Cardiothoracic Surgery - Medical Devices in Singapore

Medical Equipment Categories
Blood Pressure Monitor (14)
Blood Pressure Monitor
Automatic electronic non-invasive blood-pressure meters and monitors, also other non-invasive parameters.
Glove (11)
Glove
Glove used by healthcare workers during surgery.
Gown (11)
Gown
Disposable medical gown that is worn once then thrown away.
Surgical Instruments (8)
Surgical Instruments
A variety of tools which serve the surgeons while operating.
Surgical Light (6)
Surgical Light
Light that illuminates the surgical site, for optimal visualization of small, low-contrast objects at varying depths or through small incisions.
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.
Facility Boom (5)
Facility Boom
Facility boom is used to organize and support hospital utility services and medical devices.
Sharps Disposal Unit (5)
Sharps Disposal Unit
Puncture-resistant container used to dispose sharp objects used in medical treatment and procedures.
Neonatal Patient Monitor (5)
Neonatal Patient Monitor
Physiologic monitor for continuous observation of vital physiologic parameters of newborns and infants.
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.
Cardiology Information System (4)
Cardiology Information System
Data management information system that records, processes, and shows clinical and administrative data connected with the cardiac status of patients.
Thoracic Trocar (4)
Thoracic Trocar
A sharp-pointed instrument equipped with a cannula, used to puncture the wall of an organ and withdraw fluid during thoracic surgery.
Intravenous Pole (4)
Intravenous Pole
Slender stand to suspend containers of liquid for intravenous delivery to patients.
Automated Suture Unit (4)
Automated Suture Unit
Suture unit that administers conventional sutures to tissue with lowered operator intervention.
Safety Eyewear (3)
Safety Eyewear
Eyeglasses that guard the eyes from hazardous mechanical and/or light intensity/frequency conditions, improving user safety.
Pressure Transducer (3)
Pressure Transducer
An electronic device that turns blood pressure into electrical signals that is recorded graphically for monitoring purposes.
Smoke Evacuation System (3)
Smoke Evacuation System
Surgical smoke evacuation system that combines all functional elements in a single, transportable stand-alone unit.
Oxygenator (2)
Oxygenator
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 (2)
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.
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.
Cardiac Output Unit (2)
Cardiac Output Unit
Instrument that checks the volume and flow rate of blood pumped by the heart.
Cardiotomy Reservoir (2)
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 (2)
Cardiac Retractor
A surgical instrument used to hold back sections of the heart or the edges of an incision in the heart.
Hypodermic Syringe (2)
Hypodermic Syringe
Small-caliber plunger syringe that administers liquids through a hollow needle beneath the skin.
Operating Room Automation System (2)
Operating Room Automation System
Automation system that manages multiple operating-room equipment via a common interface.
Operating Microscope Video Image Processor (2)
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.
Circulatory Assist Unit, Peripheral Compression (2)
Circulatory Assist Unit, Peripheral Compression
Peripheral circulatory assist unit for occasional compression.
Cable/Lead (2)
Cable/Lead
An electric cable that delivers electricity to medical devices and equipment.
Perioperative Management Information System (2)
Perioperative Management Information System
Information system that provides clinical and administrative information connected to the perioperative process, including preoperative evaluations and documentation, intraoperative documentation, and postoperative nursing assessment and pain monitoring.
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.
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.
Surgical Apron (2)
Surgical Apron
Apron worn to protect clothing during surgery.
Microsurgical Instrument (2)
Microsurgical Instrument
An instrument designed for microsurgery.
Laser - CO2 (1)
Laser - CO2
Carbon dioxide lasers for use in general surgery and dermatology.
Microscope, Operating (1)
Microscope, Operating
Operating microscopes for high magnification in surgery.
Temperature Monitor (1)
Temperature Monitor
Temperature monitors for bedside use.
Ultrasound, Cardiac (1)
Ultrasound, Cardiac
Cardiac ultrasonic scanning systems.
Endoscope Light Source (1)
Endoscope Light Source
Fiberoptic light sources for endoscopes.
Ventricular Assist Device (1)
Ventricular Assist Device
Circulatory aid unit that helps one of the ventricles of a damaged or weakened heart to pump blood.
