7242) was designed for surgeons who utilize a nucleus cracking technique through a micro incision. It is identical to the original Ernest Nucleus Cracker with a modified cross-action mechanism. This modification allows the surgeon to crack the nucleus through a 2.

Cold Packs

January 12, 2007 9:51 am | Precept Medical Products, Inc. | Comments

These cold packs are durably constructed of three layers: a soft outer, an absorbent middle and an impervious inner plastic bladder. The absorbent layer lessens the patient’s exposure to perspiration from the bladder as the ice melts. The secure plastic clip is completely enclosed within the ice bag, and is securely attached to the bag by a plastic sleeve or “clip-slip.

Wrist Splints

January 12, 2007 9:51 am | Sroufe Healthcare Products, Llc | Comments

Black Perf Wrist Splints for injured or weak wrists are available in 8- and 10-inch lengths. These wrist splints feature a slip on design for easy application and a malleable metal palmar stay for extra support. The splints do not extend past the palmar crease, which allows for a full range of finger motion.

Orhtopedic Demonstration Model

January 12, 2007 9:51 am | Simulab Corporation | Comments

Booth # 4237 • Simulab has earned its reputation as the industry leader in custom solutions for medical education, product demonstration, and patient orientation. The company has designed, engineered and manufactured an extensive line of products and solutions by leveraging our complete inventory of bone models and its unique knowledge of materials.

Positioners

January 12, 2007 9:51 am | Innovative Medical Products, Inc. | Comments

Booth # 3427 • The Dee Mayo Knee Positioner reduces surgeon fatigue and assists in the stabilization of a patient’s leg during surgery. The positioner’s single locking lever allows for precise control of flexion/extension, tilt, and rotation. The same lever releases the boot for testing of ligamentous stability and range of motion.

Sharps Safety: Avoiding a Stick-y Situation

December 18, 2006 11:03 am | Comments

When one considers the broad range of procedures and treatment techniques in the surgical and healthcare field that require sharp instruments, it seems inevitable that injuries are bound to occur to the hospital staff handling these items. A study reported by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) estimates the number of sharps and needlestick injuries to range from 600,000 to 800,000 annually.

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