Neurology - Medical Devices in India

Medical Equipment Categories
Ophthalmoscope (24)
A device which enables inspection of the eye without dilatation of the pupils. It contains the optical system and a proper light source.
Eyeglasses (17)
Device with two lenses held in a frame sits before the eyes to aid vision.
Injection Needle (16)
Injection Needle
Needle that injects fluid under the skin and/or other soft tissues.
Manual Exam Table (10)
Manual Exam Table
Treatment and examination tables with height/position adjustments.
Endoscope Light Source (7)
Endoscope Light Source
Fiberoptic light sources for endoscopes.
CT Scanner (7)
CT Scanner
Radiographic computed tomography systems (CT) for total body scanning.
Power Exam Table (7)
Power Exam Table
Treatment and examination tables with height and position adjustments.
Nerve Stimulator (6)
Nerve Stimulator
Peripheral-nerve electrical stimulator that employs stimuli to a nerve which assesses the suitability of neuromuscular block during surgery and its reversal during the recovery period.
Intravenous Pole (5)
Intravenous Pole
Slender stand to suspend containers of liquid for intravenous delivery to patients.
Neuromuscular Stimulator (5)
Neuromuscular Stimulator
Neuromuscular electrical stimulator to employ electrical stimuli to a peripheral muscle and/or nerve while observing the response in a different peripheral muscle or nerve.
Voice Recorder (4)
Voice Recorder
Digital system for dictating and transcribing medical reports and records.
TENS Cable/Lead (4)
TENS Cable/Lead
Cable/lead that hooks up the transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation electrode to the generator.
EMG & Evoked Potential Response Unit (3)
EMG & Evoked Potential Response Unit
Classic EMG units, and equipment for testing the evoked potential response.
Telemetry Monitor (3)
Telemetry Monitor
Telemetric monitors used for in the hospital setting.
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulator (3)
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulator
Electrical pulse generator for physical therapy and diagnosis.
Microwave Diathermy Unit (3)
Microwave Diathermy Unit
Microwave therapy system that warms localized body tissues one to two centimeters below the skin to prevent tissue resistance to high-frequency electromagnetic radiation.
Hand Grip Dynamometer (3)
Hand Grip Dynamometer
Hand-grip dynamometer that calculates the strength of the hand grip, typically a product of the combined force of the hand and forearm muscles, using a rubber or plastic bulb that is squeezed by the hand.
EOG Electrode (3)
EOG Electrode
Electrodes used for measuring the resting potential of the retina in Electrooculography.
Electroencephalograph (3)
Graphic recorder of the alterations of the electrical potential produced by the electrical activity of the brain, typically detected at the patient's scalp.
Evoked-Potential Recorder (3)
Evoked-Potential Recorder
Graphic recorder for recording a localized electrical potential from the brain or spinal cord in reaction to stimulation of the sensory organs or of some location along the ascending pathway from the sensory organs or within the central nervous system.
Tuning Fork (3)
Tuning Fork
A device used by medical practitioners to assess a patient's hearing. 
Reflex Hammer (3)
Reflex Hammer
An instrument used to test deep tendon reflexes as an important part of the neurological physical examination in order to detect abnormalities in the nervous system.
ENG Unit (2)
ENG Unit
Electronystamographs are used as a testing device to detect and record nystagmus.
Practice Management System (2)
Practice Management System
Data management information systems for physician's office and clinics.
Video Conferencing Equipment (2)
Video Conferencing Equipment
Telemedicine systems using remote telecommunications for videoconferences.
High Resolution Medical Video Monitor (2)
High Resolution Medical Video Monitor
High resolution monitors intended for use with various medical imaging techniques.
Ultrasonic Scanning Data Processor (2)
Ultrasonic Scanning Data Processor
Data processor designed to take and process digital data collected from ultrasonic scanning systems.
Biofeedback System (2)
Biofeedback System
System that produces a visual or auditory signal relating to the status of one or more of a patient's physiological functions.