Pacemaker Tester (1)
Pacemaker Tester
Tester that assesses the performance of implantable pacemakers; they are typically intended to measure, evaluate, display, and/or record a set of pacemaker parameters and/or visual waveforms, such as amplitude, pulse rate, and pulse width of the pacing current signal.
Laboratory Pump (1)
Laboratory Pump
Pump designed to transfer or deliver fluids to support environmental conditions or to perform specific tasks required in clinical laboratories.
Thoracoscope (1)
Thoracoscope
An endoscope for examining the pleural cavity through an intercostal space.
Pressure Transducer Adapter Cable (1)
Pressure Transducer Adapter Cable
Cable that translates one form of energy to another and transmit them as an electrical signal to a device.
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.
Rib Ritractor (1)
Rib Ritractor
Rib cardiac retractor is a hand-cranked device that forcefully drive the rib tissues apart to obtain the necessary exposure during surgery
Thoracic Retractor (1)
Thoracic Retractor
Thoracic retractor is a hand-cranked device that forcefully drive thoracic tissues apart to obtain the necessary exposure during surgery.
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.
External Pacemaker Analyzer (1)
External Pacemaker Analyzer
Designed to assess the performance of external pacemakers that use invasive or noninvasive electrodes.
Spatula (1)
Spatula
Instrument that is used to remove cells or tissues from a surface or cavity, spread materials on a surface, or mix them.
Sponge Counter (1)
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.
External Vascular Compressor (1)
External Vascular Compressor
Thin, curved sheet of radiolucent plastic for external compression of the internal spermatic vein.
Injection Needle (1)
Injection Needle
Needle that injects fluid under the skin and/or other soft tissues.
Bubble Trap (1)
Bubble Trap
Bubble Trap attaches to laboratory tubing to remove air bubbles that interfere with flow system and produce errors or cause columns to run dry.
Water-Jet Surgical Unit (1)
Water-Jet Surgical Unit
Surgical unit that performs surgery using jets of high-pressure water or water solutions.
Nerve Fiber Ablation System (1)
Nerve Fiber Ablation System
Radio-frequency therapy system used for selective excision of nerve pain fibers.
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.
Fiberoptic Laser Delivery System (1)
Fiberoptic Laser Delivery System
Laser delivery system consisting of optic fibers used to deliver laser energy of visible and near-infrared wavelengths.
Waveguide Laser Delivery System (1)
Waveguide Laser Delivery System
Laser delivery system constructed of rigid hollow tubes used to deliver laser energy from the laser source to the tissue
Suturing Guide (1)
Suturing Guide
A surgical device that organizes and secures sutures during surgery to help prevent suture entanglement and reduce clutter.
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.
Surgical Handpiece (1)
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.
Tracheal Dilator (1)
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.
Forced-Air Blanket (1)
Forced-Air Blanket
Blanket typically from plastic material with channels for blowing air over the patient.
Hemofiltration Devices & Accessories (1)
Hemofiltration Devices & Accessories
Devices used for autotransfusion, to collects blood lost by a patient for subsequent reinfusion into the same patient without processing.
Treatment Cabinet (1)
Treatment Cabinet
Cabinet that stores, displays, and provides ready access to small articles in medical treatment and other medical procedures.
Fixed Loop Instrument (1)
Fixed Loop Instrument
Fixed loop instrument that holds and removes arteriosclerotic accumulation from the lumen of an artery wall during surgical procedures.
Argon-Enhanced Coagulation System (1)
Argon-Enhanced Coagulation System
Unit that delivers argon gas for argon-fortified coagulation.
Implantable Defribrillator Lead (1)
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 (1)
Transcutaneous Blood Gas Monitor
Bedside monitor to continuously check the partial pressure of carbon dioxide, oxygen, or both at the skin surface.
Extracorporeal Pump (1)
Extracorporeal Pump
Pump for extracorporeal gas exchange and reinfusion of blood, usually during heart-lung bypass procedures.
Spreader (1)
Spreader
A rib spreader is a type of retractor specifically designed to separate ribs in thoracic surgery.
Stylet (1)
Stylet
A wire run through a catheter or cannula to render it stiff or to remove debris from its lumen.
Intraoperative Pacemaker Tester (1)
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 (1)
Voltage Transformer
An instrument whose primary winding is connected in parallel with a circuit in which the voltage is to be measured or controlled.