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Heart Model

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Simulab Corporation | Comments

Realistic soft tissue heart model, which is the accurate size and weight of a human heart. The tissue can be sutured and is complete with chambers for fluid flow.

Folding Mirror Trainer

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Simulab Corporation | Comments

A two-dimensional laparoscopic trainer that utilizes Simulab’s patented reflective imaging technology. The unit is collapsible for easy storage. Includes replaceable tissue suture pad.

Orthopedic Demonstration Model

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Simulab Corporation | Comments

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


Complex Tissue Model

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Simulab Corporation | Comments

Hernia Model

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Simulab Corporation | Comments

Anatomically correct model is designed for ventral, direct and indirect mesh placement. Trainer has realistic skin, defects, vessels, testicles and cord structures with lifelike synthetic internal tissues.

Breast Model

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Simulab Corporation | Comments

Designed for realistic response during palpation, ultrasound and gamma radiation detection. Multi-depth channels in underside of model provide numerous locations for phantom placement.

Headlight Mounted Display System

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Integra Surgical | Comments

[Place Image sp54LX1a.tif here] The MicroOptical Critical Data Viewer is a head-up display that attaches to a Luxtec headlight allowing the surgeon to view vital signs, MRIs, and other monitor displays without lifting his/her head from the surgical site. It also provides visual confirmation of the Luxtec DLX camera.

Lone Star Medical Products, Inc.

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Lone Star Medical Products, Inc. | Comments

The Lone Star Retractor System™ makes surgery simpler. The System consists of two parts, Elastic Stays which engage tissue and Retractor Rings to which the Stays are anchored. Used together, the two components provide maximum exposure at the operative site while freeing up OR personnel to perform other valuable tasks.


New Platinum Series Suction Regulators feature The Infection Control Advantage!™

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Boehringer Laboratories Inc. | Comments

Boehringer Laboratories is committed to improving healthcare by designing suction controls with features that aid infection control strategies. The Platinum Series Suction Regulators have distinct advantages to assist the effort to drive down the incidence of hospital-acquired infections. Only Boehringer products offer: Unlimited Disinfection and Sterilization Options Thanks to the all-metal materials of construction, unlike plastic products, these devices are not vulnerable to cracking, discoloration and degradation.

G2 Bariatric Table Pad Set

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Action Products, Inc. | Comments

NEW for the obese or bariatric patient! At 30” wide and less than 3.5” thick, this low profile Akton® polymer topped high-density viscofoam composite pad provides shear and pressure reduction up to 500 lbs. Tested clinically and rated “quite effective” or better by 100% of doctors and nurses who trialed it, the very low –profile design allows greater surgeon access plus patient stability.

G2 Wide Armboard Pad & Footboard Pad

October 11, 2006 7:59 am | Action Products, Inc. | Comments

Armboard Pad: Designed to accommodate the G2 Bariatric Table Pad, these replacement pads combine an Akton® polymer surface atop a viscofoam base to improve shear protection and pressure reduction for the obese patient. They are easy to clean, handle and maintain and have sealed seams to improve fluid resistance.

Out of CAOS Comes Order

October 11, 2006 7:40 am | Comments

The need for accuracy in surgical procedures is fundamental. The precision with which a surgeon plies his trade has direct and critical ramifications in the quality of life—even the continuance of life—of the patient in each case he performs. This is especially true in the field of orthopedics. For orthopedic surgeons engaged in reconstructive surgeries from bone setting to joint replacement, a misalignment measuring the smallest fraction of an inch can mean the difference between a patient painlessly walking again and being relegated to a wheelchair.

Instrument Repair Service

October 11, 2006 7:11 am | Olympus America, Inc. | Comments

As a manufacturer of precision surgical instruments, Olympus is dedicated to helping customers care for their instruments to extend their useful life. This includes offering a wide range of repairs from minor adjustments to complete refurbishments where the scope is disassembled to the component level and rebuilt to original manufacturing specifications.

Instrument Loss Control System

October 11, 2006 7:11 am | Meddetect, Inc. | Comments

The MD-2000 Instrument Detection System is designed for the efficient detection and cost-effective retrieval of surgical instruments from waste and soiled linen bags. A proprietary electro-magnetic technology detects instruments by scanning bags that are passed between two parallel detection panels.

Instrument Repair Services

October 11, 2006 7:11 am | Mobile Instrument Service | Comments

Mobile Instrument Service & Repair, Inc. is able to repair, refurbish, sharpen and perform preventive maintenance on all manufacturers’ stainless steel and minimally invasive surgical instruments, both onsite and at its national repair center. The company also repairs sterilization containers, rigid scopes, flexible scopes, power equipment, video equipment and diamond knives.


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