Anesthesiology - Medical Devices in South Africa

Medical Equipment Categories
Syringe (17)
Syringe
Syringe is often used to administer injections, insert intravenous drugs into the bloodstream, apply compounds such as glue or lubricant, and measure liquids.
Blood Pressure Monitor (13)
Blood Pressure Monitor
Automatic electronic non-invasive blood-pressure meters and monitors, also other non-invasive parameters.
Pulse Oximeter (8)
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.
Nebulizer (7)
Nebulizer
A device that delivers medication as a mist to be inhaled into the lungs.
Glove (7)
Glove
Glove used by healthcare workers during surgery.
Intravenous Line Connector (7)
Intravenous Line Connector
Intravenous line connector that gives access to an IV infusion set or catheter port from a needleless mechanism.
Infusion Pump Administration Set (7)
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.
Physiologic Monitoring System (6)
Physiologic Monitoring System
Physiologic monitoring system to continuously track vital physiologic parameters in critical care conditions.
Stretcher (5)
Stretcher
Hospital stretchers for patient transportation within a healthcare facility, usually in a supine or prone position.
Gown (5)
Gown
Disposable medical gown that is worn once then thrown away.
Adhesive Tape (5)
Adhesive Tape
Sticking tape made of natural, semi-synthetic or synthetic fibers.
Infusion Pump (4)
Infusion Pump
Infusion pumps for general-purpose liquid delivery.
Patient Monitor (4)
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.
Laryngoscope (4)
Laryngoscope
Respiratory tract endoscope to be inserted through the mouth into the air tract for visual examination, biopsy, and treatment of lesions of the larynx.
ECG Lead (4)
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.
Instrument Tray (4)
Instrument Tray
Flat open container for carrying and storing sterile surgical instruments.
Shoe Cover (4)
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.
Blood Pressure Cuff (4)
Blood Pressure Cuff
Device that has an inflating and deflating bladder in an inelastic sleeve.
Surgical Head Covering (4)
Surgical Head Covering
Head garment for operating room personnel to keep their hair from contaminating the surgical site.
Infant Warmer (3)
Infant Warmer
Radiant heat warming units for infants and newborns.
pH Meter/Monitor (3)
pH Meter/Monitor
A pH meter is an electronic instrument used to measure and monitor the pH of a liquid.
Breathing Circuit Adapter (3)
Breathing Circuit Adapter
An adapter attaches a patient's breathing circuit to a ventilator.
Analgesic Infusion Pump, Patient-Controlled (3)
Analgesic Infusion Pump, Patient-Controlled
Infusion pump that administers a chosen amount of analgesic drug on demand.
Scissors (3)
Scissors
Scissors that cut bandage, gauze, and dressing.
Sharps Disposal Unit (3)
Sharps Disposal Unit
Puncture-resistant container used to dispose sharp objects used in medical treatment and procedures.
Cable/Lead (3)
Cable/Lead
An electric cable that delivers electricity to medical devices and equipment.
Laryngoscope Blade (3)
Laryngoscope Blade
Removable distal part of a rigid laryngoscope that illuminates and displaces the lower pharynx, larynx, and upper trachea.
Laryngeal Mask Artificial Airway (3)
Laryngeal Mask Artificial Airway
Artificial airway used for insertion through the mouth into the pharynx, creating a peri-pharyngeal seal while allowing the passage of oxygen to the lungs.
Vascular Catheter (3)
Vascular Catheter
A thin flexible plastic tube that is inserted into a patient's vein and remains there for repeated access to the vein
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.
Thermometer Probe (3)
Thermometer Probe
The part of the thermometer which enters the body in order to check temperature.
Breathing Monitor (2)
Breathing Monitor
Bedside monitors for continuous measurement of carbon dioxide and/or oxygen.
Thermometer (2)
Thermometer
A device that measures temperature or temperature gradient using a variety of different principles.
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.
Mist Tent (2)
Mist Tent
Tent that gives a suspension of liquid or solid particles for the patient to breath.
Monitor Mount (2)
Monitor Mount
A fastening system that secures a monitor to a wall, table or stand.
Pressure Transducer (2)
Pressure Transducer
An electronic device that turns blood pressure into electrical signals that is recorded graphically for monitoring purposes.
