Surgery - Medical Devices in Japan

Medical Equipment Categories
Laser Lithotripter (71)
Laser Lithotripter
Intracorporeal lithotripters using laser energy.
Extracorporeal Lithotripter (60)
Extracorporeal Lithotripter
External lithotripter that destroys stones using focused shock waves.
Blood Pressure Monitor (25)
Blood Pressure Monitor
Automatic electronic non-invasive blood-pressure meters and monitors, also other non-invasive parameters.
Breathing Monitor (19)
Breathing Monitor
Bedside monitors for continuous measurement of carbon dioxide and/or oxygen.
Pulse Oximeter (14)
Pulse Oximeter
Oximeter used to calculate the relative amount of oxygenated and deoxygenated hemoglobin by checking light absorbence changes resulting from arterial blood flow pulsations and presenting the results as percent saturation of hemoglobin in arterial blood.
Surgical Instruments (14)
Surgical Instruments
A variety of tools which serve the surgeons while operating.
Endoscopic Light Source (14)
Endoscopic Light Source
Fiberoptic light source that can be connected through a pliable fiberoptic cable to a stiff endoscope.
Physiologic Monitoring System (13)
Physiologic Monitoring System
Physiologic monitoring system to continuously track vital physiologic parameters in critical care conditions.
Operating Table (11)
Operating Table
General purpose operating tables with adjustable segments.
Laryngoscope (11)
Respiratory tract endoscope to be inserted through the mouth into the air tract for visual examination, biopsy, and treatment of lesions of the larynx.
Microsurgical Instrument (11)
Microsurgical Instrument
An instrument designed for microsurgery.
Spirometer (10)
Instrument that calculates the volume and flow rate of air inhaled and/or exhaled from the lungs and additional variables for pulmonary function evaluation.
Nebulizer (10)
A device that delivers medication as a mist to be inhaled into the lungs.
Infusion Pump Administration Set (10)
Infusion Pump Administration Set
Primary intravenous delivery set for liquid administration from a bag or bottle through an infusion pump either to a hub catheter or needle at the patient site, or to an extension tube set fixed to the patient site.
Laparoscopic Forceps (10)
Laparoscopic Forceps
Surgical forceps that hold and manipulate during laparoscopic procedures.
Sphygmomanometer, Mercury (9)
Sphygmomanometer, Mercury
Sphygmomanometer with an inflatable cuff that goes around the arm, a bulb for controlling the air pressure within the cuff, and a mercury manometer.
Dressing (9)
An adjunct used by a person for application to a wound to promote healing or prevent further harm.
Patient Humidifier (9)
Patient Humidifier
Humidifier positioned in the patient's inspiratory line to raise the humidity and temperature of the gas flow into the lungs by delivering in-line heated water vapor.
Patient Monitor (8)
Patient Monitor
Physiologic monitoring systems that detect and display ECG's, respiratory rate, non-invasive and invasive blood pressure, body temperature, airway gas concentrations, and others.
Ultrasonic Transducer (8)
Ultrasonic Transducer
Transducer that converts electrical signals into mechanical energy in the form of sound and vice versa.
Hypodermic Syringe (8)
Hypodermic Syringe
Small-caliber plunger syringe that administers liquids through a hollow needle beneath the skin.
Endoscopic Aspirator/Irrigator (8)
Endoscopic Aspirator/Irrigator
Aspirators/irrigator that gives irrigation and removes fluids, tissue, and foreign substances from a body cavity through an endoscope.
Dissecting Forceps (8)
Dissecting Forceps
Small forceps with scissorlike handles, used to hold, manage and exert traction or compression on a specimen during dissection.
Surgical Light (7)
Surgical Light
Light that illuminates the surgical site, for optimal visualization of small, low-contrast objects at varying depths or through small incisions.
Instrument Tray (7)
Instrument Tray
Flat open container for carrying and storing sterile surgical instruments.
Sponge Detector (7)
Sponge Detector
Detector that finds sponges during the last steps of a surgical procedure to help avoid leaving surgical sponges inside the patient before closing the operative field.
Syringe (7)
Syringe is often used to administer injections, insert intravenous drugs into the bloodstream, apply compounds such as glue or lubricant, and measure liquids.
Forceps (7)
A handheld, hinged instrument used for grasping and holding objects.
Stopcock (7)
Device that normalizes and/or stops fluid flow through a conduit or at its outlet.
Headlight (7)
Device to be worn on a user's head that gives a light source to help personel see during surgical, diagnostic, or therapeutic procedures.
Trocar (7)
An instrument with a sharply pointed end, often three-sided, that is used inside a hollow cylinder (cannula) to introduce this into blood vessels or body cavities.
Retractor (7)
A surgical instrument used to separate the edges of a surgical incision or wound, or can hold back underlying organs and tissues, so that body parts under the incision may be accessed.
CO2 Monitor (6)
CO2 Monitor
Bedside carbon dioxide respiratory monitors.
Safety Eyewear (6)
Safety Eyewear
Eyeglasses that guard the eyes from hazardous mechanical and/or light intensity/frequency conditions, improving user safety.
Intensive Care Ventilator (6)
Intensive Care Ventilator
Ventilator for use in critical care settings that most use positive pressure to administer gas to the lungs at normal breathing rates and tidal volumes through an endotracheal tube or tracheostomy.
Infant Scales (6)
Infant Scales
Scales designed to weigh infants that are either mechanical or electronic.
Operating Microscope Video Image Processor (6)
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.
Adhesive Tape (6)
Adhesive Tape
Sticking tape made of natural, semi-synthetic or synthetic fibers.
Portable/Home Care Ventilator (6)
Portable/Home Care Ventilator
Ventilator that gives support to patients who do not need complex critical care ventilators.
Nasal Speculum (6)
Nasal Speculum
Speculum used to enlarge the nasal cavity for examination and treatment of the inner surface of the nasal cavity.
Neonatal Patient Monitor (6)
Neonatal Patient Monitor
Physiologic monitor for continuous observation of vital physiologic parameters of newborns and infants.
Stone Manipulation Forceps (6)
Stone Manipulation Forceps
Forceps meant for procedures such as percutaneous nephrolithotomy or ureteroscopy to treat specific conditions.
Oxygenator (5)
A medical device that is capable of exchanging oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood of patient in surgical procedures that may necessitate the interruption or cessation of blood flow in the body, a critical organ or great blood vessel.
Blood Warmer (5)
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.