Intravenous Hanger (2)
Intravenous Hanger
Hanger to suspend intravenous fluid delivery containers.
Aspiration/Injection Needle (2)
Aspiration/Injection Needle
Needle for either aspiration or injection of gases, liquids, and semisolids in body tissues or cavities directly or through other medical devices.
Rotating Vestibulo-Ocular Function Chair (2)
Rotating Vestibulo-Ocular Function Chair
Chair that evaluates the vestibulo-ocular reflex during head movements, by checking the rhythmic movement and/or deviation of the eyes in response to the stimulation of the vestibular system by angular acceleration or deceleration.
EMG Electrode (2)
EMG Electrode
Electrode inserted into muscle or nerve tissue to receive bioelectrical signals.
ENG Electrode (2)
ENG Electrode
Electrode attached around the nose and measuring the movements of the eye in relation to the ground electrodes in Electronystagmography
Neuromuscular Stimulator Electrode (2)
Neuromuscular Stimulator Electrode
Electrode that employs electrical stimuli to nerves and/or muscles from external and/or implantable neuromuscular stimulators.
Nystagmus Test Eyeglasses (2)
Nystagmus Test Eyeglasses
Eyeglasses that facilitate tests for assessing nystagmus based in the evaluation of involuntary movement of the eyes as a result of external stimuli
Drug Delivery Iontophoresis Unit (2)
Drug Delivery Iontophoresis Unit
Device for minimum-access treatment of diseases by introduction of soluble drug ions into the body through an electric current.
Optical Tomography Laser Scanning System (2)
Optical Tomography Laser Scanning System
Laser scanning system that uses coherent light to obtain pictures of the underlying structure within the eye.
Polysomnograph (2)
Polygraph for graphic recording of physiologic parameters, like electrocardiogram, electroencephalogram, chest wall motion, nose and mouth airflow, eye movements, oxygen concentration and electromyograms while the patient is asleep.
Videonystagmograph (2)
Computerized video recorder system to view, record, and analyze two or three-dimensional eye movements, typically during a set of standardized eye movement tests.
Programmer/Tester (2)
Device for testing and/or changing the functions of implanted programmable devices.
Auditory Function Screening (1)
Auditory Function Screening
Device for detection of hearing impairment in newborns.
EEG Unit (1)
EEG Unit
Graphic recording of brain electrical activity.
MRI (1)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging scanning units (stationary).
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) (1)
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
3-D laser scanning systems for optical tomography.
Magnetic Stimulator (1)
Magnetic Stimulator
Electromagnetic stimulators for treatment of soft-tissue injuries and other wounds.
Electroretinography System (1)
Electroretinography System
Electroretinograph recorders used for diagnosis of retinal related phenomena.
Electrooculograph (1)
Electrooculograph recorders for diagnosis of retinal diseases.
Neuroendoscope (1)
A small diameter short endoscope for neurological observations and operations, including the introduction of micro electrodes.
Spectrum Analyzer (1)
Spectrum Analyzer
Devices used to analyze the spectrum of bioelectrical or medical device signals, and characterize EMI - electromagnetic interference - coming from other equipment or natural sources.
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.
Neuromuscular Performance Measurement (1)
Neuromuscular Performance Measurement
Equipment intended to measure various physical parameters such as forces, limb movement, bilateral balance, etc.
Tilting Treatment Table (1)
Tilting Treatment Table
The table is designed for physical treatment and the support of orthopedic patients.
Electroencephalography Electronic Recording Processor (1)
Electroencephalography Electronic Recording Processor
Data processor that takes and processes digital data received from electroencephalographic signals that used to be electronically recorded.
Hypothermia Cap (1)
Hypothermia Cap
A therapeutic device used to cool the human scalp.
Gait Neuromuscular Stimulator (1)
Gait Neuromuscular Stimulator
Gait neuromuscular stimulator that administers transcutaneous fixed stimuli to the quadriceps to prevent movement in the knees when standing and occasional alternative stimuli to the common peroneal nerve and quadriceps of each side to create flexion while walking
Radiographic Chair (1)
Radiographic Chair
Chair with radiolucent materials that have lifting and rotating capabilities and can be locked in any desired position during imaging procedures.
