SpO2 sensors: finger, nasal alar

Radiation protection shields

Medical radiation protection shields, typically made of lead, minimize exposure to ionizing radiation during X-rays, CT scans, and other medical procedures. Positioned between patients and healthcare providers, they absorb or block harmful radiation, reducing the risk of health problems for both parties.

  • Radiation Protection: Shields medical personnel and patients from harmful ionizing radiation.
  • Risk Reduction: Minimizes the chance of radiation-induced health issues.
  • Safety Assurance: Provides a safer working environment during radiological procedures.
  • Compliance: Ensures adherence to radiation safety standards and regulations.
  • Peace of Mind: Offers reassurance to both healthcare providers and patients undergoing radiological exams.

Vascular sheath extenders

A vascular sheath extender is a medical device used in interventional procedures to lengthen vascular sheaths, aiding in catheter insertion into blood vessels. It enhances procedural flexibility by providing easier access to deeper vessels or anatomical locations.

  • Enhanced Reach: Allows for easier access to deeper blood vessels.
  • Improved Flexibility: Enhances maneuverability during interventional procedures.
  • Minimizes Trauma: Reduces the risk of vessel injury during catheter insertion.
  • Facilitates Procedures: Streamlines the process of navigating complex vascular anatomy.
  • Optimizes Success: Increases the likelihood of successful catheterization and treatment outcomes.
Non-invasive cardiovascular testing

Chest tubes

Chest tubes are inserted into the pleural cavity to remove air, blood, or fluid, aiding in the treatment of conditions like collapsed lungs or pleural effusion. They alleviate pressure, restore normal lung function, and are essential in managing various thoracic conditions in hospital settings.

  • Fluid and Air Drainage: Removes excess fluid or air from the pleural cavity.
  • Treatment Support: Assists in managing conditions such as collapsed lungs or pleural effusion.
  • Pressure Alleviation: Relieves pressure on the lungs, facilitating normal respiratory function.
  • Thoracic Condition Management: Essential tool in treating various thoracic conditions in hospital settings.
  • Critical Care: Plays a crucial role in stabilizing patients with thoracic trauma or respiratory distress.

Rigid stylets

Rigid stylets are firm, thin, rod-like medical instruments used to provide support and shape during the insertion of flexible medical devices, such as endotracheal tubes or catheters, into the body. They help guide and position these devices accurately, ensuring they reach the intended location within the body.

  • Enhanced Precision: Guides medical devices accurately.
  • Improved Safety: Reduces risk of misplacement.
  • Ease of Insertion: Facilitates smoother device placement.
  • Support and Stability: Provides structure to flexible tools.
  • Time Efficiency: Speeds up procedural workflows.
Blood pressure cuffs

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