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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.

Ventilation & Oxygenation Monitor

October 11, 2006 7:11 am | Radiometer America | Comments

The TCM40 transcutaneous monitor provides continuous and non-invasive monitoring of oxygen and carbon dioxide levels, as well as oxygen saturation levels. This advanced capability makes the monitor ideal for neonatal, sleep units, and adult critical care. With its built –in automatic calibration module, the TCM40 is ready to use whenever a critically ill patient is brought into the ward.

Pulse Oximetry Sensors

October 11, 2006 7:11 am | Pepper Medical, Inc. | Comments

The FDA-approved AvalonAire disposable Pulse Oximetry sensors offer a cost effective alternative to currently used probes. Note the attached brochure for photos and cross reference information. These sensors are compatibility with 7 different manufacturers, and will plug directly into the user’s existing monitors.

One-Piece Blood Pressure Cuffs

October 11, 2006 7:11 am | Welch Allyn | Comments

Welch Allyn One-piece Blood Pressure Cuffs provide durability and ease-of-use. Specially engineered to eliminate the need to ever remove, clean, or replace a bladder, these cuffs are both safe and affordable. The full line of latex-free soft and vinyl disposable cuffs are manufactured using a fully automated process, ensuring a consistent high quality product.

Fluid Collection Pouch

October 11, 2006 7:10 am | Microtek Medical, Inc. | Comments

With an innovative inflatable rim the PerfectPouch™ optimizes fluid collection while improving access to the patient during procedures. The inflatable rim flexes, allowing physician and staff to move in and around the surgical site with ease. With each movement, the inflated rim adjusts and rebounds to constantly maintain the ideal protective rim for the fluid collection pouch.


Liquid Waste Disposal System

October 11, 2006 7:10 am | Bemis Health Care | Comments

The Quick-Drain™ Systems provide safe and cost-effective disposal of liquid infectious waste. Two separate systems utilize both Bemis Hi-Flow Rigid Suction Canisters and Bemis Quick-Fit™ Suction Liners. These systems quickly drain infectious waste into the sanitary sewer at a rate of 500cc per second, saving staff time.

Digital Operating Control System

October 11, 2006 7:09 am | Compview Medical | Comments

CompView Medical’s Digital Operating Control System (DOCS)® is a suite of state-of-the-art integrated audio, video, communication and control systems designed specifically for the surgical environment that provides surgeons, nurses and staff with optimum audio-visual control and communication capability.

Electrosurgical Insulation Testing Device

October 11, 2006 7:09 am | Medline Industries, Inc. | Comments

InsulScan is an FDA-approved device designed for testing the insulation on electrosurgical instruments. Used in the OR, it takes only seconds to test each instrument prior to and after surgery. InsulScan detects even the smallest full thickness insulation breaks on 5-mm and 10-mm Laproscopic and Endoscopic instruments, virtually eliminating accidental burns due to faulty insulation, saving costs and reducing the possibility of patient injury.

Electrosurgical Generator for GI Surgery

October 11, 2006 7:09 am | Bovie Medical Corp. | Comments

Designed with input from GI clinicians, the ICON GI™ electrosurgical generator for gastroenterological procedures offers many features including intuitive touch-screen interface, physician preference database and common sense messaging. It has a digital platform and all the connectors necessary to integrate it into the GI suites of the future.

Low-Voltage Tissue Treatment System

October 11, 2006 7:09 am | Gyrus Acmi | Comments

The PK™ Technology platform allows surgeons to perform a wide range of tissue treatment procedures with maximum precision and safety. The system provides low-voltage RF energy to resect rapidly at low temperatures and with minimal thermal spread, virtually eliminating charring. It also combines the safety of saline with “seal-as-you-cut” tissue resection and vaporization for treatment of BPH and bladder tumors.

Bariatric Instruments

October 11, 2006 7:09 am | Spectrum Surgical Instruments Corp. | Comments

Spectrum Surgical has introduced a full line of bariatric instruments. These instruments are available in many patterns with lengths of up to 18 inches for improved reach in bariatric patients. Instruments include Tungsten Carbide needleholders, scissors, suction tubes and more. They are made in Germany using the finest German stainless steel and backed by Spectrum’s lifetime guarantee.

Bariatric Surgery Drapes

October 11, 2006 7:09 am | Comments

The Convertors® Bariatric Surgical Drape is specifically designed to meet the needs of the two most common bariatric surgeries: Roux-en-Y Gastric By-Pass and Laparoscopic Adjustable Gastric Banding. This surgical drape has been engineered with the support of a leading bariatric surgeon and is designed to accommodate the unique demands of these surgical procedures.


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