Stryker Cactus Smart Sink and Pharma Lock OR Systems
Stryker’s Cactus Smart Sink and Pharma Lock OR Systems securely capture unused pharmaceutical waste and renders it unusable and non-retrievable — ensuring discarded medications do not end up in the wrong hands or negatively impact the environment.
The Cactus Smart Sink System is designed to accept raw liquid pharmaceuticals directly from syringes, vials, or IV bags, and features a one-way funnel that accepts tablets, capsules, and patches.
The Pharma Lock OR System, designed for liquid waste, provides the same function but with a more compact housing conveniently sized to fit on anesthesia carts, walls, or countertops.
Simeon Surgical Lights
Image Diagnostics, an industry leader specializing in diagnostic imaging equipment is now the exclusive distributor of Simeon surgical lighting in the U.S.
A worldwide leader in surgical lighting, Simeon surgical lighting uses patented reflector technology, cutting-edge multi-color or white-light LEDs, and the arrangement of the LEDs in a unique design, providing more light without shadows for ideal lighting conditions in any OR situation for any user.
Simeon excels in maximum energy efficiency, optimum heat management, and long service life as well as simple maintenance. They also set new standards in hygiene and cleanliness due to their seamlessly enclosed construction and scratch-proof, easy-to-clean SSG safety glass.
Image Diagnostics ilex55
The ilex55 is the world’s first large field 4k mobile and multi-modality monitor system. It revolutionizes surgical imaging capabilities in a mobile platform for hospitals and surgery centers, offering superior clinical accuracy during GI, general, orthopedic, spine, and vascular, hybrid surgery.
The platform displays multi-modality images from a wide variety of sources in a single side by side or quad view. Providing state of the art imaging capabilities, maximum flexibility and economic advantages, ilex55 is a trusted alternative to fixed equipment/monitor booms or high-cost hybrid OR equipment.
Serving as a mobile option, it can be adjusted to any room or procedural need and does not require costly OR room downtime due to installation. Displaying images from state of the art C Arms, cameras, ultrasounds, PACS and hemodynamic sources, the ilex55 can be moved out of the way when not needed, or positioned to maximize room efficiencies.
Ansell GAMMEX PI Glove-in-Glove System
The GAMMEX PI Glove-in-Glove System is the world’s first pre-donned double gloving system, allowing for double gloving in just one don.
Featuring Ansell’s exclusive GLOVE-IN-GLOVE Technology, the system offers pre-donned outer and inner gloves packed in one poly-pouch and one inner-wrap, making double gloving easier and faster.
The semi-transparent GAMMEX PI Hybrid serves as the outer glove, delivering both the comfort of polyisoprene and the strength of neoprene. Combined with the green-colored GAMMEX Non-Latex PI Underglove as the inner glove, this system allows for quick and easy glove breach detection.
In addition, the GAMMEX PI Glove-in-Glove System uses 50% less inner packaging materials, reducing environmental impact.
The Ready.Set.Care. kit is among a number of products and solutions Medline will showcase that empower clinicians to better protect patients against surgical site infections (SSIs) from pre-op to post-op. The Ready.Set.Care. kit, part of the perioperative ERASE SSI solution from Medline, helps wipe out pre-op bacteria. Nasal swabs are pre-saturated with povidone iodine. With oral bacteria replicating five times every 24 hours, the set also includes a Chlorhexidine gluconate oral rinse. Furthermore, Medline designed clinician feedback into the kit to help boost compliance through simple, clear language and visuals for added understanding.
“Approximately 30 percent of the population is colonized with Staph aureus. By decolonizing or removing the bacteria with a bundled approach using effective, easy-to -use and non-resistant antiseptics, healthcare providers can feel confident when reassuring their patients about how this new solution can reduce the risk of HAIs – specifically SSIs,” says Rosie D. Lyles, MD, clinical affairs director, Medline.