Advanced Anesthesia Workstation

Advanced Anesthesia Workstation has advanced Electronics, Software, and Technology to offer extensive Capabilities for Ventilation, Monitoring, Inhaled agent Delivery, low – flow Anaesthesia, and closed – loop Anaesthesia

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Erbe ICC 200 Cautery

Effective cutting and coagulation with Electrodes, Probes and Forceps – for open Surgery and Endoscopic Procedures.

Medtronic XPS 3000 Microdebrider and Skitter Drill

This is indicated for the Incision / Cutting, Removal, Drilling, and Sawing of soft and hard tissue and bone in Head & Neck / ENT (Otologic, Neurologic, Neurotologic, Sinus, Rhinologic, Nasopharyngeal / Laryngeal), Oral / Maxillofacial, and Plastic / Reconstructive / Aesthetic Surgical Procedures.

Carl Zeiss 1 FC Microscope with Vario Motion Recording System

The manual system is easy to use and delivers high-fidelity images with the Legendary Carl Zeiss Optics. The precise fine focus functionality and the brightness adjustment knob allow the surgeon to quickly and easily attain the ideal focus and illumination levels – in routine examinations and surgical procedures.

After completing the procedure, the system can be conveniently moved away from the operating field and automatically shut off by raising the surgical microscope arm upward into the stand-by position.

Medtronic NIM Nerve Integrity Monitor

Medtronic NIM 3 Nerve Integrity Monitor

Advanced nerve monitoring technology with an easy-to-use interface. NIM systems monitor EMG activity from multiple muscles. If there is a change in nerve function, the NIM system may provide audible and visual warnings to help reduce the risk of nerve damage. Our NIM 3.0 systems feature an Intuitive Touchscreen, Three Simple user Modes, and Default or Custom Settings.

Store HD Image I Camera

The Full HD Camera Platform Image1 S offers surgeons a single system for all applications. As a modular Camera Platform, Image1 S combines various technologies (e.g., Rigid, Flexible, and 3D Endoscopy) in one system and can therefore be adapted to individual customer needs. Furthermore, near-infrared (NIR/ICG) for fluorescence imaging, the integration of operating microscopes, and the use of VITOM® horoscopes are possible via the camera platform. Brilliant and razor-sharp images in FULL HD with natural color rendition. Individual modules can be selected according to user requirements, e.g., for rigid, flexible, and 3D technology. Automatic light source control. Multiple Source Management, Simultaneous Control, Display, and Documentation of Image Information from two Connected Image Sources (e.g., for hybrid interventions)

Coblator from Arthrocare

A minimally invasive, low thermal technology for effective dissection and removal of tissue, Coblation technology is ideal for such ENT procedures as Tonsillectomy, Adenoidectomy, Reduction of Hypertrophic Nasal Turbinates, Laryngeal Polypectomy and Lesion Debulking, Soft Pallet, Snoring and Sinus Surgery. While most radiofrequency-based surgical products, such as lasers and electrosurgical devices, use imprecise heat-driven processes to remove or cut tissue, our Coblation Plasma Technology creates a controlled, stable plasma field to precisely remove tissue at a low relative temperature, resulting in minimal thermal damage to surrounding soft tissues.

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Advanced Storz Micro laryngoscope with MLS Instruments

Micro-laryngeal surgery is done to address the problems in the vocal cords or a Voice Disorder. This is a Minimally Invasive Technique that helps in the correction of the voice disorder or problem in the larynx. It involves the removal of unwanted and unnatural growth in the larynx such as cysts or polyps that may not respond to more conservative treatment and need surgery.

Stroz Fiberoptic Flexible Laryngoscope

In Flexible Laryngoscopy, a Thin, Flexible Viewing Tube (called a laryngoscope) is passed through the nose and guided to the vocal cords, or larynx. Fiberoptic cables permit a physician to directly inspect the Nose, Throat, and Larynx for Abnormalities. Laryngoscopy is typically performed in a doctor’s office using local anesthesia

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