Hypodermic Syringe (2)
Hypodermic Syringe
Small-caliber plunger syringe that administers liquids through a hollow needle beneath the skin.
Gas Scavenger (2)
Gas Scavenger
A device for removing exhaled or leaked anesthetic gases or other volatile agents, thus reducing the exposure of operating room personnel to such agents, as well as preventing the buildup of potentially explosive mixtures in operating rooms or laboratories. 
Gas/Vapor Sampler (2)
Gas/Vapor Sampler
Environmental sampler that obtains gas and/or vapor samples from the air.
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.
Vital Signs Physiologic Monitoring Software (2)
Vital Signs Physiologic Monitoring Software
Physiologic monitoring software used to run vital sign monitors, control/monitor a limited number of their capabilities, and/or process data taken while monitoring.
ECG Physiologic Recording Software (2)
ECG Physiologic Recording Software
Physiologic recording software for later processing of electrocardiography data taken during recording.
Patient Transfer Board (2)
Patient Transfer Board
Board that helps in transfering the patient between two close surfaces.
Syringe Driver (2)
Syringe Driver
A small infusion pump used to gradually deliver small amounts of fluid to a patient or for chemical and biomedical research.
Intravenous Pole (2)
Intravenous Pole
Slender stand to suspend containers of liquid for intravenous delivery to patients.
Sphygmomanometer, Mercury (2)
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.
Stopcock (2)
Stopcock
Device that normalizes and/or stops fluid flow through a conduit or at its outlet.
Oxygen Meter (2)
Oxygen Meter
Instrument that checks the saturation of dissolved oxygen in solutions.
EEG Physiologic Monitor Module (2)
EEG Physiologic Monitor Module
Module of a physiologic monitor, along with associated devices, to take, calculate, and process information for the intention of continuously observing electrical signals produced by the brain and the related electroencephalogram.
Medicine Cabinet (2)
Medicine Cabinet
Healthcare cabinet that stores medicines and other frequently used, disposable products.
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.
Laryngoscope Handle (2)
Laryngoscope Handle
Handle that grasps and supplies power to a laryngoscope blade.
Patient Humidifier (2)
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.
Capnograph (2)
Capnograph
Graphic recorder that collects, recording data and displays it on a graph showing carbon dioxide content during the inspiratory/expiratory cycle in the form of a graph.
Treatment Cabinet (2)
Treatment Cabinet
Cabinet that stores, displays, and provides ready access to small articles in medical treatment and other medical procedures.
Anesthesia Information System (2)
Anesthesia Information System
Data management information system provides clinical and administrative information regarding anesthesia administration.
Neuromuscular Block Monitoring Module (2)
Neuromuscular Block Monitoring Module
Module that is part of a physiologic monitor, that along with related devices, takes, measures, and processes information for continuously monitoring the level of neuromuscular block.
Emergency Cart (1)
Emergency Cart
Carts with appropriate features for emergency cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedures.
Warming Cabinet (1)
Warming Cabinet
Warming devices for blankets and other items.
Apnea Monitor (1)
Apnea Monitor
Devices which detect breathing stops (apnea).
Oxygen Monitor (1)
Oxygen Monitor
Oxygen monitors with electrochemical sensors.
Patient Warmer (1)
Patient Warmer
A device for warming patients by a warmed airflow or electric pads.
Syringe Pump (1)
Syringe Pump
Intravenous, controlled low-dose infusion pumps.
Temperature Monitor (1)
Temperature Monitor
Temperature monitors for bedside use.
Anesthesia Machine (1)
Anesthesia Machine
Ventilator device transferring specified gas mixtures to patient during anesthesia.
Instrument Cart (1)
Instrument Cart
Surgical supply carts for sterile/contaminated material.
Anesthesia Cart (1)
Anesthesia Cart
Carts for use during anesthesia procedures with appropriate storage space.
Safety Eyewear (1)
Safety Eyewear
Eyeglasses that guard the eyes from hazardous mechanical and/or light intensity/frequency conditions, improving user safety.
Medical Gas Cylinder (1)
Medical Gas Cylinder
A pressure vessel used to store gases at above atmospheric pressure.
