Pathology - Medical Devices in France

Medical Equipment Categories
Basic Labware (9)
Basic Labware
All the glassware and other equipment used in many different types of laboratory, but excluding specialist equipment such as spectrometers
Tissue Forceps (8)
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.
Sharps Disposal Unit (6)
Sharps Disposal Unit
Puncture-resistant container used to dispose sharp objects used in medical treatment and procedures.
Dissecting Forceps (5)
Dissecting Forceps
Small forceps with scissorlike handles, used to hold, manage and exert traction or compression on a specimen during dissection.
Electron Microscope (4)
Electron Microscope
Electron microscope that provides a topographical image of the surface of a specimen, useful for understanding its surface structure.
Exam Light (4)
Exam Light
A high power lamp intended for illuminating the examined area. Sometimes used for various small operations and other medical purposes.
Chromatography System (4)
Chromatography System
A gas chromatography system is used as the stationary phase.
Operating Room Casework (4)
Operating Room Casework
Casework used in surgical or special procedures rooms.
Oximeter (3)
A laboratory instrument used to simultaneously determine oxygenation of hemoglobin forms.
Autopsy Table (3)
Autopsy Table
Tables designed for autopsy or dissection (pathology tables).
Paraffin Bath (2)
Paraffin Bath
Tub filled with liquid paraffin and kept at an elevated temperature in which the patient's hands are placed to relieve pain and stiffness.
Laboratory Scale (2)
Laboratory Scale
General purpose balance for quick weighing of relatively large quantities of substance.
Laboratory Freezer (2)
Laboratory Freezer
Laboratory cryogenic freezer that uses traditional compressed gas cycles for cooling.
Telepathology System (2)
Telepathology System
Telemedicine information system that electronically submits and receives images of microscopic pathology preparations and/or specimens and consultative text to and from one or more remote sites.
Centrifuge Rotor (2)
Centrifuge Rotor
Device that operates as the rotary component of a centrifuge.
Capillary Chromatography Column (2)
Capillary Chromatography Column
A chromatography column is utilized in systems that employ gas as the mobile phase.
Culture Media Preparator (2)
Culture Media Preparator
A solution used in the preparation of high-quality broth and agar media.
Laboratory Light Microscope (2)
Laboratory Light Microscope
Microscope that illuminates the object in a way that it appears against a bright background.
Photometer (2)
An instrument for measuring light intensity or optical properties of solutions or surfaces.
Autopsy/Dissection Station (2)
Autopsy/Dissection Station
Installation to conduct complete autopsy and dissection procedures on a dead body.
Urine Densitometer (2)
Urine Densitometer
Dedicated laboratory liquid densitometer used to calculate the specific gravity of urine samples.
Centrifuge (1)
Floor centrifuges, refrigerated/non refrigerated, high/low speed.
HPLC (1)
High pressure liquid/gas chromatography system (High Pressure Liquid Chromatography)
Video Conferencing Equipment (1)
Video Conferencing Equipment
Telemedicine systems using remote telecommunications for videoconferences.
Gas Liquid Chromatograph (1)
Gas Liquid Chromatograph
Gas Chromatography systems for use with liquid or solid as stationary phase.
Fluorometer (1)
Fluorometers, or Spectrofluorometers for detection of light emitted by a sample after excitation by UV light.
Microscopy Sample Preparation System (1)
Microscopy Sample Preparation System
Systems for preparing samples for microscopy, including Papanicolaou smear samples.
Pathology Workcenter (1)
Pathology Workcenter
A work bench for pathology.
Laboratory Shaker (1)
Laboratory Shaker
A device intended to shake, mix or rock the solution or suspension.
Organ Transport Container (1)
Organ Transport Container
A container that maintains organ viability during transportation.
Biopsy Gun (1)
Biopsy Gun
Biopsy gun is used to automatically extract core tissue samples from an anatomic structure (normally an organ or a suspected tumor).
Computer-Aided Detection System (1)
Computer-Aided Detection System
Computerized system that analyze digital information to detect abnormalities.
Examination Room Casework (1)
Examination Room Casework
A variety of furniture and wall cabinets in examination rooms.
Postmortem Freezer (1)
Postmortem Freezer
Freezer used to store tissue and organs at temperatures typically from 0 to -20 degrees Celsius.
Computer-Aided Detection System, Breast Imaging, Magnetic Resonance (1)
Computer-Aided Detection System, Breast Imaging, Magnetic Resonance
Computer assisted detection system that finds and classifies areas in MRI breast images with abnormalities that may be breast cancer, such as micro calcifications, speculated lesions, and other abnormal masses
Confocal Laser Microscopy Video Colonoscope (1)
Confocal Laser Microscopy Video Colonoscope
Video colonoscope with integrated optical scanning laser microscopy functionality.
Mammographic Image-Guided Biopsy Stereotactic System (1)
Mammographic Image-Guided Biopsy Stereotactic System
System used to help perform minimally invasive breast biopsy procedures by combining medical imaging, dedicated computer software, and surgical instrument and tracking systems for guidance.
Scanning Laser Microscope (1)
Scanning Laser Microscope
Microscope with a monochromatic light source that emits from a scanning laser.
Microscope Video System (1)
Microscope Video System
Video system that displays images from a microscope in a video monitor or video printer.
Microscope Slide Warmer (1)
Microscope Slide Warmer
Warming unit that heats slides and paraffin specimens.
Microarray Hybridization Chamber (1)
Microarray Hybridization Chamber
Chamber that holds and encases microarray slides, giving a constant humidity environment during hybridization procedures conducted in either hybridization incubators or less commonly in water baths.
Trephine (1)
A surgical instrument with a cylindrical blade, designed for obtaining a cylindrically shaped core of bone that can be used for tests and bone studies, cutting holes in bones or for cutting out a round piece of the cornea for eye surgery.
Mortuary Cart (1)
Mortuary Cart
Cart used for transporting corpses from hospital rooms to the morgue and from the refrigerator to work areas.
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.
Dissector (1)
A surgical instrument that is used to cut apart or separate tissue, especially for anatomical study.