Otolaryngology - Medical Devices in South Africa

Medical Equipment Categories
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.
Operating Table (3)
Operating Table
General purpose operating tables with adjustable segments.
Eyeglasses (3)
Eyeglasses
Device with two lenses held in a frame sits before the eyes to aid vision.
Headlight (3)
Headlight
Device to be worn on a user's head that gives a light source to help personel see during surgical, diagnostic, or therapeutic procedures.
Laryngoscope Blade (3)
Laryngoscope Blade
Removable distal part of a rigid laryngoscope that illuminates and displaces the lower pharynx, larynx, and upper trachea.
Power Exam Table (2)
Power Exam Table
Treatment and examination tables with height and position adjustments.
Manual Exam Table (2)
Manual Exam Table
Treatment and examination tables with height/position adjustments.
Exam Light (2)
Exam Light
A high power lamp intended for illuminating the examined area. Sometimes used for various small operations and other medical purposes.
Hypodermic Syringe (2)
Hypodermic Syringe
Small-caliber plunger syringe that administers liquids through a hollow needle beneath the skin.
Endoscopic Light Source (2)
Endoscopic Light Source
Fiberoptic light source that can be connected through a pliable fiberoptic cable to a stiff endoscope.
Intravenous Pole (2)
Intravenous Pole
Slender stand to suspend containers of liquid for intravenous delivery to patients.
Tuning Fork (2)
Tuning Fork
A device used by medical practitioners to assess a patient's hearing. 
Storage Cabinet (2)
Storage Cabinet
Cabinet for storing various products at a healthcare facility.
Laryngoscope Handle (2)
Laryngoscope Handle
Handle that grasps and supplies power to a laryngoscope blade.
Laryngeal Mirror (2)
Laryngeal Mirror
An item used for viewing the larynx and surrounding area of the throat.
Aural Speculum (2)
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.
Nasal Speculum (2)
Nasal Speculum
Speculum used to enlarge the nasal cavity for examination and treatment of the inner surface of the nasal cavity.
Treatment Cabinet (2)
Treatment Cabinet
Cabinet that stores, displays, and provides ready access to small articles in medical treatment and other medical procedures.
Argon Coagulator (1)
Argon Coagulator
Electrosurgical units capable of delivering argon gas for coagulation purposes.
Electrosurgical Unit (1)
Electrosurgical Unit
Monopolar and bipolar electrosurgical devices.
Safety Eyewear (1)
Safety Eyewear
Eyeglasses that guard the eyes from hazardous mechanical and/or light intensity/frequency conditions, improving user safety.
Hearing Aid (1)
Hearing Aid
A miniature device which collects and amplifies audio frequencies, to enable deaf or hard-of-hearing people to hear sounds, voices and music in a rather normal way.
Gag (1)
Gag
A device used to hold the patient's mouth open when working in the oral cavity, or to force the mouth open when it cannot open naturally.
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.
Endoscopic Aspirator/Irrigator (1)
Endoscopic Aspirator/Irrigator
Aspirators/irrigator that gives irrigation and removes fluids, tissue, and foreign substances from a body cavity through an endoscope.
Endoscopic Telescope (1)
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.
Endoscopic Picture Archiving and Communication System (1)
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.
Facility Boom (1)
Facility Boom
Facility boom is used to organize and support hospital utility services and medical devices.
Operating Microscope Video Image Processor (1)
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.
Newborn Auditory Function Screening Device (1)
Newborn Auditory Function Screening Device
Auditory function screening device identifies hearing loss in new borns.
Evoked-Potential Recorder (1)
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.
Saw Blade (1)
Saw Blade
Blade that is the cutting component of a manually operated rotatory electric or pneumatic saw to cut materials, objects, or anatomic structures.
Gouge (1)
Gouge
A chisel with a concavo-convex cross section for removing portions of bone in surgery
Fiberoptic Retractor (1)
Fiberoptic Retractor
Retractor suited with a fiberoptic light source that is used to give light to surgical site.
Adenotome (1)
Adenotome
Surgical instrument that cuts hypertrophic lymphoid tissue in the nasopharynx.
Middle Ear Analyzer (1)
Middle Ear Analyzer
Physiologic analyzer that calculates and assesses some physical characteristics of the ear's conductive apparatus, particularly the detection of middle-ear fluid.
Middle Ear Surgery Chisel (1)
Middle Ear Surgery Chisel
Middle-ear surgical chisel that penetrates the protruding part of the bone found in the skull behind the ear
Cannula Clamps (1)
Cannula Clamps
Clamp for holding and/or compressing a cannula without damaging it.
Cricothyrotomy Kit (1)
Cricothyrotomy Kit
Prepackaged collection of surgical instruments and supplies needed to cut through the skin and the cricoid and thyroid cartilages.
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.
Electrocochleograph (1)
Electrocochleograph
Graphic recorder used for calculating electrical potentials in response to acoustic stimuli through an electrode in the outer acoustic canal or administered to the promontory or the round window through the tympanic membrane.
ENT Elevator (1)
ENT Elevator
A hand-held tool used during various ENT surgical or medical procedures.
Headrest (1)
Headrest
The cushion part of a chair that offers head support during procedures
Ear Canal Irrigator (1)
Ear Canal Irrigator
Irrigator that administers sterile solutions into the ear canal.
Nasal Irrigator (1)
Nasal Irrigator
Irrigator for automated or semiautomated irrigation and cleaning of tissue and/or particles from the nose and/or the nasal sinuses.
Middle Ear Knife (1)
Middle Ear Knife
Surgical knife for cutting the anatomical structures of the middle ear and the outer auditory canal.
Laryngostroboscope (1)
Laryngostroboscope
Laryngoscope that monitors the glottic action during phonations by shining a stroboscopic light through a lens.
Artificial Larynx (1)
Artificial Larynx
Speech aid device that creates sounds similar to the normal voice produced by vocal cords during speech.
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.
Pharyngoscope (1)
Pharyngoscope
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.
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.
Nasal Rasp (1)
Nasal Rasp
Metal, file-like surgical instrument with a textured surface to scrape and smooth the internal structures of the nasal and sinus cavities
Sialoscope (1)
Sialoscope
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.
Tracheal Tube Stylet (1)
Tracheal Tube Stylet
Device that gives stability to a tracheal tube during intubation procedures.
Tonsillectome (1)
Tonsillectome
A surgical instrument for excising the tonsils
Antrum Trocar (1)
Antrum Trocar
A surgical instrument used in ENT surgical procedures.
Laryngeal Trocar (1)
Laryngeal Trocar
Surgical instrument with a sharp pyramidal or conical tip that pierces body cavities during ear, nose and throat surgery.
Impedance Tympanometry Analyzer (1)
Impedance Tympanometry Analyzer
Middle-ear physiologic analyzer that checks the absorption of acoustic energy by the tympanic membrane and ossicles as a function of the air pressure in the external ear canal.
Tracheostomy Tube Adapter (1)
Tracheostomy Tube Adapter
An adapter which is fitted between the valve and the tracheostomy tube.
Microsurgical Instrument (1)
Microsurgical Instrument
An instrument designed for microsurgery.
Tissue Forceps (1)
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.