Pulmonary Medicine - 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.
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.
Oxygen Concentrator (6)
Oxygen Concentrator
Gas concentrator that raises the percentage of oxygen in a mixture of gases, typically air.
Physiologic Monitoring System (6)
Physiologic Monitoring System
Physiologic monitoring system to continuously track vital physiologic parameters in critical care conditions.
Adhesive Tape (5)
Adhesive Tape
Sticking tape made of natural, semi-synthetic or synthetic fibers.
Ventilator, Filters (5)
Ventilator, Filters
Device that prevents dust and bacteria from reaching the patient's airway, and prevents exhaled bacteria from entering the atmosphere during mechanical ventilation
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.
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.
Spirometer (3)
Spirometer
Instrument that calculates the volume and flow rate of air inhaled and/or exhaled from the lungs and additional variables for pulmonary function evaluation.
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.
Household Humidifier (3)
Household Humidifier
A humidifier is a household appliance that increases humidity (moisture) in a single room or in the entire house.
Sharps Disposal Unit (3)
Sharps Disposal Unit
Puncture-resistant container used to dispose sharp objects used in medical treatment and procedures.
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.
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.
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.
Breathing Monitor (2)
Breathing Monitor
Bedside monitors for continuous measurement of carbon dioxide and/or oxygen.
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.
Intensive Care Ventilator (2)
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.
Ambulatory Care Data Management System (2)
Ambulatory Care Data Management System
Information system used to give clinical and administrative information related to hospital services provided to patients on an ambulatory basis rather than upon admission to a healthcare facility.
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.
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.
Intravenous Pole (2)
Intravenous Pole
Slender stand to suspend containers of liquid for intravenous delivery to patients.
Portable/Home Care Ventilator (2)
Portable/Home Care Ventilator
Ventilator that gives support to patients who do not need complex critical care ventilators.
Oxygen Meter (2)
Oxygen Meter
Instrument that checks the saturation of dissolved oxygen in solutions.
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.
Medical-Air Compressor (2)
Medical-Air Compressor
Compressed air system part that mechanically compresses atmospheric air.
Emergency Cart (1)
Emergency Cart
Carts with appropriate features for emergency cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedures.
Ventilator, Pediatric (1)
Ventilator, Pediatric
Neonatal and pediatric ventilators for use in intensive care.
Apnea Monitor (1)
Apnea Monitor
Devices which detect breathing stops (apnea).
Oxygen Monitor (1)
Oxygen Monitor
Oxygen monitors with electrochemical sensors.
Training Manikin (1)
Training Manikin
Anatomically correct model of the human body or parts for medical training.
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.
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.
ECG Simulator (1)
ECG Simulator
Cardiac simulator that mimics the electrical signals of the normal sinus rhythms of the heart.
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.
Airway Clearance Unit (1)
Airway Clearance Unit
Airway clearance unit that assert automated mechanical oscillation to the chest wall to take a high-frequency oscillation of the air column in the conducting airways.
Pulmonary Resuscitator (1)
Pulmonary Resuscitator
A pulmonary resuscitating device designed for single time use and for use with administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation to a heart failure patient.
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
Endoscopic Teaching Attachments (1)
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 (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.
Neonatal Ventilator (1)
Neonatal Ventilator
Intensive care ventilator for neonatal and/or pediatric respiratory support.
Oxygen Depletion Alarm (1)
Oxygen Depletion Alarm
Alarm used to activate sound and/or visual warnings when oxygen concentration drops to below normal.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nitric Oxide Delivery Unit (1)
Nitric Oxide Delivery Unit
Delivery Unit that delivers nitric oxide into the respiratory system, some units can have gas monitoring capabilities.
Tracheostomy Care Kit (1)
Tracheostomy Care Kit
A kit with the necessary equipment to perform a tracheostomy.
Somnography Analyzer (1)
Somnography Analyzer
Physiologic analyzer that calculates, records, and interprets a variety of physiologic functions at the same time during sleep.
Transcranial Ultrasonic Blood Flowmeter (1)
Transcranial Ultrasonic Blood Flowmeter
Flowmeter for non-invasive calculations of blood flow in the main brain arteries.
Specialty Bed/Mattress System Controller (1)
Specialty Bed/Mattress System Controller
Controller that aids turning a patient laterally, either occasionally or continuously in specialty beds and/or related mattress systems to stop and/or treat respiratory difficulties, skin complications, and related problems in critically ill, immobile patients.
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.
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.
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.
Aerosol Generator (1)
Aerosol Generator
Device that creates gaseous suspensions of very small particles of a liquid or solid.
Positive Expiratory Pressure Airway Clearance Unit (1)
Positive Expiratory Pressure Airway Clearance Unit
Airway clearance unit that produces positive airway pressure in the airways as the patient exhales through a resistance.
Laboratory Gases Analyzer (1)
Laboratory Gases Analyzer
Laboratory breath analyzer that calculates the carbon monoxide content in a breath sample.
Gastric Aspirator (1)
Gastric Aspirator
Aspirator that removes gastric secretions and toxic solutions from the stomach through intermittent vacuum suction.
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.
Oxygen Generator (1)
Oxygen Generator
A device providing oxygen therapy to a patient at minimally to substantially higher concentrations than available in ambient air.
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.
Patient Recovery Chair (1)
Patient Recovery Chair
Chair that keeps patients comfortable and in an orthopedically correct position during prolonged sitting.