ECG Lead (5)
ECG Lead
Each lead has a positive and negative pole attached to the surface of the skin, which can be used to measure the spread of electrical activity within the heart.
Ultrasound Surgical Unit (5)
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.
Cotton & Gauze Products (5)
Cotton & Gauze Products
Absorbent swabs and sponges made of cotton and gauze used to collect small amounts of body fluids such as saliva and blood
Vaginal Specula (5)
Vaginal Specula
Specula used to expand the vagina consisting of a mechanical instrument with two pivoted arms
Laser Safety Eyewear (5)
Laser Safety Eyewear
Protective device used during laser procedures containing filter glass that provides adequate visual transmission with high optical density for the specified laser wavelength with which they will be used.
Ultrasonic Doppler Flowmeter (5)
Ultrasonic Doppler Flowmeter
An ultrasonic flowmeter is a volumetric flow meter which requires particulates or bubbles in the flow.
Low-Density Cholesterol Apheresis Unit (5)
Low-Density Cholesterol Apheresis Unit
Therapeutic apheresis unit that extracts low-density lipoprotein cholesterol from the blood.
Phacoemulsification Unit (5)
Phacoemulsification Unit
Surgical unit used to remove cataract lenses in the eye
Orthopedic Forceps (5)
Orthopedic Forceps
An instrument that has two blades and a handle and is used for handling, grasping, or compressing
Surgical Handpiece (5)
Surgical Handpiece
Handpiece that operates surgical rotary instruments used in surgical procedures for dissecting bone and cartilage, such as orthopedic, middle ear, and cranial procedures.
Electrosurgical Unit Adapter (5)
Electrosurgical Unit Adapter
Adapter that applies cables from a different manufacturer or model to an electrosurgical unit.
Tissue Forceps (5)
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.
Blood Bank Refrigerator (4)
Blood Bank Refrigerator
Refrigerator that stores blood bank products and samples for short periods at temperatures typically between 1 and 8 degrees Celsius.
Oxygen Concentrator (4)
Oxygen Concentrator
Gas concentrator that raises the percentage of oxygen in a mixture of gases, typically air.
Thoracic Retractor (4)
Thoracic Retractor
Thoracic retractor is a hand-cranked device that forcefully drive thoracic tissues apart to obtain the necessary exposure during surgery.
Endoscopic Teaching Attachments (4)
Endoscopic Teaching Attachments
Devices used alongside the eyepiece of a fiberoptic endoscope to send images of the endoscopic procedure to a second eyepiece.
Endoscopic Telescope (4)
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.
Patient Transfer Stretcher (4)
Patient Transfer Stretcher
Mobile hospital stretcher that allows hospital personnel to atraumatically move a patient without altering the patients body position or lifting, rolling, or dragging them.
Facility Boom (4)
Facility Boom
Facility boom is used to organize and support hospital utility services and medical devices.
Operating Room Automation System (4)
Operating Room Automation System
Automation system that manages multiple operating-room equipment via a common interface.
Patient Transfer Aids (4)
Patient Transfer Aids
Aids that make transfering a diabled person simpler that require partial or total assistance when going to or from a bed, stretcher, operating table, wheelchair, or other location.
Automated Suture Unit (4)
Automated Suture Unit
Suture unit that administers conventional sutures to tissue with lowered operator intervention.
Ophthalmic Camera, Photographic (4)
Ophthalmic Camera, Photographic
Camera specialised to take pictures of the eye and used to provide diagnostic data of eye conditions.
Ophthalmic Forceps (4)
Ophthalmic Forceps
Forcep commonly used during surgery to hold and manipulate structures of the eye.
Fiberoptic Laser Delivery System (4)
Fiberoptic Laser Delivery System
Laser delivery system consisting of optic fibers used to deliver laser energy of visible and near-infrared wavelengths.
Ocular Speculum (4)
Ocular Speculum
Speculum that keeps the eyelids apart for examination and or treatment.
Orthopedic Prosthesis Implantation Instruments (4)
Orthopedic Prosthesis Implantation Instruments
An instrument that facilitates the implantation of an orthopedic prosthesis.
Orthopedic Retractor (4)
Orthopedic Retractor
A surgical instrument that is used to hold tissue away from the surgical area.
Laryngeal Mirror (4)
Laryngeal Mirror
An item used for viewing the larynx and surrounding area of the throat.
Aural Speculum (4)
Aural Speculum
Speculum used to enlarge the ear canal to perform examination and manual procedures in the ear or as part of an otoscope for examination or surgery.
Tracheal Tube Stylet (4)
Tracheal Tube Stylet
Device that gives stability to a tracheal tube during intubation procedures.
Hemofiltration Devices & Accessories (4)
Hemofiltration Devices & Accessories
Devices used for autotransfusion, to collects blood lost by a patient for subsequent reinfusion into the same patient without processing.
Fundus Camera (4)
Fundus Camera
Ophthalmic photographic camera which takes still images of the ocular fundus and associated blood vessels of the eye.
Thermometer Probe (4)
Thermometer Probe
The part of the thermometer which enters the body in order to check temperature.
Extracorporeal Pump (4)
Extracorporeal Pump
Pump for extracorporeal gas exchange and reinfusion of blood, usually during heart-lung bypass procedures.
Smoke Evacuation System (4)
Smoke Evacuation System
Surgical smoke evacuation system that combines all functional elements in a single, transportable stand-alone unit.
Ureteral Dilator (4)
Ureteral Dilator
Dilator for mechanical alteration of the internal lumen of the ureters.
Infusion Pump (3)
Infusion Pump
Infusion pumps for general-purpose liquid delivery.
Steam Sterilizer (3)
Steam Sterilizer
Steam sterilizing units for large quantities.
Valvulotome (3)
A device which enables removing defective intravenous valves.
Thoracoscope (3)
An endoscope for examining the pleural cavity through an intercostal space.
Artificial Airway Humidifier (3)
Artificial Airway Humidifier
Humidifier that adds moisture to the gases in the inspiratory artificial airways, raising the humidity of the gas delivered into the lungs.
Thoracic Aspirator (3)
Thoracic Aspirator
Aspirator that gives suction for evacuation of gas, body fluids, or foreign materials that may collect between the lung and chest wall.
Cardiotomy Reservoir (3)
Cardiotomy Reservoir
A cardiotomy resevoir is used in cardiopulmonary bypass as a collection chamber for blood suctioned from the heart chambers and pericardium.
Cardiac Retractor (3)
Cardiac Retractor
A surgical instrument used to hold back sections of the heart or the edges of an incision in the heart.