Artificial Airway Humidifier (1)
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.
Ultrasonic Transducer (1)
Ultrasonic Transducer
Transducer that converts electrical signals into mechanical energy in the form of sound and vice versa.
Thoracic Aspirator (1)
Thoracic Aspirator
Aspirator that gives suction for evacuation of gas, body fluids, or foreign materials that may collect between the lung and chest wall.
Capnometer (1)
Capnometer
Measuring instrument for direct assesment and display of the carbon dioxide saturation either in a patient's exhaled gas, in body cavities, and/or in body tissues.
Nitrous Oxide Dosimeter (1)
Nitrous Oxide Dosimeter
A device that calculates exposure to Nitrous Oxide.
Demand Valve (1)
Demand Valve
A demand valve provides a safe and effective means of delivering an oxygen concentration to ventilate non-breathing or respiratory distressed patients
Patient Transfer Stretcher (1)
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.
Oxygen Depletion Alarm (1)
Oxygen Depletion Alarm
Alarm used to activate sound and/or visual warnings when oxygen concentration drops to below normal.
Facility Boom (1)
Facility Boom
Facility boom is used to organize and support hospital utility services and medical devices.
Gas Manifold (1)
Gas Manifold
A Gas manifold is a systematic arrangement of valves, regulators and other gas components for the purpose of delivery gas at a regulated pressure from a portable source.
Anesthesia Instrument Table (1)
Anesthesia Instrument Table
Table designed for the anesthetic's use during general anesthetist surgical procedures.
Operating Room Automation System (1)
Operating Room Automation System
Automation system that manages multiple operating-room equipment via a common interface.
Physiologic Monitor Data Interface Unit (1)
Physiologic Monitor Data Interface Unit
Data interface unit that permits communication between a physiologic monitor and a computer or computer peripherals, giving data download functionalities to the monitor and real-time numerical and/or graphical data computer processing.
Physiologic Recording Software (1)
Physiologic Recording Software
Physiologic recording software for later processing of physiologic data taken during recording.
Medicine Storage Cabinet (1)
Medicine Storage Cabinet
Cabinet that holds medicines and toiletries.
Infusion Controller (1)
Infusion Controller
Infusion controller monitors the amount and speed with which fluid is infused.
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.
Patient Transfer Aids (1)
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.
Positive Airway Pressure Unit (1)
Positive Airway Pressure Unit
Device that applies positive airway pressure at two different adjustable levels during each breathing cycle, giving independent pressures during inhalation and exhalation while the patient is breathing naturally.
Tracheostomy Care Kit (1)
Tracheostomy Care Kit
A kit with the necessary equipment to perform a tracheostomy.
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.
Transcranial Ultrasonic Blood Flowmeter (1)
Transcranial Ultrasonic Blood Flowmeter
Flowmeter for non-invasive calculations of blood flow in the main brain arteries.
Data Recorder (1)
Data Recorder
Electronic storage recorder for archiving analog or digital electronic data information.
Tracheal Tube Stylet (1)
Tracheal Tube Stylet
Device that gives stability to a tracheal tube during intubation procedures.
Emergency Aspirator (1)
Emergency Aspirator
Aspirator that extracts obstructing secretions, blood, or vomit from a patient's airway to keep air passages to the lungs open and to permit spontaneous or mechanical ventilation.
Tracheostomy Tube Cuff (1)
Tracheostomy Tube Cuff
A device used to provide an airtight seal between a tracheal tube and a patient's trachea.
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.
Tracheal Tube Introducers (1)
Tracheal Tube Introducers
The Introducer is designed to assist with tube placement during difficult intubations.
Tracheostomy Tube Adapter (1)
Tracheostomy Tube Adapter
An adapter which is fitted between the valve and the tracheostomy tube.
Aerosol Generator (1)
Aerosol Generator
Device that creates gaseous suspensions of very small particles of a liquid or solid.
Gastric Aspirator (1)
Gastric Aspirator
Aspirator that removes gastric secretions and toxic solutions from the stomach through intermittent vacuum suction.
Pulse Oximeter Probe (1)
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 (1)
Pressure/ Vacuum Regulator
The vacuum regulator is a small, portable unit or device which is ideal for many applications requiring vacuum regulation.