Oncology - Medical Devices in India

Medical Equipment Categories
Syringe (510)
Syringe is often used to administer injections, insert intravenous drugs into the bloodstream, apply compounds such as glue or lubricant, and measure liquids.
Intravenous Line Connector (90)
Intravenous Line Connector
Intravenous line connector that gives access to an IV infusion set or catheter port from a needleless mechanism.
Gastroscope (19)
Upper GI endoscopes used for diagnostics and treatment of the esophagus and stomach.
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.
Microscope, Operating (6)
Microscope, Operating
Operating microscopes for high magnification in surgery.
Intravenous Pole (5)
Intravenous Pole
Slender stand to suspend containers of liquid for intravenous delivery to patients.
Hysteroscope (4)
Stiff or pliable endoscope for direct insertion through the canal of the uterine cervix into the uterus cavity for visual examination, biopsy, and treatment of lesions of the interior of the cervix and the cavity of the uterus.
Medication Management System (3)
Medication Management System
Automated system for dispensing, counting, packaging and medication management.
Radiotherapy Phantom (3)
Radiotherapy Phantom
Phantoms for radiotherapy.
Endoscopic Telescope (3)
Endoscopic Telescope
The viewing part of an endoscope or laparoscope that allows the observation of internal tissues and/or organs of the human body that normally are inaccessible through natural canals, body cavities, or surgical orifices.
Ureteroscope (3)
Endoscope for direct insertion into the urinary tract for visual checks, biopsy, extraction or crushing of stones, and treatment of lesions of the ureters.
Laser - Ho:YAG (2)
Laser - Ho:YAG
Solid-state laser that has a rod of yttrium-aluminum-garnet crystal doped with holmium as the active medium.
Ostomy Appliance (2)
Ostomy Appliance
An ostomy appliance is designed to catch eliminated fecal material. It is made of plastic and is held to the body with an adhesive. 
Proctoscope (2)
Proctoscope is lubricated and inserted into the rectum, and then the obturator is removed, allowing an unobstructed view of the interior of the rectal cavity.
Ultrasonic Scanning Data Processor (2)
Ultrasonic Scanning Data Processor
Data processor designed to take and process digital data collected from ultrasonic scanning systems.
Gynecologic Resectoscope (2)
Gynecologic Resectoscope
Resectoscope used for collection or biopsy of lesions of the female genital tract they usually include electric cautery and coagulating capabilities.
Bar-Code Medication Administration (BCMA) System (2)
Bar-Code Medication Administration (BCMA) System
Bar-coded information system that builds safeguards in medicine administration by confirming at the point of care that administered medications suit the provider orders.
Radiotherapy Planning Workstation (2)
Radiotherapy Planning Workstation
Radiotherapy workstation that optimizes the calculation of the expected radiation energy circulations within patients from both external and implanted sources of radiation.
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.
Medicine Cabinet (2)
Medicine Cabinet
Healthcare cabinet that stores medicines and other frequently used, disposable products.
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.
Laryngoscope Blade (2)
Laryngoscope Blade
Removable distal part of a rigid laryngoscope that illuminates and displaces the lower pharynx, larynx, and upper trachea.
Laryngoscope Handle (2)
Laryngoscope Handle
Handle that grasps and supplies power to a laryngoscope blade.
Radiofrequency Generator (2)
Radiofrequency Generator
Radiofrequency Generator supplies electricity at one or more frequencies in equipment that either directly delivers RF energy to the body or changes RF energy into another form of energy.
Programmer/Tester (2)
Device for testing and/or changing the functions of implanted programmable devices.
Radiotherapy Planning System (1)
Radiotherapy Planning System
Computer system for radiotherapy planning.
Radiotherapy Verification System (1)
Radiotherapy Verification System
Radiotherapy computer system for verification of treatment parameters during therapy.
Motorized X-ray View-box (1)
Motorized X-ray View-box
Motorized viewboxes for loading X-ray sequence.
Linear Accelerator (1)
Linear Accelerator
Linear accelerator units for X-ray and electron radiotherapy.
Gynecology Endoscope (1)
Gynecology Endoscope
Endoscopes intended for insertion through vagina into peritoneal cavity.
Radiotherapy Planning and Treatment Accessories (1)
Radiotherapy Planning and Treatment Accessories
This family of devices includes all types of accessories for supporting and fixing the position of the patient who is undergoing radiotherapy planning and treatment.
Duodenoscope (1)
GI endoscopes with various light sources and video processors, used to view and treat diseases of the first segment of the small intestine.
Photodynamic Therapy (1)
Photodynamic Therapy
PDT equipment with three key components: a photosensitizer, light, and tissue oxygen. Used to eradicate premalignant and early-stage cancer and reduce tumor size in end-stage cancer.
Beta/Gamma Radiation Detector (1)
Beta/Gamma Radiation Detector
Detector used to locate and record beta/gamma radiation emissions mainly from the human body after the injection or ingestion of a radiopharmaceutical.