Thoracic Trocar (3)
Thoracic Trocar
A sharp-pointed instrument equipped with a cannula, used to puncture the wall of an organ and withdraw fluid during thoracic surgery.
Dental Forceps (3)
Dental Forceps
Dental forceps are metal instruments used to pull teeth, and are available in different sizes and shapes to assist with different jobs.
Knife/Scalpel Handle (3)
Knife/Scalpel Handle
Surgical instrument handles used to secure and manipulate a compatible cutting or dissecting blade.
Spatula (3)
Instrument that is used to remove cells or tissues from a surface or cavity, spread materials on a surface, or mix them.
Gauze (3)
An absorbent swab to collect fluid and keep an injury site clean.
Endoscopy Operating Automation System (3)
Endoscopy Operating Automation System
System that controls, manages, and/or powers various devices used in an endoscopic surgery procedure via a common interface.
Gastrointestinal Clip Applier (3)
Gastrointestinal Clip Applier
Clip applier that administers small atraumatic implantable clips in the upper and/or the lower gastrointestinal (GI) tract walls through the working channel of an endoscope.
Endoscopic Picture Archiving and Communication System (3)
Endoscopic Picture Archiving and Communication System
System that stores and takes images from digital cameras or other digital imaging systems that are used for endoscopic procedures.
Proctoscope (3)
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.
Intrauterine Cannulae (3)
Intrauterine Cannulae
Cannulae desgined to be inserted into the uterus.
Gynecologic Resectoscope (3)
Gynecologic Resectoscope
Resectoscope used for collection or biopsy of lesions of the female genital tract they usually include electric cautery and coagulating capabilities.
Shoe Cover (3)
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 (3)
Glove used by healthcare workers during surgery.
Vaginal Retractor (3)
Vaginal Retractor
Instrument that exposes the vagina by separating the edges of the vagina and holding back the tissue
Neonatal Ventilator (3)
Neonatal Ventilator
Intensive care ventilator for neonatal and/or pediatric respiratory support.
Aspirator (3)
A small suction machine used to remove mucus and other bodily fluids from a patient.
Aspiration Collector (3)
Aspiration Collector
A container that collects aspirated fluid.
Intravenous Pole (3)
Intravenous Pole
Slender stand to suspend containers of liquid for intravenous delivery to patients.
Positioning Aid (3)
Positioning Aid
A variety of pillows, cushions and restraints used to surround and hold a patient's position for medical and therapeutic purposes.
Sharps Disposal Unit (3)
Sharps Disposal Unit
Puncture-resistant container used to dispose sharp objects used in medical treatment and procedures.
Aspiration/Injection Needle (3)
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.
Stone Dislodger (3)
Stone Dislodger
A device used to entrap and remove stones from the ureter.
Drill Guide (3)
Drill Guide
Device that directs the location of the drill hole and protects the surrounding tissue at the same time.
Brain Retractor (3)
Brain Retractor
A system that seperates brain tissue apart to facilitate surgical procedures on a specific location in the brain.
Intravenous Training Arm (3)
Intravenous Training Arm
A training arm is designed for essential training in the procedures of blood collection, infusion, and intravenous injections.
Nd:YAG Laser, Ophthalmic (3)
Nd:YAG Laser, Ophthalmic
Laser used to cause photodisruption in the eye, forming a plasma and generating immense localized mechanical shock waves that can destroy tissue.
Surgical Eye Scissors (3)
Surgical Eye Scissors
Surgical scissor used to cut corneal and scleral tissues during surgery.
Wound Aspirator (3)
Wound Aspirator
Aspirator that evacuates gas, liquid, tissue and/or other debris from a wound by means of vacuum suction.
Bandage (3)
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.
Arthroscopy Drainage Cannulae (3)
Arthroscopy Drainage Cannulae
Cannulae that aids to drain distention/irrigation solution from the joint during arthroscopic surgery.
Arthroscopy Probe (3)
Arthroscopy Probe
An arthroscopy probe is a medical device used in conjunction with arthroscopic procedures to evaluate articular cartilage properties.
Laryngostroboscope (3)
Laryngoscope that monitors the glottic action during phonations by shining a stroboscopic light through a lens.
Staple Remover (3)
Staple Remover
Handheld instrument to extract skin staples.
Hemorrhoid Ligator (3)
Hemorrhoid Ligator
Device that cuts off blood flow to hemorrhoidal tissue.
Medical-Air Compressor (3)
Medical-Air Compressor
Compressed air system part that mechanically compresses atmospheric air.
Defibrillator/Pacemaker, External (3)
Defibrillator/Pacemaker, External
Defibrillator-pacemaker that produces electric impulses outside the body and administers them to the heart through the chest wall using paddles.
Meniscus Knife (3)
Meniscus Knife
Surgical knife for cutting the crescent-shaped disks of fibrocartilage attached to bones during orthopedic procedures.
Endoscopic Morcellator (3)
Endoscopic Morcellator
Morcellator is a system that performs morcellation through an endoscope in minimally invasive surgery.
Keratome (3)
Surgical instrument for incision of the cornea, usually to remove the outer layer of the cornea.
Implantable Defribrillator Lead (3)
Implantable Defribrillator Lead
Lead that conducts electrical signals from the pulse-generating unit of an implantable defibrillator/pacemaker to the heart and then creates the myocardial signals back to the unit.
Transcutaneous Blood Gas Monitor (3)
Transcutaneous Blood Gas Monitor
Bedside monitor to continuously check the partial pressure of carbon dioxide, oxygen, or both at the skin surface.
Papillotome (3)
An exposed cutting wire type item designed for extracting tissue from the intestine during biopsy procedures.
Intraoperative Pacemaker Tester (3)
Intraoperative Pacemaker Tester
Implantable cardiac pacemaker tester that calculates the minimum electrical stimulus that causes a ventricular contraction and the minimum intracardiac signal amplitude to impede the pacemaker.
Voltage Transformer (3)
Voltage Transformer
An instrument whose primary winding is connected in parallel with a circuit in which the voltage is to be measured or controlled.
Urethrotome (3)
Surgical instrument for incision of urethra stricture and/or urinary bladder neck contractures.
Stone Retrieval Basket (3)
Stone Retrieval Basket
Instrument that traps, retrieves, and manipulates stones for the treatment of conditions such as nephrolithiasis and urolithiasis.
Intracorporeal Lithotripter (2)
Intracorporeal Lithotripter
Lithotripter operates through a percutaneous or transurethral method to find, view, fragment, and remove stones.
