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    Pharmaceutical and Medical Gases - (71 companies)
    Pharmaceutical and medical gases are pure fluids which are used to synthesize, sterilize, or insulate processes or products which contribute to human health. They are also administered to patients as therapy. Pharmaceutical and medical gases... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Medical Equipment and Supplies - (3452 companies)
    Image Credit: Environics, Inc. | Renishaw | PDQ Precision, Inc. Medical equipment and supplies are used in medical, dental, hospital, pharmacy, and clinical laboratories. Products range from simple bandages, tongue depressors, and syringes... Learn More
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    Medical Software - (378 companies)
    Medical and healthcare software is used in hospitals, clinics, and related facilities. This category includes software used to control and monitor medical devices, and software used for medical practice management and patient billing. Medical... Learn More
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    Medical Tubing - (182 companies)
    Medical tubing is made from a variety of materials and is typically sterilized and small in diameter. Glass, metal, plastic, and rubber silicone tubing are used in a variety of medical applications. How to Select Medical Tubing. Image Credit: NewAge... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Specialty Microscopes - (225 companies)
    Specialty microscopes are designed for specific applications such as metallurgy or gemology. They use specialized techniques or technologies such as acoustics to produce magnification. How to Select Specialty Microscopes. Biological microscope... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Specialty Brushes - (99 companies)
    Specialty Brushes Information. Specialty brushes use specialized or proprietary technologies, or feature brush designs for specific applications or industries. Often, the bristles or filaments are made of acrylic, aluminum, aluminum oxide, aluminum... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Specialty Adhesives, Sealants, and Compounds - (330 companies)
    ...or tooling applications. Others are designed for use with electrical power products, high voltage applications, semiconductors, or integrated circuit (IC) packaging. Specialty adhesives, sealants, and compounds that are suitable for medical, pharmaceutical... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Specialty Rotary Bearings - (165 companies)
    Specialty rotary bearings are specialized or proprietary anti-friction bearings that don't belong to a conventional bearing category. Description. Specialty rotary bearings are non-standard, specialized, or proprietary rotary bearing products... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Specialty Tapes - (449 companies)
    Specialty tapes are manufactured to enhance particular abilities of the tape, making them excellent for applications where general-use tapes fall short of the application's constraints. Specialty tapes is an ambiguous term, encapsulating tape types... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Specialty Business Services - (1307 companies)
    Specialty Business Services Information. Specialty business services are consultants, firms, and companies that provide specialty or proprietary business services. Specialty business services help organizations manage billing and payroll; mail... Learn More

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...sector. I will report on noteworthy product introductions, in particular a new nonwoven medical tape from 3M Medical Specialties, in the June issue of MPMN. For the time being,... the quality of our products, " says Vernon Gulley, purchasing manager for Anspach (Palm Beach Gardens, FL, USA). The stakes are especially high in Anspach 's case, since it manufactures high-speed power instruments used for surgical applications in medical specialties such as neurology...

...and reported in the literature. However, this imaging modality has not yet reached its full potential as a valuable tool in many medical specialties and sub-specialties. This is in part due to problematic usage of the technology in the personal injury and workers compensation field, wherein thermal imaging...

medical device manufacturers are taking advantage of the many opportunities offered by the Internet. Cardiology and medical imaging have been among the first medical specialties to make use of the unique capabilities offered by the Internet. But other areas of healthcare are beginning to benefit from...

...on paper-based recording systems for clinical data capture. Moreover, the productivity potential of even the most advanced medical equipment was often severely compromised by its inability to share information beyond the confines of a particular department or medical specialty. The dream of the all-digital...

...the drive to digitize clinical information was not seen as a high priority. Hospital departments pursued clinical connectivity on an ad hoc basis, largely depending on the interest and perceived need of the particular medical specialty or department. In the early years, no centralized force within...

...ost current medical plastics applications feature materials that have been compounded in some fashion to optimize their performance. For example, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) typically used in medical fabrication often contains 10 or more ingredients, among them stabilizers, antioxidants, and other...

...imaging relies upon appropriate protocols and technique. This paper will consider the most common errors in infrared imaging found throughout the medical specialties. These images come from the author's second opinion interpretation practice....

General centralized healthcare is evolving toward decentralized community care offering a new era of real patient-centered continuum of care. This trend requires collecting and offering information crossing the borders of medical specialties in a true Electronic Medical Record (EMR). This drives... the medical specialties only, where there is a need to bring together a relatively few qualified doctors, who may be separated by large distances. Maureen Ryan of VTEL (Austin, TX) says telemedicine is now used in specialties where it makes "financial sense. " For example, videos of patient skin...

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