Pathology - Medical Devices in Finland

Medical Equipment Categories
Sharps Disposal Unit (3)
Sharps Disposal Unit
Puncture-resistant container used to dispose sharp objects used in medical treatment and procedures.
Oximeter (2)
Oximeter
A laboratory instrument used to simultaneously determine oxygenation of hemoglobin forms.
Basic Labware (2)
Basic Labware
All the glassware and other equipment used in many different types of laboratory, but excluding specialist equipment such as spectrometers
Photometer (2)
Photometer
An instrument for measuring light intensity or optical properties of solutions or surfaces.
Urine Densitometer (2)
Urine Densitometer
Dedicated laboratory liquid densitometer used to calculate the specific gravity of urine samples.
Exam Light (1)
Exam Light
A high power lamp intended for illuminating the examined area. Sometimes used for various small operations and other medical purposes.
Tissue Homogenizer (1)
Tissue Homogenizer
A device used to smash a tissue and to turn it to small particles which can be examined or processed for examination.
Tissue Flotation Bath (1)
Tissue Flotation Bath
Temperature-controlled water bath used in conjunction with a microtome.
Culture Media Preparator (1)
Culture Media Preparator
A solution used in the preparation of high-quality broth and agar media.
Cryostat Microtome (1)
Cryostat Microtome
Microtome held in a temperature-controlled stainless steel cabinet called a cryostat.
Rotary Histotome (1)
Rotary Histotome
Microtome that cuts tissue specimens for microscopic analysis.
Sliding Microtome (1)
Sliding Microtome
A microtome in which the object to be cut is fixed and the knife is carried obliquely across it
Tissue Embedding System (1)
Tissue Embedding System
System used for placing cells or tissue in a supporting medium so that thin sections can be cut using a microtome. 
Microscope Slide Warmer (1)
Microscope Slide Warmer
Warming unit that heats slides and paraffin specimens.
Urine Refractometer (1)
Urine Refractometer
Dedicated laboratory refractometer that typically directly indicates the refractive index, the specific gravity, and the serum or plasma protein in the urine sample.
Operating Room Casework (1)
Operating Room Casework
Casework used in surgical or special procedures rooms.
Dissecting Board (1)
Dissecting Board
Board on which human body parts are dissected.
Dissecting Forceps (1)
Dissecting Forceps
Small forceps with scissorlike handles, used to hold, manage and exert traction or compression on a specimen during dissection.
Mortuary Rack (1)
Mortuary Rack
Shelving system in the morgue refrigerator to hold steel body trays.
Morgue Refrigerator (1)
Morgue Refrigerator
Refrigerator for slow decomposition of housed morgue cadavers during autopsy procedures or until the cadaver is disposed of.
Postmortem Saw (1)
Postmortem Saw
Saw designed to cut hard tissue during autopsy and dissection procedures.
Autopsy Scales (1)
Autopsy Scales
Clinical scale that uses a detachable pan suspended as part of a spring scale or is on the top of a mechanical or electronic scale.
Tissue Cassette Paraffin Trimmer (1)
Tissue Cassette Paraffin Trimmer
Laboratory device that extracts extra paraffin from a tissue cassette after embedding.
Tissue Forceps (1)
Tissue Forceps
Forceps without teeth or with one or more small teeth at the end of each blade, designed for handling tissues with minimal trauma during surgery.