The SPOTON temperature control system is a direct thermometer that uses the zero-flow thermometry-heat technique to produce an accurate estimate of the temperature of deep tissue in a person. SPOTON is used to measure, monitor, and supply the body temperature trend of adult and pediatric patients.
The RANGER heating system is designed to heat blood, blood products and liquids. The heating system for blood and fluids RANGER is a device composed of a heating unit and a disposable equipment for the administration of blood and fluids intravenously (IV), the heating system RANGER is designed to heat blood, blood products and liquids and achieves a speed of MVA flow rate at 500ml per minute. Two disposable equipment for blood and fluids can be obtained: one for normal flow applications and one for high flow applications. These disposable equipment, designed for use in reusable dewaxing units, are sterilized, do not contain latex and are for single use only.
IMMUNOANALYSIS CHIMIOLUMINISCENTE DE MICROPARTICULAS (CMIA) FOR THE QUALITATIVE DETECTION OF ANTIBODIES AGAINST THE ANTIGENOCORE OF HEPATITIS B VIRUS (ANTI HBC) HUMAN PLASMA AND PLASMA, INCLUDING POST-MORTEM RENEWED SAMPLES (WITHOUT CARDIAC TREATMENT).
It is a fully automated immunoassay system that allows random and continuous access, as well as priority processing and automatic re-analysis using chemoluminescent micro-particle immunoassay technology. CMIA technology is used to determine the presence of antigens, antibodies and analytes in samples. The scalable design of the ALINITY I allows one or more sample processing modules, in multiple configurations, with a system control module to physically join together to form a single workstation.
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Chemiluminescent immunoanalysis of macroparticles for the qualitative detection of antibodies against the CORE antigen of Hepatitis B virus (ANTI HBC) in serum and human plasma including samples collected POSTMORTEM
Catheters for coronary dilatation are used for: 1. Balloon dilatation of the stenotic portion of a coronary artery from the stenosis of a bypass graft in order to improve myocardial perfusion. 2. Balloon dilatation of an occlusion in a coronary artery, in order to restore coronary flow in cases of myocardial infarction with ST-segment elevation. 3. Dilation with balloon of a stent after implanting it (balloon models from 2.00 mm to 5.00 mm only).