Medical equipment and supplies are used in medical, dental, hospital, pharmacy, and clinical laboratory applications
Aspirators are suction devices used to remove mucus and other bodily fluids from a patient.
Defibrillators are electronic devices which send electric shocks to the heart to stop a rapid, irregular heartbeat and restore a normal heart rhythm.
Dialysis machines remove waste and excess water from blood. They primarily serve as artificial replacements for lost kidney function.
Hospital beds are beds specially designed for hospital patients or for people in need of some form of healthcare. They have special features both for the well-being and comfort of the patient as well as convenience for healthcare workers.
Insulin pumps are medical devices used to administer insulin to a patient for the treatment of diabetes.
Medical cable assemblies are designed to connect medical and laboratory instruments and equipment. They transmit power and/or data and usually have an abrasion-resistant jacket that provides relatively low surface friction and mechanical durability. Many are designed with a high degree of flexibility to avoid kinking, and temperature-resistance to withstand autoclave sterilization. Some are disposable.
Medical electronics connectors are used with medical devices and medical equipment in hospitals, clinics, doctors' offices, and other healthcare facilities.
Medical equipment and supplies are used in medical, dental, hospital, pharmacy, and clinical laboratories.
Medical power supplies are power supplies designed to produce conditioned outputs for medical devices, instruments, and equipment.
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 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.
Medical ventilators are machines that mechanically move air/oxygen into the lungs of a patient who is experiencing respiratory complications.
Microscopes are instruments that produce magnified images of small objects
MRI machines use a radiological technique employing magnetism, radio waves, and a computer to produce images of body structures.
Nebulizers adminster aerosolized medications to a patient's respiratory tract.
Resuscitators are medical devices which use positive pressure to respirate patients who have compromised breathing.
Stethoscopes are medical instruments which amplify acoustic characteristics of the internal organs of humans and animals. This information is collected to determine the vigor of hearts, lungs, intestines, veins, and arteries. When used with a sphygmomanometer it can determine blood pressure.