Medical Device Manufacturers From Medical Trends
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Medical Device Manufacturers from Medical Trends allows you to target Medical Device companies that manufacture medical equipment. A medical device is a product which is used for medical purposes in patients, in diagnosis, therapy and surgery. Medical devices act by other means like physical, mechanical, physio-chemical or chemical means.
Medical instruments are specially designed medical tools or devices used in the practice of medicine. Medical instruments, medical tools and surgical tools aid in performing numerous activities needed for investigation, diagnosis, prevention, monitoring, treatment, replacement or modification of the anatomy, or alleviation of disease, injury or handicap. Surgical instruments or surgical tools for example are specialty medical tools for performing specific actions of carrying out desired effects during a surgery or operation. Similarly, a very large number of other medical instruments and devices have been classified based on the their function and use including anesthesia instrument, arthroscopy instrument, cardiovascular instrument, cast instruments, dental instrument, dermal instrument, ear instrument, laparoscopy equipment, nasal instrument, etc.
A number of medical device companies and medical device manufacturers are engaged in making and trading of healthcare tools. High-risk devices are life supports, critical monitoring, energy emitting and other devices whose failure or misuse is reasonably likely to seriously injure patient or staff. Examples include: Anesthesia units, Anesthesia ventilators, Apnea monitors, Argon enhanced coagulation units, Aspirators, Auto transfusion units, Cardiac defibrillator, external or internal, Electrosurgical units, External pacemaker, Fetal monitors, Heart-lung machine, Incubators, Infusion pump, Invasive blood pressure units, Pulse oximeters, Radiation-therapy machines, Ventilator, and Stent. Medium-risk devices including many diagnostic instruments whose misuse, failure or absence (e.g. out of service) with no replacement available would have a significant impact on patient care, but would not be likely to cause direct serious injury. Examples include: ECG, EEG, Treadmills, Ultrasound sensors, Phototherapy units, Endoscope, Human-implantable RFID chips, Surgical drill and saws, Laparoscopic insufflators, Phonocardiograph’s, radiant warmers (adult), Zoophagous agents (e.g., medicinal leeches; medicinal maggots), and Lytic bacteriophages. Low-risk devices are those whose failure or misuse is unlikely to result in serious consequences. Examples include: Electronic thermometer, Breast pumps, Surgical microscope, Ultrasonic nebulizers, Sphygmomanometers, Surgical table Surgical lights, Temperature monitor, Aspirators, X-ray diagnostic equipment, Lensometers, and keratometers.
Individuals in the Medical Device Manufacturing business have knowledge of both engineering and biology, and typically have a Master's (M.S., M.S.E., or M.Eng.) or a Doctoral (Ph.D.) degree in Biomedical Engineering (BME) or another branch of engineering with considerable potential for BME overlap. As interest in BME is increasing, many engineering colleges now have a Biomedical Engineering Department or Program, with offerings ranging from the undergraduate (B.S. or B.S.E.) to the doctoral levels.
Physician & Surgeon Equipment & Supplies
Orthopedic & Prosthetics
Dental Equipment & Supplies
Electro medical Apparatus
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