Lancets are a pricking needle used to obtain drops of blood for testing. Lancets are being increasingly used by patients affected by cardiovascular and endocrine-related complications. These devices are being used for cholesterol and glucose tests, heelstick screening tests or phenylketonuria (PKU) tests in newborns, as well as for severely […]

Anesthesia is a balance between the amount of anesthetic drug(s) administered and the state of arousal of the patient. Given that the intensity of surgical stimulation varies throughout surgery, and the hemodynamic effects of the anesthetic drugs may limit the amount that can be given safely, it is not uncommon for there to be critical imbalances […]

CSF diversion devices or shunts have been used successfully and have become the primary therapy for hydrocephalus treatment for nearly 60 years. An implanted shunt diverts CSF from the ventricles within the brain or the subarachnoid spaces around the brain and spinal cord to another body region where it will be absorbed. Shunts typically consist […]

Mitral valve annuloplasty is a surgical technique for the repair of leaking mitral valves. This report mainly covers Annuloplasty Rings market. The USA market scale of Annuloplasty Rings was 381.57 K Units in 2016. It is expected to reach 400.69 K Units by 2017 and 556.04 K Units by 2022. Demand for Annuloplasty Rings has mainly been driven by the […]

Pulse oximetry is a non-invasive method used to measure the arterial oxygen saturation level in patient's blood. Pulse oximetry works on the principle of spectrophotometry. Pulse oximeters consist of light emitting devices Pulse oximeters consist of a probe having light emitters with two different types of wavelengths of light, infrared and red. […]

Infant formula milk powder, also called infant formula milk powder, is a manufactured food designed and marketed for feeding to babies and infants, usually prepared for bottle-feeding or cup-feeding from milk powder (mixed with water). The U.S. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act(FFDCA) defines infant formula as "a food which purports to be or is […]

Large Volume Wearable Injectors, also known as bolus injectors or non-insulin patch pumps, are drug delivery devices that have above 1 ml capacity of injectable volume. These devices can offer a range of benefits to patients, for example, to make administration more convenient and reduce patient suffering. In the coming years there is an […]

Plasminogen, the proenzyme of the fibrinolytically active enzyme plasmin, is a single chain glycoprotein with a molecular weight of about 90,000-94,000 Da (2). Various isoelectric forms exist and can be separated by means of isoelectric focusing (IEF). The complete amino acid sequence contains 790 amino acids. Native plasminogen (glu-plasminogen) […]

Basically a networked, rugged all-in-one touchscreen PC that can serve up bedside information and entertainment for patients while also providing look-up data for medical staff. It all makes perfect sense and such terminals are already quite popular in Europe and other parts of the world, but the US is a bit behind the curve and is yet to discover […]

Acetylcysteine, also known as N-acetylcysteine (NAC), is a modified amino acid that is used as an antidote for acetaminophen overdose to prevent hepatic injury. Acetylcysteine is a hepatoprotective agent and has not been linked to significant serum enzyme elevations during therapy or to instances of clinically apparent acute liver injury. […]