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  • medical disposables non woven wound dressing pad

    medical disposables non woven wound dressing pad

    non woven adhesive wound dressing/healing dressing/surgical dressing
    medical waterproof transparent wound dressing/iv cannula dressing/surgical dressing/non woven adhesive wound dressing/healing dressing
    Description:
    Non-woven dressing is a conformable adhesive dressing consisting of a breathable non-woven top layer and a non adherent absorbent pad.
    Features:
    * Dressing is porous and breathable ,better exchange of moisture vapor and oxygen, and reduced risk of skin maceration
    * The non adherent pad does not adhere to the wound so dressing changes do disturb or interfere with the wound healing process.
    * The low allergy acrylic adhesive providing a safe and secure dressing fixation over the wound site.
    * Soft dressing ensures patient comfort and conform ability to all wound sites
    * The absorbent pad minimizes fluid strike-through and helps to protect the wound from trauma.

    size :10*10cm 10*15cm 10*20cm 10*30cm

  • Urine Bag

    Urine Bag

    The urine bags of Vogt Medical are available in various designs, in order to allow each user to choose the right bag for the right indication. The advantages are obvious: universal connector, simple drainage and a drainage valve, which prevents the reflux of urine into the bladder and effectively prevents an ascending infection.

    Urine bags are used for collecting urine drained via a urinary catheter

    Urine bags are equipped with a connector

    The connector ensures secure attachment to the urinary catheter

    The flexible, kink-resistant drainage tube enables secure placement of the urine bag

    Strengthened mounting slots also enable the urine bag to be secured vertically

    Manufactured from transparent material for improved monitoring

  • Heparin Cap

    Heparin Cap

    Heparin cap(injection stopper), auxiliary medical instrument, is mainly used as injection way and injection port, widely accepted and approved by medical institutions. Heparin cap is very normal in morden medical line, it plays a very important role when used together with I.V. cannula and central venous catheter. Heparin cap has various advantages such as: safe, sanitation, durable puncture, good sealing, small volume, convenient use, low price, the foremost advantage is to release patients’ pain/ injury while injection and infusion.

     

     

  • Combi Stopper

    Combi Stopper

    Combi stopper (Combi-stopper closing cones)Used for disposable syringe; With slick and intant appearence;Closing cones, Luer Lock fitting male and female

    Made from medical grade PC or ABS, International luer connector, excellent on bio-compatibility

    It was a tight-fitting adapter, has a good feature of seal, which leads to no leakage

    Luer lock fitting male and female

    No chemical additive between components, so as to reduce stimulation

    The device can be used for all patients for which infusion therapy is prescribed. No gender or age related limitations. Combi-Stoppers can be used for adults, pediatric and neonates.

  • I.V Catheter

    I.V Catheter

    An intravenous (IV) cannula is a very small, flexible tube which is placed into one of your veins, usually in the back of your hand or in your arm. One end sits inside your vein and the other end has a small valve that looks a bit like a tap.

    There are three major different categories of when it comes to the ivs, and they are Peripheral IVs, Central Venous Catheters, and Midline Catheters. The healthcare professionals to this try and administer each and every kind of an iv for specific treatment and purposes.

    US Centers for Disease Control guidelines recommend replacement of peripheral intravenous catheters (PIVC) no more frequently than every 72 to 96 hours. Routine replacement is thought to reduce the risk of phlebitis and bloodstream infection.

  • Three Way Stopcock

    Three Way Stopcock

    Used for simultaneous and continuous infusion of two fluids to connect

    standard 6% luer device and control flow direction.

    Link stopcock has minimal dead-space to ensure administration of drug

    360 degree smooth tap rotation, leak proof up to five bars pressure and can withstand the pressure applied in normal procedures.

    One male luer lock with rotator and two threaded female ports facilitate safe & secure connection.

  • Suction Catheter

    Suction Catheter

    Suction Catheters by Cardinal Health feature a directional valve that reduces the chances of aspirated sputum to minimize trauma. The ergonomically correct angle of the valve maximizes comfort and the DeLee tip minimizes pain and potential for injury. The Suction Catheter is firm enough for easy insertion and removal, yet flexible enough to maintain efficient suction.

     

  • Feeding Tube

    Feeding Tube

    A feeding tube is a medical device used to provide nutrition to people who cannot obtain nutrition by mouth, are unable to swallow safely, or need nutritional supplementation. The state of being fed by a feeding tube is called gavage, enteral feeding or tube feeding. Placement may be temporary for the treatment of acute conditions or lifelong in the case of chronic disabilities. A variety of feeding tubes are used in medical practice. They are usually made of polyurethane or silicone. The diameter of a feeding tube is measured in French units (each French unit equals ⅓ mm). They are classified by the site of insertion and intended use.

    A gastrostomy feeding tube insertion is the placement of a feeding tube through the skin and the stomach wall. It goes directly into the stomach. The stomach connects the esophagus to the small intestine, and acts as an important reservoir for food, prior to delivery to the small intestine.

  • Nelaton Tube

    Nelaton Tube

    Nelaton and urethral catheters are used for intermittent catheterization and are markedly different to chronic in dwelling catheters and external catheters. These are meant for short term bladder catheterization. Intermittent catheterization is a process in which a catheter is inserted into the bladder for the drainage of urine and then is immediately removed. The catheter tube is most often passed through the urethra. The urine is drained into a toilet, bag or urinal. Self-intermittent urethral catheterization is quite common, however, it is a clinical decision made by your doctor.

  • Stomach Tube

    Stomach Tube

    are used for intermittent catheterization and are markedly different to chronic in dwelling catheters and external catheters. These are meant for short term bladder catheterization. Intermittent catheterization is a process in which a catheter is inserted into the bladder for the drainage of urine and then is immediately removed. The catheter tube is most often passed through the urethra. The urine is drained into a toilet, bag or urinal. Self-intermittent urethral catheterization is quite common, however, it is a clinical decision made by your doctor. Intermittent catheterization can be done both in the short term and the long term.

  • Extension Tube

    Extension Tube

    Medical extension tube is suitable for connecting with other infusion equipment, according to the actual needs of different lengths, it can be widely used in pressure monitoring and infusion treatment.

    Medical extension tube is sterile and made of PVC. It consists of a flexible and kink-resistant tube available in different lengths, a male or female luer connector as well as a luer lock cone to guarantee safe connection of the source of infusion and the patient. It can stand a pressure of up to 4 bar and is therefore designated to be used for gravity fed infusions only. Also available as medical extension tube with a pressure resistance of up to 54 bar and designated to be used in combination with infusion pumps.

    Male luer lock connector at one end and female luer lock connector at the other end

  • Rectal Tube

    Rectal Tube

    Balloon rectal tube (rectal catheter). The traditional approach, and in today’s technological environment the least safe, is the use of a rectal cath Rectal tubes may be safely and effectively used to prevent soiling in critically ill patients with diarrhea. The use of rectal tubes as ad juncts to healing and preventing pressure sores in criti cally ill patients merits further study.eter. These indwelling catheters (20 to 30 French) are connected to a bedside drainage bag,Soft and kink resistant PVC tube,smooth outer surface,less pain;Two lateral eyes with smooth edges

    Rectal tubes and catheters are inserted into the rectum to channel loose stool into a collection bag.

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