Cardiology - Medical Devices in South Africa

Medical Equipment Categories
Blood Pressure Monitor (13)
Blood Pressure Monitor
Automatic electronic non-invasive blood-pressure meters and monitors, also other non-invasive parameters.
ECG (10)
ECG
Multichannel and interpretive electrocardiographs for on-site analysis.
Physiologic Monitoring System (6)
Physiologic Monitoring System
Physiologic monitoring system to continuously track vital physiologic parameters in critical care conditions.
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.
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.
Interpretative Electrocardiograph (4)
Interpretative Electrocardiograph
Multichannel electrocardiograph that takes and evaluates the electrical signals of the cardiac activity by computer using an internal algorithm.
Blood Pressure Cuff (4)
Blood Pressure Cuff
Device that has an inflating and deflating bladder in an inelastic sleeve.
Cardiology Information System (3)
Cardiology Information System
Data management information system that records, processes, and shows clinical and administrative data connected with the cardiac status of patients.
Cable/Lead (3)
Cable/Lead
An electric cable that delivers electricity to medical devices and equipment.
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.
Neonatal Patient Monitor (3)
Neonatal Patient Monitor
Physiologic monitor for continuous observation of vital physiologic parameters of newborns and infants.
Glucose Monitor (2)
Glucose Monitor
Point-of-Care whole blood analyzers measuring glucose concentration in blood.
Blood POC Analyzer (2)
Blood POC Analyzer
Point-Of-Care analyzers for hemotological tests.
Ultrasound, Cardiac (2)
Ultrasound, Cardiac
Cardiac ultrasonic scanning systems.
External Automated Defibrillator (2)
External Automated Defibrillator
External automated defibrillators which can be operated by non medical personnel.
CT Scanner (2)
CT Scanner
Radiographic computed tomography systems (CT) for total body scanning.
Stethoscope (2)
Stethoscope
Acoustic devices for listening to internal sounds (auscultation). Often used to listen to heart sounds, intestines and blood flow in arteries and veins. Electronic stethoscope (stethophones) electronically amplify body sounds.
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.
ECG Transmitter/Receiver System (2)
ECG Transmitter/Receiver System
System that submits and receives electrocardiographic signals through telephone channels.
Hypodermic Syringe (2)
Hypodermic Syringe
Small-caliber plunger syringe that administers liquids through a hollow needle beneath the skin.
Electrocardiography Electronic Recording Processor (2)
Electrocardiography Electronic Recording Processor
Data processor that takes and processes digital data received from electrocardiographic signals that used to be electronically recorded.
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.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Emergency Kit (2)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Emergency Kit
A collection of instruments and materials needed to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Mobile Radiographic Unit (2)
Mobile Radiographic Unit
Radiographic unit that includes a manually driven or motor-driven wheeled cart that transports an x-ray generator, an x-ray tube and tube stand, collimators, and a film cassette storage drawer.
Blood Gas Analyzer, POC (1)
Blood Gas Analyzer, POC
Blood testing devices for use at Point-Of-Care.
Emergency Cart (1)
Emergency Cart
Carts with appropriate features for emergency cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedures.
Cardiac Electrophysiologic Monitor (1)
Cardiac Electrophysiologic Monitor
Cardiac electrophysiology monitoring/recording system.
Ultrasonic Fetal Monitor (1)
Ultrasonic Fetal Monitor
Ultrasonic fetal heart detectors.
Digital Angiography (1)
Digital Angiography
Digital imaging systems that convert input signal to visual display.
C-Arm (1)
C-Arm
Mobile radiographic and fluoroscopic units.
MRI (1)
MRI
Magnetic Resonance Imaging scanning units (stationary).
PET/CT (1)
PET/CT
Computed Tomography Positron Emission Tomography (PET/CT) scanning systems generate PET and CT images of a patient in a single study.
ECG Scanner (1)
ECG Scanner
Scanners that analyze and display recorded data from ECG holters/recorders.
Training Manikin (1)
Training Manikin
Anatomically correct model of the human body or parts for medical training.
Sphygmomanometer (1)
Sphygmomanometer
A device used to measure blood pressure, comprising of an inflatable cuff to restrict blood flow, and a mercury or mechanical manometer to measure the pressure.
Defibrillator Tester (1)
Defibrillator Tester
Testing instrument to evaluate the proper function of external manually operated defibrillators and cardioverters, semi automated and automated defibrillators.
Ultrasonic Fetal Heart Detector (1)
Ultrasonic Fetal Heart Detector
Fetal heart detector that uses ultrasonic waves to give audible and/or visual information.
Contrast Media Injector (1)
Contrast Media Injector
Contrast media injector is designed to introduce dye through a small catheter into the vascular system for angiographic studies.
Ultrasonic Transducer (1)
Ultrasonic Transducer
Transducer that converts electrical signals into mechanical energy in the form of sound and vice versa.
ECG Simulator (1)
ECG Simulator
Cardiac simulator that mimics the electrical signals of the normal sinus rhythms of the heart.
Facility Boom (1)
Facility Boom
Facility boom is used to organize and support hospital utility services and medical devices.
Cardiology Picture Archiving and Communication System (CPACS) (1)
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.
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.
Angiographic/Cardiovascular Image Digitization System Software (1)
Angiographic/Cardiovascular Image Digitization System Software
Image digitization system software that runs systems that process and store digital angiographic or cardiovascular data and images taken from an external source and monitors a limited number of the system capabilities.
Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study Software (1)
Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study Software
Magnetic resonance imaging study software that acquires, process, and archives data and images taken during studies meant for cardiac evaluation.
Cardiac Catheterization Workstation Management Software (1)
Cardiac Catheterization Workstation Management Software
Software that runs cardiac catheterization workstations, controls/monitors a limited number of their capabilities, and processes data and images taken during the catheterization procedure.
Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory Workstation (1)
Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory Workstation
Workstation that processes and stores digital data and images taken by monitors and/or recorders used in a cardiac catheterization laboratory, meant to locate and identify irregularities in the heart and its vasculature, the aorta, or the vena cava, as well as to define the size or severity of lesions.
PACS Workstation (1)
PACS Workstation
Workstation that processes and stores digital images and data taken by one or more diagnostic imaging systems, as well as computed radiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and ultrasound scanners
Circulatory Assist Unit, Peripheral Compression (1)
Circulatory Assist Unit, Peripheral Compression
Peripheral circulatory assist unit for occasional compression.
Circulatory Assist Unit, Intra-Aortic Balloon (1)
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.
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.
Ventriculoscope (1)
Ventriculoscope
Endoscope for evaluating the cerebral ventricles and for cauterizing the choroid plexus.
Mobile Radiographic/Fluoroscopic Unit (1)
Mobile Radiographic/Fluoroscopic Unit
Radiographic/fluoroscopic unit typically includes two wheeled carts, one supporting the C-arm and the control console and the other holding display monitors and image processing and recording devices.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training Manikin (1)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training Manikin
Training manikin that used in life-saving treatment training, such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, rescue breathing, and choking first-aid.
Rehabilitation Chair (1)
Rehabilitation Chair
Chair that helps patients hold a posture that helpful in their rehabilitation and mobilization.
Multiparameter Patient Monitor (1)
Multiparameter Patient Monitor
Bedside physiologic monitor that is customized to use one or more individual and/or multiparameter physiologic monitor modules.