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RMS Vesta 301i (3 Channel ECG Machine)
BPL Cardiart 6208 View
NIBP Hose Pipe with Redel connector and other end Pushpull connector
ECG Monitor Cable (Imported) invivo with 6 pin connector 5 Lead - compatible with Criticare
ECG Monitor Cable (Imported) - Invivo with 6 pin connector 3 lead - compatible with Criticare / Mindray / Datascope
Reusable NIBP Cuff Single/Double tubing Large Adult Size -33-47 cm without connector
SPO2 Extention Cable - Nellcor DB-7/ DB-9 - Female moulded - 2.2 meter without monitor and connector
ECG Patient Cable: 10 lead for BPL 8108/Schiller/HP/Philips Marquette/Mac 500/1200
ECG Patient Cable: 10 lead for BPL 408/6108 with 3mm pin
Beyond Infusion Pump BYS-820 With HD LCD Display
Contec ECG Machine 300g
Yuwell Suction Apparatus-Foot Operated 1 Bottle 1x1 Liter Glass Jar (7B)
Yuwell Suction Apparatus -Phlegm 1 Bottle 1x1 Litre Polycarbonate Jar (7E-C)
Battery - Philips Heartstart Defibrillator
Tabletop Pulse Oximeter 310A
Tabletop Pulse Oximeter 310
Hand Held Pulse Oximeter - 410 A
Hand Held Pulse oximeter- 410B
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.