Peritoneal Dialysis Unit (2)
Peritoneal Dialysis Unit
Device that extracts metabolic wastes through selective diffusion across the peritoneum by controlling the flow of a solution into and out of the abdominal cavity.
Video Endoscopy (2)
Video Endoscopy
A video system used during endoscopic procedures.
Breast Biopsy System (2)
Breast Biopsy System
Biopsy units, some mammographic, used to take samples from breast tissue for testing.
Mist Tent (2)
Mist Tent
Tent that gives a suspension of liquid or solid particles for the patient to breath.
Surgical Camera (2)
Surgical Camera
Photo or cine cameras used during surgery.
Resectoscope (2)
Endoscope used to remove or conduct biopsy of lesions.
Surgical Stapler (2)
Surgical Stapler
Surgical staplers designed for delivery of double staggered rows of staples following a pattern. These staplers include a detachable head assembly, a firing handle, a locking spring, a staple housing, and trocars.
Plunger Syringe (2)
Plunger Syringe
Plunger syringe that injects dye, usually into veins or arteries, for imaging procedures such as CT, MRI, radiographic angiography or some ultrasound procedures.
Rib Ritractor (2)
Rib Ritractor
Rib cardiac retractor is a hand-cranked device that forcefully drive the rib tissues apart to obtain the necessary exposure during surgery
Heart-Lung Bypass Warming/Cooling Unit (2)
Heart-Lung Bypass Warming/Cooling Unit
Warming/cooling unit for the patient that uses extracorporeal heat exchange with the patient's perfused blood during heart-lung bypass procedures.
Loupe (2)
Convex lense for magnifying or focusing light on an object.
Enteral Feeding Pump (2)
Enteral Feeding Pump
Infusion pump for enteral delivery of feeding solutions that give an accurate control of the liquid flow.
Sponge Counter (2)
Sponge Counter
Counter that verifies the amount of sponges used in a surgical procedure to help avoid the retention of sponges inside the patient before closing the operative field.
Cervical Dilator (2)
Cervical Dilator
Surgical instruments designed to induce uterine dilation.
Laparoscope Holders (2)
Laparoscope Holders
A device for clamping a medical instrument includes a pair of gripping arms to allow manipulation.
Birthing Chair (2)
Birthing Chair
Chair that permits a woman to give birth in a sitting position instead of a lithotomy position.
Gown (2)
Disposable medical gown that is worn once then thrown away.
Electrothermal Cautery Probe (2)
Electrothermal Cautery Probe
Electrothermal cautery probe whose heating part is encased in a probe cover.
Obstetric Vacuum Extractor (2)
Obstetric Vacuum Extractor
A metal or plastic cup attached to the baby's head that uses suction to help guide him or her out of the birth canal. 
Cardiology Picture Archiving and Communication System (CPACS) (2)
Cardiology Picture Archiving and Communication System (CPACS)
Picture archiving and communication system that stores and retrieves digital images from cardiac catheterization laboratories and other cardiac digital imaging systems.
Blanket Warmer (2)
Blanket Warmer
Warming unit for heating blankets.
Circulatory Assist Unit, Peripheral Compression (2)
Circulatory Assist Unit, Peripheral Compression
Peripheral circulatory assist unit for occasional compression.
Infusion Controller (2)
Infusion Controller
Infusion controller monitors the amount and speed with which fluid is infused.
Scissors (2)
Scissors that cut bandage, gauze, and dressing.
Stretcher Mattress (2)
Stretcher Mattress
Mattresse suitable for hospital stretchers or ambulances.
Mammographic Image-Guided Biopsy Stereotactic System (2)
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.
Orthopedic Internal Fixation System (2)
Orthopedic Internal Fixation System
A system used in surgical implementation of implants for the purpose of repairing a bone.
Circulatory Assist Unit, Intra-Aortic Balloon (2)
Circulatory Assist Unit, Intra-Aortic Balloon
Circulatory assist unit that creates mechanical counterpulsation to lower the afterload to the heart and raise coronary and cerebral blood flow.
Microscope Video System (2)
Microscope Video System
Video system that displays images from a microscope in a video monitor or video printer.
Urologic Mobile Medical Facility (2)
Urologic Mobile Medical Facility
Mobile modular medical facility usually divided into a patient treatment area, an operator room, and an auxiliary equipment room.
EEG Electrode (2)
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.
Electroencephalograph (2)
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 (2)
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.
Cranial Perforator (2)
Cranial Perforator
Perforator used for automatic or semiautomatic slicing of circular portions from the skull.
Laminectomy Retractor (2)
Laminectomy Retractor
Instrument for fastening back the margins of a surgical wound in order to remove a vertebral posterior arch.
Neurosurgical Rongeur (2)
Neurosurgical Rongeur
A rongeur is a strongly constructed instrument with a sharp-edged, scoop-shaped tip, used for gouging out bone. It is used in neurosurgery to expose areas for operation.
Anatomic Model (2)
Anatomic Model
Natural or plastic skeleton and dissectible model of the human anatomy that are used as training aids.
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.
Waveguide Laser Delivery System (2)
Waveguide Laser Delivery System
Laser delivery system constructed of rigid hollow tubes used to deliver laser energy from the laser source to the tissue
Argon/Krypton Laser, Ophthalmic (2)
Argon/Krypton Laser, Ophthalmic
Argon or Krypton laser used to perform photocoagulation in the eye and abnormal vascular tissue in the retina.
Diode Laser, Ophthalmic (2)
Diode Laser, Ophthalmic
Diode laser used to perform photocoagulation in the eye and abnormal vascular tissue in the retina.
Krypton Laser, Ophthalmic (2)
Krypton Laser, Ophthalmic
Krypton laster to perform photocoagulation in the eye and abnormal vascular tissue in the retina.
Cable/Lead (2)
An electric cable that delivers electricity to medical devices and equipment.
Surgical Curette (2)
Surgical Curette
Bone surgical curette used for microsurgical excising bony, calcified, or other hard tissue.
Bone Cutter (2)
Bone Cutter
Cutter that can puncture or divide a bone in two.
Suturing Guide (2)
Suturing Guide
A surgical device that organizes and secures sutures during surgery to help prevent suture entanglement and reduce clutter.
Bone Mallet (2)
Bone Mallet
Mallet that strikes a chisel or other driving or cutting instrument into bone.
Mill (2)
Device for grinding hard materials to change them into finer particles.
Orthopedic Osteotome (2)
Orthopedic Osteotome
Osteotome that cuts and/or shapes bone during orthopedic procedures.