Radiation Dosimeter (1)
Radiation Dosimeter
A radiation dosimeter is a device that measures and calculates the absorbtion of ionizing radiation in matter and tissue.
Synthesizer (1)
A device that combines substances in order to form a new, complex product.
Ultrasound Surgical Unit (1)
Ultrasound Surgical Unit
Ultrasound surgery device that uses ultrasound frequency energy. The heating effect that causes tissue cutting and coagulation is from the friction when tissue comes into contact with a vibrating blade.
Electroporation Therapy System (1)
Electroporation Therapy System
System that causes tissue cell death by using an electric field that produces permanent cell membrane permeability with minimal thermal effects.
Amnioscope (1)
Endoscope that is inserted through the cervical canal and into the closed sac to conduct a visual examination, biopsy, and/or treat the fetus before the membrane is broken.
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.
Culdoscope (1)
Endoscope introduced through the fundus of vagina into the peritoneal cavity for visual examination, biopsy, and treatment of lesions, particularly those in the rectovaginal pouch and the pelvic viscera.
Liquid Densitometer (1)
Liquid Densitometer
Device used to determine the density of liquids.
Enclosed Pass-Through (1)
Enclosed Pass-Through
Pass-through made of an enclosed, chamberlike plastic or metallic structure that has doors on two sides to for access from two contiguous rooms.
X-Ray Shield (1)
X-Ray Shield
Radiation shield to protect the operator or patient from radiation exposure.
X-Ray Shield Barrier (1)
X-Ray Shield Barrier
X-ray radiation shield consists of a protective screen with a clear lead-plastic section.
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.
Oncology Information System (1)
Oncology Information System
Information systems that record, process, and show clinical and administrative data regarding the records of the treatment of cancer patients.
Radiotherapy Record/Verify Workstation (1)
Radiotherapy Record/Verify Workstation
Radiotherapy workstation that confirms that the proper radiotherapy treatment is being administered and to give a permanent record.
Medicine Storage Cabinet (1)
Medicine Storage Cabinet
Cabinet that holds medicines and toiletries.
Hypothermia Cap (1)
Hypothermia Cap
A therapeutic device used to cool the human scalp.
Confocal Laser Microscopy Video Colonoscope (1)
Confocal Laser Microscopy Video Colonoscope
Video colonoscope with integrated optical scanning laser microscopy functionality.
X-Ray Film Processor Quality Control Monitor (1)
X-Ray Film Processor Quality Control Monitor
Monitor that measures and continuously displays the quality characteristic of the processing conditions in an automatic x-ray film processor
Interstitial Hyperthermia System (1)
Interstitial Hyperthermia System
Hyperthermia ultrasound therapy system used to heat deep-seated tumors.
Superficial Hyperthermia System (1)
Superficial Hyperthermia System
Hyperthermia ultrasound therapy system used to heat malignant tumors externally, up to several centimeters deep.
Nerve Fiber Ablation System (1)
Nerve Fiber Ablation System
Radio-frequency therapy system used for selective excision of nerve pain fibers.
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
Skull Clamp (1)
Skull Clamp
A device used to clamp the patient's skull to hold head and neck in a particular position during surgical procedures.
Ophthalmic Ablation System (1)
Ophthalmic Ablation System
Tissue ablation radio-frequency therapy system designed to ablate regions in the eye.
Proton Beam Radiotherapy System (1)
Proton Beam Radiotherapy System
Radiotherapy system that delivers a proton beam to cancer areas in the eye and surrounding tissues.
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.
Endoscopic Insufflator (1)
Endoscopic Insufflator
Insufflator that maintains a regulated high pressure in a body tract or cavity by blowing a vapor or gas through an endoscope.
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.
Spinal Image-Guided Surgery Stereotactic System Software (1)
Spinal Image-Guided Surgery Stereotactic System Software
Software that operates computer-assisted spinal surgery systems and controls their functions.
Nasal Biopsy Curette (1)
Nasal Biopsy Curette
Biopsy curette to extract nasal mucosal cells for laboratory examination and/or test, typically by carefully scraping the surface of the inferior turbinate.
Respiratory Tract Endoscope (1)
Respiratory Tract Endoscope
Endoscope to be directly inserted into the respiratory tract for visual checks, biopsy, retrieval of foreign objects, and treatment of lesions in all or most of the tract, as well as the nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, and bronchi.
Dye Laser (1)
Dye Laser
Dye laser that administer their energy to the surface of previously photosensitized tissues.
Laser Probe (1)
Laser Probe
A measuring device that projects a narrow beam of light onto the part's surface. A lens on the probe then reads the beam's position
Microwave Therapy System (1)
Microwave Therapy System
Microwave therapy systems designed to heat up selected tissues in order to cause cell death.
Urinary Tract Endoscopic Snare (1)
Urinary Tract Endoscopic Snare
Snare that positions and tightens fine-gauge around an area of tissue for mechanical or electrosurgical resection and hemostasis.