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Dispsable NIBP Cuff Single / Double tubing -2 types PVC & Non -Woven type
Reusable NIBP Cuff Single/ Double tubing -Thigh Cuff Size-46-66 cm
Philips Simply Go Mini Portable Oxygen Concentrator
Philips Simply Go Portable Oxygen Concentrator
Detachable ECG Lead
Detachable ECG Lead - BPL type / LL Series for Excello, Philips Goldway
ECG Trunk cable 5 Lead - Compatible with Philips / GE/ L& T / Datex Ohmeda / Siemens
ECG Trunk Cable 3 Lead compatible with Philips / GE / L&T/ Datex Ohmeda / Siemens
ECG Monitor Cable (Imported) 5 Lead pinch clip / snap - Philips / GE / L& T/ Datex / Ohmeda S5 / Siemens /Hellige
ECG Monitor Cable (Imported) - 3 lead pinch clip / snap - compatible with Philips / GE/ L&T / Datex Ohmeda s5 / Siemens / Hellige
Ultrasonic Fetal Doppler( Model No:-ND-105)
IBP Cable - Philips / GE /L & T /Datex /Space lab
Holter Cable Leads 1.5 mm Din (Female socket type) Snap type leads
Mortora Holter Cable 10 lead snap type (imported)
Imported ECG Patient Cable - Detachable leads set for TRIM -1
Imported ECG Patient Cable - Philips TRIM - 1 Trunk Cable USB type
Temperature Probe - for Baby Warmer - Meditrin Skin temperature probe without connector
YSI-400 - Monitor series - Skin or Oesophogal / Rectal
Hospitals need to be prepared for anything that might go through the door. That's why it's essential to keep essential medical equipment at your fingertips at all times to provide comprehensive care.
In order to provide complete treatment to patients, there is a standard set of equipment that all hospitals should have ready.
1. Patient Monitors
2. ECG Machine
- cholesterol clogging your heart's blood supply
- a heart attack in the past
- widening of one side of the heart
- abnormal heart rhythms
3. Infusion Pump
An external infusion pump is a medical device used to deliver fluids into a patient's body in a controlled manner. There are many types of infusion pumps, which are used for various purposes and in various environments.
Infusion pumps may be capable of delivering liquids in large or small amounts and may be used to deliver nutrients or drugs - such as insulin or other hormones, antibiotics, chemotherapy drugs, and the like. analgesics.
Some infusion pumps are primarily designed for stationary use at the bedside. Others, called ambulatory infusion pumps, are designed to be portable or portable.