Surgical Procedure Tray (2)
Surgical Procedure Tray
A tray designed to provide all the instruments and supplies needed for the physician to perform a specific medical procedure.
Fiberoptic Retractor (2)
Fiberoptic Retractor
Retractor suited with a fiberoptic light source that is used to give light to surgical site.
Bone Screwdriver (2)
Bone Screwdriver
Surgical tool that attaches bone plates to bone with bone screws.
Orthopedic Surgery Image-Guided Stereotactic System (2)
Orthopedic Surgery Image-Guided Stereotactic System
System that helps in the performance of minimally invasive orthopedic procedures by using medical imaging, dedicated computer software, and surgical instrument tracking systems at the same time for guidance
Tracheal Dilator (2)
Tracheal Dilator
The tracheal dilator is a surgical instrument inserted into the trachea and then opened in order to increase the diameter of the trachea.
Pharyngoscope (2)
Respiratory tract endoscope to be inserted through the nasal cavity into the air tract for visual examination, biopsy, and treatment of lesions of the pharynx pharyngeal end of the auditory tube.
Nasal Rasp (2)
Nasal Rasp
Metal, file-like surgical instrument with a textured surface to scrape and smooth the internal structures of the nasal and sinus cavities
Surgical Saw (2)
Surgical Saw
A cutting blade with a toothed edge used to cut material too hard to slice with a knife
Antrum Trocar (2)
Antrum Trocar
A surgical instrument used in ENT surgical procedures.
Asset Tracking System (2)
Asset Tracking System
Security system to identify, track, monitor, and find assets within a healthcare facility.
Rectal Retractor (2)
Rectal Retractor
A surgical tool that holds back flaps of tissue during rectal surgery.
Gastric Aspirator (2)
Gastric Aspirator
Aspirator that removes gastric secretions and toxic solutions from the stomach through intermittent vacuum suction.
Multiparameter Patient Monitor (2)
Multiparameter Patient Monitor
Bedside physiologic monitor that is customized to use one or more individual and/or multiparameter physiologic monitor modules.
Pulse Oximeter Probe (2)
Pulse Oximeter Probe
Probe for use with a pulse oximeter to calculate the oxygen saturation of hemoglobin according to the light absorbance of a patient's arterial blood.
Pressure/ Vacuum Regulator (2)
Pressure/ Vacuum Regulator
The vacuum regulator is a small, portable unit or device which is ideal for many applications requiring vacuum regulation.
Adult Ventilator (2)
Adult Ventilator
Intensive care ventilators used for adult ventilation or respiratory support.
Dermoscope (2)
Endoscope for direct insertion under the skin for visual examination and treatment, particularly to conduct plastic surgery.
Argon-Enhanced Coagulation System (2)
Argon-Enhanced Coagulation System
Unit that delivers argon gas for argon-fortified coagulation.
Knife Holder (2)
Knife Holder
Device that holds surgical knives in operative procedures.
Programmer/Tester (2)
Device for testing and/or changing the functions of implanted programmable devices.
Stereotactic System (2)
Stereotactic System
Stereotactic computer-assisted surgical system that helps in the performance of minimally invasive procedures by using medical imaging, dedicated computer software, and a rigid frame fastened to the patient body for guidance.
Fiberoptic Thermometer (2)
Fiberoptic Thermometer
Electronic thermometer that calculates body temperature through a fiberoptic probe with a small mass temperature sensor.
Transilluminator (2)
Used for medical examination in which a strong light is cast through the body or a body part so that blockages and other foreign objects can be seen. 
Ureteroscope (2)
Endoscope for direct insertion into the urinary tract for visual checks, biopsy, extraction or crushing of stones, and treatment of lesions of the ureters.
Vein Stripper (2)
Vein Stripper
A Device used to remove varicose veins, in a surgical procedure done under general or local anaesthetic.
Urethral Bougie (2)
Urethral Bougie
Bougie that explores and/or dilates the urethra.
Electrosurgical Unit (1)
Electrosurgical Unit
Monopolar and bipolar electrosurgical devices.
Laser - CO2 (1)
Laser - CO2
Carbon dioxide lasers for use in general surgery and dermatology.
Oxygen Monitor (1)
Oxygen Monitor
Oxygen monitors with electrochemical sensors.
Aspirator, Surgical (1)
Aspirator, Surgical
Suction of blood, fluid, and other material during surgery.
Suction Regulator (1)
Suction Regulator
A device which regulates the negative pressure of the suction line.
Temperature Monitor (1)
Temperature Monitor
Temperature monitors for bedside use.
Stretcher (1)
Hospital stretchers for patient transportation within a healthcare facility, usually in a supine or prone position.
Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS) (1)
Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS)
Ultrasonic scanning systems for intravascular analysis (IntraVascular UltraSound).
Cath Lab (1)
Cath Lab
Angiographic and special-procedure R/F imaging systems (fluoroscopy), including cardiovascular and cardiac catheterization.
Angioscope (1)
Flexible endoscopic device designed for viewing blood vessels.
Wound Management (1)
Wound Management
Equipment intended for cleaning and rinsing of wounds, as well as removal of pus and other secretions.
Cardiac Wall Stabilizer (1)
Cardiac Wall Stabilizer
Device for the local immobilization of a part of the cardiac wall with a minimum loss of muscle function during beating-heart surgical procedures.
Cardiograph (1)
An instrument used to record the mechanical movements of the heart.
Blood Flowmeter (1)
Blood Flowmeter
Blood flowmeter for internal calculation of blood flow electromagnetically.
Pacemaker Lead Adapter (1)
Pacemaker Lead Adapter
Device used to adapt an implantable pacemaker lead to the connectors of another pacemaker for which the lead was not originally meant to be connected.
Cardiac Simulator (1)
Cardiac Simulator
Simulator that replicates some traits of normal or abnormal human heart functions.
Imaging Table (1)
Imaging Table
Suitable table for performing patient imaging procedures.
Pressure Transducer (1)
Pressure Transducer
An electronic device that turns blood pressure into electrical signals that is recorded graphically for monitoring purposes.
Laser - Ho:YAG (1)
Laser - Ho:YAG
Solid-state laser that has a rod of yttrium-aluminum-garnet crystal doped with holmium as the active medium.
Cardiovascular Trocar (1)
Cardiovascular Trocar
A sharp-pointed instrument equipped with a cannula, used to puncture the wall of a heart artery and withdraw fluid.
