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Rare Earth Intraocular Magnet

Description:... The rare Earth Intraocular Magnet is especially designed for the atraumatic removal ... magnet can be used with a limbal, open sky, or pars plana approach. The rare Earth Intraocular Magnet can be utilized in the management of trauma ...
Company:Ameritek USA

EYESI Ophthalmosurgical Simulator

Description:... thus increasing the risk of complications. The lack of routine in treating rare cases can make it necessary to refer patients to specialized hospitals. It ... get familiar with standard surgery procedures as well as the treatment of rare cases and complications. The handling of new surgical instruments and the ...
Company:VRmagic GmbH

The AHA Clinical Cardiac Consult

Description:... The AHA Clinical Cardiac Consult is the perfect quick consult when seeking accurate guidance on the diagnosis and management of both common and rare cardiac abnormalities. From evaluation of chest pain to the management of infectious or congenital disease, this quick reference makes the most of ...
Company:Skyscape, Inc.

-40 Plasma Freezer

Description:... Cold wall refrigeration system with 5.0" (12.7cm) of foamed-inplace polyurethane insulation for ultimate safe storage of plasma, Factor VIII, and rare ....
Company:ThermoFisher Scientific

EyeDoc

Description:... It provides clinical templates for commonly presenting problems based on the chief complaint. It also contains an exhaustive database to cover rare diagnostic entities. It covers the chief complaint, present/relevant history, past medical and ocular history, family history, social history, review ...
Company:Penn Medical Informatics Systems, Inc.

ICON DS Strep A

Description:... assay for rapid detection of Strep A antigen from throat swabs. The ICON DS Strep A test excels at detection of Strep A antigen, especially in rare and low positive colonization samples. This CLIA Waived test uses a convenient dipstick format. With outstanding performance, ICON DS Strep A leaves ...
Company:Beckman Coulter, Inc

GBM -Ab EIA Auto-Immune Markers 013-GBM-48 Glomerular Basement Membrane

Description:... membrane (GBM). Thus the disease is sometimes referred to as anti-GBM mediated glomerulonephritis. While Goodpastures syndrome is a relatively rare condition, the disease is rapidly progressive and, unless treated, has a case-fatality rate of 75-90% (8). Immediate and correct treatment is ...
Company:ALPCO Diagnostics

ACP™ 215

Features:... after thawing Makes frozen blood a desirable choice, especially for rare units Improves logistics rare blood type inventory Emergency source during seasonal shortages ...
Company:Haemonetics
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