Infectious Disease - Medical Devices in India

Medical Equipment Categories
Injection Needle (16)
Injection Needle
Needle that injects fluid under the skin and/or other soft tissues.
Hypodermic Syringe (11)
Hypodermic Syringe
Small-caliber plunger syringe that administers liquids through a hollow needle beneath the skin.
Intravenous Pole (5)
Intravenous Pole
Slender stand to suspend containers of liquid for intravenous delivery to patients.
Sharps Disposal Unit (5)
Sharps Disposal Unit
Puncture-resistant container used to dispose sharp objects used in medical treatment and procedures.
Operating Microscope Video Image Processor (4)
Operating Microscope Video Image Processor
Video image processor that takes and processes electronic images from an operating microscope and send the images to peripheral devices such as video monitors, VCRs, still-disk recorders, and video printers.
HEPA Filtration Unit (2)
HEPA Filtration Unit
Device used to remove very fine particles from the air, typically 99.97% of particles bigger than 0.3 microns.
Chemical Agent Air Cleaner (2)
Chemical Agent Air Cleaner
Particulate/gas/vapor air cleaner used to remove very fine particulate from the air, typically 99.97% of particles bigger than 0.3 microns, and also chemical agents in gas or vapor phase from the air.
Germicidal Particulate/Gas/Vapor Air Cleaner (2)
Germicidal Particulate/Gas/Vapor Air Cleaner
Air cleaner used to remove airborne aerosol microorganisms and other biological agent particulates from room.
Isolation Chamber (1)
Isolation Chamber
Patient treatment chamber used to prevent harmful airborne material from entering the room.
Filtration System (1)
Filtration System
A system that removes particles, gas or liquid from another substance.
Otolaryngology Power System (1)
Otolaryngology Power System
System that provides electricity to otolaryngology instruments and/or other powered devices used in otolaryngology procedures
Surgical Mask (1)
Surgical Mask
A mask intended to be worn by health professionals during surgery and at other times to catch the bacteria shed in liquid droplets and aerosols from the wearer's mouth and nose.