Laparoscopic Electrosurgical Monitor (1)
Laparoscopic Electrosurgical Monitor
Monitor that assesses current leakage due to capacitive coupling and/or insulation failure of the active electrode of a monopolar electrosurgical unit during laparoscopic surgery.
Return Electrode Monitor (1)
Return Electrode Monitor
Designed to assess the electrical impedance in the return path from the patient to the electrical generator.
Dental Retractor (1)
Dental Retractor
A device used to secure the lip, cheek, tongue, or a section of the mucosa during dental or other oral operations
Dental Training Manikin (1)
Dental Training Manikin
Training manikin is used to offer a training subject for dental procedures.
Dental Stool (1)
Dental Stool
Height adjustable stool that has a seat and adjustable backrest that provides operator support during long dental procedures.
Synthetic Suture (1)
Synthetic Suture
A suture made of polyglecaprone, an absorbable polymer made from a copolymer of the glycolide epsilon caprolactone.
Colon Aspirator/Irrigator (1)
Colon Aspirator/Irrigator
Aspirators/irrigator for automated or semiautomated irrigation, washing, and evacuation of particles from the colon and other sections of the large intestines from the rectum to the cecum.
Common Duct Probe (1)
Common Duct Probe
A surgical instrument used for exploratory purposes and in the removal of stones.
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).
Culdocentesis Kit (1)
Culdocentesis Kit
Prepackaged collection of the equipment and supplies needed to perform a culdocentesis procedure.
Curette (1)
A curette is a surgical instrument designed for scraping biological tissue or debris in a biopsy, excision, or cleaning procedure
In Vitro Fertilization Instrumentation (1)
In Vitro Fertilization Instrumentation
The tools needed to perform In Vitro Fertilization.
Uterine Tenaculum (1)
Uterine Tenaculum
A device used to hold and manipulate the uterus for procedures
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.
Uterine Sound (1)
Uterine Sound
A device intended for probing a woman's uterus through the cervix, to measure the length and direction of the cervical canal and uterus, to determine the level of dilation, or to induce further dilation.
Cushion (1)
Soft pillow or pad for patients to provide pain relief and comfort when sitting, kneeling, or lying down.
Operating Table Pedestal (1)
Operating Table Pedestal
Pedestal is a common component of surgical table. It is attached to one of several different interchangeable tabletops according to the surgical procedure being performed.
Operating Tabletop (1)
Operating Tabletop
Detachable tabletop for use as a component of surgical tables when used with common pedestals.
Multi-Specialty Operating Tabletop (1)
Multi-Specialty Operating Tabletop
Detachable tabletop that is a component of surgical table that may be suited for several different procedures
Ionizing Radiation Sterilizer (1)
Ionizing Radiation Sterilizer
Sterilizing unit that destroys microorganisms on medical devices using ionizing radiation from a variety of sources.
Surgical Instrument Table (1)
Surgical Instrument Table
Table designed for use during surgical procedures, enabling surgeons to work from both sides of the operating table and preventing tip over.
Medical Gas/Vacuum Valves (1)
Medical Gas/Vacuum Valves
A valve that is used to release gas or vacuum from a system or container.
Multipurpose Warmer (1)
Multipurpose Warmer
Warming unit in multiple configurations and with a wide variety of accessories according to the intended device, material, or solution to be heated.
Waste-Disposal Unit, Liquid (1)
Waste-Disposal Unit, Liquid
Unit to safely dispose of liquid waste.
Surgical Instrument Tracking System (1)
Surgical Instrument Tracking System
Security system that finds, tracks, monitors, and controls the movement of individual surgical instruments in the operating room and sterilization department.
Cardiac Stress Exercise Nuclear Medicine Study Software (1)
Cardiac Stress Exercise Nuclear Medicine Study Software
Nuclear medicine study software that takes, processes, and archives data and images taken from nuclear medicine studies.
Liver Function Nuclear Medicine Study Software (1)
Liver Function Nuclear Medicine Study Software
Software that takes, processes, and archives data and images taken from studies of the liver conducted on patients after injection of a radioactive substance in the bloodstream.
Pulmonary Function Nuclear Medicine Study Software (1)
Pulmonary Function Nuclear Medicine Study Software
Nuclear medicine study software that takes, processes, and archives data and images taken from lung studies.
Renal Function Nuclear Medicine Study Software (1)
Renal Function Nuclear Medicine Study Software
Nuclear medicine study software that takes, processes, and archives data and images taken from studies of the kidneys conducted on patients after injection of a radioactive substance in the bloodstream.
Thyroid Function Nuclear Medicine Study Software (1)
Thyroid Function Nuclear Medicine Study Software
Nuclear medicine study software that takes, processes, and archives data and images taken during studies of the thyroid gland
Bone Nuclear Medicine Study Software (1)
Bone Nuclear Medicine Study Software
Nuclear medicine study software that takes, processes, and archivse data and images taken from studies conducted on the patient's whole body.
Hair Clipper (1)
Hair Clipper
Scissor to cut hair above the skin surface.
Air Bubble Detector (1)
Air Bubble Detector
Detector that finds air bubbles, micro bubbles, or foam in extracorporeal perfusion lines or devices that administer blood and intravenous solutions into the vascular system.
Leg Rest (1)
Leg Rest
Device that supports and makse the legs comfortable while the user is sitting or lying.
Stopcock Manifold (1)
Stopcock Manifold
These manifold gives a simple and reliable way of interfacing more then one fluid or gas lines together through luer fittings.
Oxygen-Air Proportioner (1)
Oxygen-Air Proportioner
Device that mixes compressed air and oxygen to reach oxygen concentrations of 21% to 100% at either high- or low-output flows.
External Vascular Compressor (1)
External Vascular Compressor
Thin, curved sheet of radiolucent plastic for external compression of the internal spermatic vein.
Scalp Retractor (1)
Scalp Retractor
An instrument used to hold the flaps of skin on the scalp back during surgery.
Tissue Ablation System (1)
Tissue Ablation System
Ultrasound therapy system usually designed for thermal removal of tissue.
Cardiac Valve Prosthesis Sizer (1)
Cardiac Valve Prosthesis Sizer
Sizer to calculate and calibrate the annulus diameter and placement of cardiac valves to decide the suitable size of the replacement valve prosthesis to be implanted during a surgical procedure
Vascular Graft Sizer (1)
Vascular Graft Sizer
Sizer that calculates and calibrates the vascular lumen of a vessel that will be substituted by a vascular graft.
Dermatome (1)
Dermatome that extracts large, uniform-thickness skin grafts through electric power.
