List of Medical Equipment All Hospitals must have
This list seeks to highlight the hospital equipments (Not Consumables) that every hospital should have at any given time in order to provide complete care especially in times of an emergency.
Clinical chemistry analyzers use photometric and colorimetric testing technologies including, ion-selective potentiometry, and latex agglutination to analyze samples such as blood serum, plasma, and urine. They are commonly used in hospitals and laboratories to test for many things, such as blood cell counts, therapeutic drug monitoring, illegal drug use, blood typing, protein analysis, checking thyroid function, checking for the presence of antibodies, and, when used by patients at home, for glucose or cholesterol monitoring. We have a range of chemistry analyzers which have 40 to 90 sample positions, including calibration, quality control and emergency.
Hematology analyzers are used to run tests on blood samples. They are used in the medical field to do white blood cell counts, complete blood counts, reticulocyte analysis, and coagulation tests. Features vary from one hematology analyzer to another, such as closed vial testing and open sampling testing. They are computerized, highly specialized machines that count the number of different types of red and white blood cells, blood platelets, hemoglobin, and hematocrit levels in a blood sample. They include programmable automated alarm systems for indicating results outside the reference range.
In hemodialysis, a dialysis machine and a special filter called an artificial kidney, or a dialyzer, are used to clean your blood. To get your blood into the dialyzer, the doctor needs to make an access, or entrance, into your blood vessels. This is done with minor surgery, usually to your arm.
The dialysis machine mixes and monitors the dialysate. Dialysate is the fluid that helps remove the unwanted waste products from your blood. It also helps get your electrolytes and minerals to their proper levels in your body. The machine also monitors the flow of your blood while it is outside of your body.
Patient monitors are standard pieces of medical equipment that keep accurate track of a patient’s condition and state of health during and after surgery. They are necessary for adult, pediatric & neonatal patients.
Patient monitoring systems provide up-to-the-minute measurements that support evidence based care. Patient Monitoring systems are integrated into your hospital’s IT environment to capture virtually gap-free patient data and feed it directly to your electronic medical record. Find here our available patient monitoring devices.
Mild infant jaundice often disappears on its own within two or three weeks. For moderate or severe jaundice, your baby may need to stay longer in the newborn nursery or be readmitted to the hospital. Treatments to lower the level of bilirubin in your baby’s blood may include: Light therapy (phototherapy).
Phototherapy (light treatment) is the process of using light to eliminate bilirubin in the blood. Your baby’s skin and blood absorb these light waves.
Our Phototherapy Equipment features LED tube as jaundice irradiation components, adjustable Angle of the irradiation light box, adjustable height of the irradiation light box, a timer, lockable Castors, Stainless steel column, compatibility with infant incubator.
Hospital furniture in this context refers to hospital examination beds, ICU beds, cots, stretchers, bedside cabinets, stools, commodes, Over bed table etc. Usually Hospital beds are of many different kinds depending on their functions and specialty designs. A hospital bed could be an electrically operated bed, a semi-electric bed, a home care bed or a regular manual bed. Mostly the electrically operated beds may be used in the ICU, delivery tables, attendant beds, delivery beds and labour delivery room beds may be used in the OBGYN, while patient attendant beds, patient general plain beds may be used in the wards.
A peripheral intravenous line (PIV) is a small, short, plastic tube, called a catheter. A health care provider, usually a doctor or a nurse puts the PIV through the skin into a vein in the scalp, hand, arm, or foot. The intravenous route is the fastest way to deliver medications and fluid replacement throughout the body, because the circulation carries them. Intravenous therapy may be used for fluid replacement (such as correcting dehydration), to correct electrolyte imbalances, to deliver medications, and for blood transfusions. Available catheters include Y type（Y-G, Y-S)18Gx29mm, 20Gx29mm, 22Gx19mm, 22Gx25mm, 24Gx19mm, 26Gx16mm；Z type（Z-G, Z-S)18Gx29mm, 20Gx29mm, 22Gx19mm, 22Gx25mm, 24Gx19mm, 26Gx16mm