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Flexible Laparoscope

Description:... Superior imaging through a 410,000 pixel CCD, unseen color replication from a digital signal processor in the scope, and the added benefit of four way tip deflection make the TF410 a superior choice for ....
Company:Fujinon

eDISC

Description:... is a revolutionary advancement in spine surgery, providing surgeons unprecedented ability to assess and manage their patients. The eDISC's unmatched replication of human disc motion separates the eDISC from 1st and 2nd generation designs. Created to withstand the motions and loads of the lumbar spine, ...
Company:Theken Disc

MultiBlot Tray

Description:... a working depth of 1.5cm, the MultiBlot tray is ideal for: Plating solid media and for blot hybridization and processing. Performing colony replication of bacterial or yeast libraries on membranes overlayed on solid media in the tray. Plating bacteria and yeast and performing colony and plaque ...
Company:Matrix Technologies Corporation

ZstatFlu

Description:... and quickly diagnose all strains of influenza A and B. The test uses a unique substrate for influenza neuraminidase, an enzyme that assists viral replication by promoting the release of the virus from infected cells. The ZstatFlu substrate is labeled with a chromagen. When influenza virus is present, the ...
Company:ZymeTx, Inc.

BioPro Total Knee System

Description:... are equally proportioned and contoured to be in compliance with the articular outline and dimensions of the normal knee. Each individual size is a replication of the normal topographic anatomy of the knee and of each ....
Company:BioPro Implants

Cervive™ Anterior Cervical Plating System

Description:... Cervive is an Anterior Cervical Plating System that has been engineered to provide flexibility and simplicity for the spinal surgeon, allowing replication of normal anatomical function and safe fixation of the plate. Cervive includes numerous features that meet the needs of the spinal surgeon in ...
Company:Corin Group PLC
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