Muscle Compartment Manometer (1)
Muscle Compartment Manometer
Manometer that checks the pressure within a closed muscle compartment, usually in the foot, lower leg, or less commonly, in the forearm.
Oxygen Meter (1)
Oxygen Meter
Instrument that checks the saturation of dissolved oxygen in solutions.
Tracheostomy Care Kit (1)
Tracheostomy Care Kit
A kit with the necessary equipment to perform a tracheostomy.
Dry Ice Chest (1)
Dry Ice Chest
A refrigerator for cooling liquids.
Filtration System (1)
Filtration System
A system that removes particles, gas or liquid from another substance.
Dew-Point Monitor (1)
Dew-Point Monitor
Compressed-air monitor that measures and displays the temperature at which water vapor condenses.
Cryotherapy System (1)
Cryotherapy System
System for minimally invasive treatment of diseases by applying cold temperatures below the freezing point.
EEG Lead (1)
EEG Lead
Wire meant to be used along with electroencephalograph electrodes to record, monitor, and analyze the brain's electrical activity.
Electroshock Electrode (1)
Electroshock Electrode
Electrode that is placed on the scalp during electroshock treatment.
Radioactive Tracer Blood Flowmeter, Cerebral (1)
Radioactive Tracer Blood Flowmeter, Cerebral
Blood flowmeter that evaluates regional cerebral hemodynamics by calculating the concentration variations of a radioactive xenon tracer previously administered either by inhalation or by intravenous injection.
Transcranial Ultrasonic Blood Flowmeter (1)
Transcranial Ultrasonic Blood Flowmeter
Flowmeter for non-invasive calculations of blood flow in the main brain arteries.
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.
Data Recorder (1)
Data Recorder
Electronic storage recorder for archiving analog or digital electronic data information.
Stereotactic Headframe (1)
Stereotactic Headframe
Device that attaches to a patient's skull to permit exact localization of an area within the brain targeted for a neurosurgical or radiosurgical procedure.
Ventriculoscope (1)
Endoscope for evaluating the cerebral ventricles and for cauterizing the choroid plexus.
Vascular Clip Applier (1)
Vascular Clip Applier
Vascular clip applier that administers small atraumatic vascular clips for blood vessel ligature during a single surgical procedure to cease or prevent bleeding.
Biopsy Drill (1)
Biopsy Drill
Drill designed to remove a small portion of bone or cartilage for microscopic examination.
Neurosurgical Microscope (1)
Neurosurgical Microscope
Operating microscope with high mobility and pliability, using combinations of couplers, objectives, lenses, and body tubes for particular tasks in neurosurgery.
Back Orthosis (1)
Back Orthosis
Orthosis that supports, aligns, prevents, or corrects deformities or to enhance spinal function.
Percutaneous Diskectomy System (1)
Percutaneous Diskectomy System
Automated system that conducts partial percutaneous extraction of a vertebral disk.
Cervical Discectomy Punch (1)
Cervical Discectomy Punch
Spinal surgery punch that removes small portions of tissue from the cervical spine and/or posterior ligament.
Intervertebral Disk Rongeur (1)
Intervertebral Disk Rongeur
A surgical instrument used in intervetrebral disk surgery.
Surgical Bone Saw (1)
Surgical Bone Saw
Electric bone surgery saw that slices bone and other hard tissue using a toothed blade that reciprocates alternately along the machine axis.
Eye Enucleation Snare (1)
Eye Enucleation Snare
Snare that places and tightens fine gauge pliable alterable wire loops around the optical nerve for mechanical resection.
Aberrometer (1)
Ophthalmic measuring instrument that tests the eye's aberration.
Enucleator (1)
An instrument used to remove a tumor or eye, for example, whole from an enveloping cover or sac.
Nd:YAG Laser, Frequency-Doubled, Ophthalmic (1)
Nd:YAG Laser, Frequency-Doubled, Ophthalmic
Nd:YAG frequency-doubled laser used to perform photocoagulation in the eye and abnormal vascular tissue in the retina.
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.
Optical Tomography Laser Scanning System (1)
Optical Tomography Laser Scanning System
Laser scanning system that uses coherent light to obtain pictures of the underlying structure within the eye.
Biometry Optical Tomography Scanning Laser (1)
Biometry Optical Tomography Scanning Laser
Optical tomography laser scanning system to measure the characteristics of eye structures.
Tendon Approximator (1)
Tendon Approximator
Approximator that holds torn or resected portions of a tendon, grasping the tendon ends in an anatomically correct position without tension for the purpose of reattaching one portion to the other in order to complete the structure during a surgical procedure.
Fracture Bedpan (1)
Fracture Bedpan
Receptacle for urine and feces for patients confined to their beds.
Driver/Extractor (1)
Surgical driver/extractor that inserts and removes nails or pins into or from bones by applying linear force or exertion during orthopedic procedures.
Bone File (1)
Bone File
Metal tool with a roughened surface used to shape bones.
Goniometer (1)
Clinical goniometer is meant to measure the angle of displacement of a joint using mechanical gauges
Gouge (1)
A chisel with a concavo-convex cross section for removing portions of bone in surgery
Surgical Hand Drill (1)
Surgical Hand Drill
An orthopaedic surgical tool that is used to remove diseased areas and alien objects from bones and to drill holes into bone for implants.
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.
Surgical Site Irrigator (1)
Surgical Site Irrigator
Irrigator that delivers sterile solutions into the operating site during surgical procedures.
Ligature Passer (1)
Ligature Passer
Surgical instrument that pushes knot loops onto a body structure for a secure tie, usually with little pressure.
Raspatory (1)
Surgical instruments used to smooth the edges of a divided bone.
Orthopedic Reamer (1)
Orthopedic Reamer
Manual surgical instrument that opens and enlarges the medullary canal in order to place various devices during prosthesis implantation or fracture fixation procedures
Sternum Surgery Saw (1)
Sternum Surgery Saw
Reciprocating pneumatic bone surgery saw that cuts the elongated flattened bone forming the middle part of the thorax.
Surgical Helmet System (1)
Surgical Helmet System
Surgical helmet system is intended to protect healthcare workers and patients from cross-infection during surgery.
Bone Tap (1)
Bone Tap
An instrument for cutting a screw thread inside a drill hole in bone.
Tendon Stripper (1)
Tendon Stripper
A tendon stripper helps the doctor remove just the right amount and shape of tissue.
