Surgery - Medical Devices in Ghana

Medical Equipment Categories
Synthetic Suture (3)
Synthetic Suture
A suture made of polyglecaprone, an absorbable polymer made from a copolymer of the glycolide epsilon caprolactone.
Syringe (3)
Syringe
Syringe is often used to administer injections, insert intravenous drugs into the bloodstream, apply compounds such as glue or lubricant, and measure liquids.
Surgical Instruments (2)
Surgical Instruments
A variety of tools which serve the surgeons while operating.
Ultrasonic Transducer (2)
Ultrasonic Transducer
Transducer that converts electrical signals into mechanical energy in the form of sound and vice versa.
Adhesive Tape (2)
Adhesive Tape
Sticking tape made of natural, semi-synthetic or synthetic fibers.
Intravenous Line Connector (2)
Intravenous Line Connector
Intravenous line connector that gives access to an IV infusion set or catheter port from a needleless mechanism.
Dressing (2)
Dressing
An adjunct used by a person for application to a wound to promote healing or prevent further harm.
Blood Pressure Monitor (1)
Blood Pressure Monitor
Automatic electronic non-invasive blood-pressure meters and monitors, also other non-invasive parameters.
Blood Warmer (1)
Blood Warmer
Warming unit for in-line heating of banked blood, blood products, and intravenous solutions from about 4 degrees Celsius to near body temperature before infusion.
Motorized X-ray View-box (1)
Motorized X-ray View-box
Motorized viewboxes for loading X-ray sequence.
Breast Biopsy System (1)
Breast Biopsy System
Biopsy units, some mammographic, used to take samples from breast tissue for testing.
Steam Sterilizer (1)
Steam Sterilizer
Steam sterilizing units for large quantities.
Ultrasound, Endoscopic (1)
Ultrasound, Endoscopic
Endoscopic ultrasonic scanning devices.
Medical Video Monitor (1)
Medical Video Monitor
Monitors designed to display electronic images from a multi input source, either in real time as they are obtained or from a pre-recorded source.
Laryngoscope (1)
Laryngoscope
Respiratory tract endoscope to be inserted through the mouth into the air tract for visual examination, biopsy, and treatment of lesions of the larynx.
Angioscope (1)
Angioscope
Flexible endoscopic device designed for viewing blood vessels.
Digital Camera Adaptor (1)
Digital Camera Adaptor
Digital cameras which can be inserted over the eye piece or instead of it, and produce high quality digital images.
Angioplasty Ultrasound Therapy System (1)
Angioplasty Ultrasound Therapy System
Ultrasound therapy system that administers energy into the vessels to destroy sections of narrowing.
Gauze (1)
Gauze
An absorbent swab to collect fluid and keep an injury site clean.
Ultrasonic Scanning Data Processor (1)
Ultrasonic Scanning Data Processor
Data processor designed to take and process digital data collected from ultrasonic scanning systems.
Shoe Cover (1)
Shoe Cover
Cover that fits over healthcare personnel's footwear to keep shoes clean from dirt, grime, and other contaminants; to help keep operating rooms surgically-sterile; and to control infection.
Glove (1)
Glove
Glove used by healthcare workers during surgery.
Admission/Discharge/Transfer Hospital Information System (1)
Admission/Discharge/Transfer Hospital Information System
Information system that records, processes, and shows comprehensive information connected to patient admission, discharge, and transfer throughout the healthcare facility.
Circulatory Assist Unit, Peripheral Compression (1)
Circulatory Assist Unit, Peripheral Compression
Peripheral circulatory assist unit for occasional compression.
Transcranial Ultrasonic Blood Flowmeter (1)
Transcranial Ultrasonic Blood Flowmeter
Flowmeter for non-invasive calculations of blood flow in the main brain arteries.
Bandage (1)
Bandage
A bandage is a piece of material used either to support a medical device such as a dressing or splint, or on its own to provide support to the body.
Surgical Knife (1)
Surgical Knife
A very sharp knife used in surgery  
Vascular Catheter (1)
Vascular Catheter
A thin flexible plastic tube that is inserted into a patient's vein and remains there for repeated access to the vein