Acoustic Room (1)
Acoustic Room
A specialized room which is built to offer optimal sound quality.
Somnography Analyzer (1)
Somnography Analyzer
Physiologic analyzer that calculates, records, and interprets a variety of physiologic functions at the same time during sleep.
Newborn Auditory Function Screening Device (1)
Newborn Auditory Function Screening Device
Auditory function screening device identifies hearing loss in new borns.
EEG Lead (1)
EEG Lead
Wire meant to be used along with electroencephalograph electrodes to record, monitor, and analyze the brain's electrical activity.
EMG Lead (1)
EMG Lead
Conductor that connects the electromyograph unit and the electrode.
EEG Electrode (1)
EEG Electrode
Electrode fastened to the patient's scalp to calculate, amplify, present in graphic form, and record the weak electrical signals produced by the brain.
Neurologic Electrode (1)
Neurologic Electrode
A neurologic electrode that is specifically designed for neurological research and is suitable for acute or chronic extracellular stimulation and recordings.
Electronystagmograph (1)
Graphic recorder of the electrical potential created by eye movements.
Eyelid Weight Sizer Set (1)
Eyelid Weight Sizer Set
Set of different external eyelid weights meant to help choose the suitable weight needed.
Gustometer (1)
Device that creates a galvanic stimulus to produce taste sensation.
Muscle Performance Assessment Manometer (1)
Muscle Performance Assessment Manometer
Manometer that calculates the pressure employed between a body part and a solid surface while doing a pre-established series of physical exercises.
Lumbar Pillow (1)
Lumbar Pillow
Pillow used while sitting or lying down that are shaped to conform to the lower back, which encourages correct posture and helps with lower back pain and fatigue.
Polygraph (1)
Multichannel physiologic graphical recorder records instantaneous values and/or variations of a number of different physiologic parameters at the same time, typically under conditions of physical or mental stress.
Nerve Fiber Ablation System (1)
Nerve Fiber Ablation System
Radio-frequency therapy system used for selective excision of nerve pain fibers.
Data Recorder (1)
Data Recorder
Electronic storage recorder for archiving analog or digital electronic data information.
Auditory Stimulator (1)
Auditory Stimulator
Device that employs stimuli to a patient's acoustic system.
Vestibular Function Stimulator (1)
Vestibular Function Stimulator
Caloric stimulator that employs a jet of air or water to the ear canal.
Photic Stimulator (1)
Photic Stimulator
Stimulator that employs light stimuli to the patient.
Tachistoscope (1)
Device that flashes words or images at varying speeds.
Tinnitus Therapy Unit (1)
Tinnitus Therapy Unit
Therapy unit designed to help people who suffer from tinnitus sound.
Topographic Display Unit, EEG/Evoked-Potential (1)
Topographic Display Unit, EEG/Evoked-Potential
A unit used in brain mapping through topographic demonstration of the EEG and evoked potentials.
Fluoroscopic Video System (1)
Fluoroscopic Video System
Video system that shows the output of the image intensifier of fluoroscopic systems, with suitable preservation of image quality with minimum lag
Laser Scanning System (1)
Laser Scanning System
Scanning system that employs laser beams at one or more frequencies to produce an image of tissue in a transverse plane of the body.
Cable/Lead (1)
An electric cable that delivers electricity to medical devices and equipment.
Extremity MRI Unit (1)
Extremity MRI Unit
MRI system with small-bore diameter that only permit imaging of the limbs of the body and whose magnetic fields usually range from 0.1 to 0.3 Tesla.
Full-Body MRI Unit (1)
Full-Body MRI Unit
MRI system that permits imaging of all body areas, and whose magnetic fields usually range from 0.5 to 1.5 Tesla.
Gait Training Machine (1)
Gait Training Machine
Computer-assisted training exerciser that instructs and evaluates a patient's gait.