Tenotome (1)
A slender narrow-bladed surgical instrument mounted on a handle
Nasal Surgery Chisel (1)
Nasal Surgery Chisel
Nasal surgical chisel that incises and shapes cartilage of the nose during plastic surgery procedures.
Ear Surgery Curette (1)
Ear Surgery Curette
Surgical curette that extracts tissue by scraping within the outer ear and/or ear canal.
ENT Elevator (1)
ENT Elevator
A hand-held tool used during various ENT surgical or medical procedures.
Head Mirror (1)
Head Mirror
A circular concave mirror with a hole in its center to look through attached to a head band, used to project a beam of light into a cavity, such as the nose or larynx, for purposes of examination and permitting binocular vision.
Headrest (1)
The cushion part of a chair that offers head support during procedures
Middle Ear Knife (1)
Middle Ear Knife
Surgical knife for cutting the anatomical structures of the middle ear and the outer auditory canal.
Laryngoscope Blade (1)
Laryngoscope Blade
Removable distal part of a rigid laryngoscope that illuminates and displaces the lower pharynx, larynx, and upper trachea.
Laryngoscope Handle (1)
Laryngoscope Handle
Handle that grasps and supplies power to a laryngoscope blade.
Artificial Larynx (1)
Artificial Larynx
Speech aid device that creates sounds similar to the normal voice produced by vocal cords during speech.
Binocular Loupe (1)
Binocular Loupe
Loupe that is worn close to the practitioner's eyes to give stereo-optic visual magnification of the patient during medical examinations or procedures.
Malleus Nipper (1)
Malleus Nipper
Surgical instrument that snips/cuts small pieces of rigid bony tissue from a tiny bone shaped like a mallet found in the middle ear.
Surgical Punch (1)
Surgical Punch
Surgical punch that cuts a portion of tissue from surrounding anatomic structures.
Middle Ear Rasp (1)
Middle Ear Rasp
Small, metal, file-like instrument with a textured surface designed to scrape and smooth the bony structures of the inner ear.
Surgical Scissors (1)
Surgical Scissors
Surgical scissor that incises and/or dissects tissues.
Sialoscope (1)
Endoscope that is placed into the natural orifice or surgical opening into the salivary duct for visual examination, biopsy, and extraction or crushing of stones.
Ear Snare (1)
Ear Snare
Snare that places and tightens fine-gauge pliable, alterable, wire loops around an area of the ear canal or Eustachian tube tissue for mechanical resection.
Nasal Snare (1)
Nasal Snare
Snare that places and tightens fine-gauge, pliable, alterable wire loops around an area of nasal tissue for mechanical or electrosurgical resection and hemostasis.
Tonsil Snare (1)
Tonsil Snare
Snare that places and tightens fine-gauge, pliable, alterable, wire loops around the tonsils for mechanical resection.
Tonsillectome (1)
A surgical instrument for excising the tonsils
Laryngeal Trocar (1)
Laryngeal Trocar
Surgical instrument with a sharp pyramidal or conical tip that pierces body cavities during ear, nose and throat surgery.
Forced-Air Blanket (1)
Forced-Air Blanket
Blanket typically from plastic material with channels for blowing air over the patient.
Tracheostomy Tube Cuff (1)
Tracheostomy Tube Cuff
A device used to provide an airtight seal between a tracheal tube and a patient's trachea.
Adenoid Curette (1)
Adenoid Curette
Surgical curette used to extract tissue by cutting the adenoid glands.
Inspiratory Pressure Manometer (1)
Inspiratory Pressure Manometer
Manometer that calculates the maximum negative pressure generated orally against a blocked airway or through the mouth after the complete expiration of residual volume subsequent to a single inspiration of maximum effort.
Intravascular Warming Unit (1)
Intravascular Warming Unit
Unit to cool and/or rewarm a patient by circulating liquid through an intravascular catheter, controlling the patient's core temperature by heat exchange between the blood and the saline solution through the balloon wall, without perfusion of fluids into the body or drawing blood.
Hemorrhoid Clamps (1)
Hemorrhoid Clamps
Vascular surgical clamps for the atraumatic compression of varicose dilatations of a vein in the rectum, typically to cause temporary occlusion in surgical procedures.
Rectal Dilator (1)
Rectal Dilator
A rectal dilator is a manual medical tool designed to help train the anus to relax to a greater degree. 
Guide Wire External Torque Device (1)
Guide Wire External Torque Device
Device for manual delivery of rotatory forces to the external end of a high-torque guide wire commonly during vascular procedures.
Snare Wire Guides (1)
Snare Wire Guides
Guides that positions and directs wires through snare instruments.
Drape (1)
A drape hung in patient rooms with heat reflective properties to reduce window heat from affecting room temperature.
Encephaloscope (1)
Endoscope for insertion through a hole in the skull into one of the cavities of the brain for visual examination, biopsy, and treatment of lesions of the brain, particularly in surgical procedures.
Endoscopic Inflation Bulb (1)
Endoscopic Inflation Bulb
An accessory of the endoscope which by air inflation permits an enlargement of the cavity of the organ which is examined
Perfusion Heat Exchanger (1)
Perfusion Heat Exchanger
Heat exchanger that warms blood, usually by delivering heat across a membrane.
Anesthesia Information System (1)
Anesthesia Information System
Data management information system provides clinical and administrative information regarding anesthesia administration.
Dermatologic Dye Laser (1)
Dermatologic Dye Laser
Dye laser for treatment of pigmented skin lesions and other skin diseases.
Rongeur (1)
A strongly constructed instrument with a sharp-edged, scoop-shaped tip, used for gouging out bone.
Spreader (1)
A rib spreader is a type of retractor specifically designed to separate ribs in thoracic surgery.
Medical-Surgical String (1)
Medical-Surgical String
A string used in medical procedures to suture up wounds or surgical openings.
Electrosurgical Unit Tester (1)
Electrosurgical Unit Tester
Tester that reviews the functionality of electrosurgical units.
Phlebotomy Tray (1)
Phlebotomy Tray
A portable procedure tray with test tube racks for their organization, management and transport.
Kidney Forceps (1)
Kidney Forceps
A kidney forcep is a handheld, hinged instrument used for grasping and holding objects in the kidney.
Endoscopic Needle Holder (1)
Endoscopic Needle Holder
Needle holder that sutures through an endoscope, cannula, sleeve, or other appropriate device during minimally invasive surgical procedures.
Urethral Sound (1)
Urethral Sound
A device is designed to be inserted into the male or female urethra, for the purpose of stretching or unblocking a stricture.