This report studies the IV Flush Syringe market. Health care professionals use IV flush syringes to clear out patients’ catheters and intravenous lines to ensure the tubes are sterile. Nurse Assist, a Texas-based medical device manufacturer, recalled all of its Normal Saline IV Flush Syringes in 2016 after the devices spread a bacterial […] Read More

Ambulatory BP monitors are fully automatic and can record BP for 24 hours or longer while patients go about their normal daily activities. Monitors measure about 4 by 3 inches and weigh about 4 lbs. They can be worn on a belt or in a pouch and are connected to a sphygmomanometer cuff on the upper arm by a plastic tube. Patients are asked to keep […] Read More

ENT surgery is one of the most elaborate fields of surgical specialty services, using advanced technology and a broad range of procedures that also includes major reconstructive surgery to correct deformity or injury. Scope of the Report: ENT surgical devices refer to the powered surgical instruments, radiofrequency (RF) hand pieces and […] Read More

The Non-PVC IV Bag market including flex plastics bag, semi-rigid IV Bags, glass bottles, etc. Scope of the Report: Non-PVC IV Bag is widely used in hospital and clinic. The most proportion of Non-PVC IV Bag is hospital, and the proportion in 2016 is about 63%. The other region in the EMEA is the largest consumption place, with a consumption […] Read More

Surgical Retractors are surgical instruments with which a surgeon can either actively separate the edges of a surgical incision or wound, or can hold back underlying organs and tissues, so that body parts under the incision may be accessed. Scope of the Report: The global average price of surgical retractors is in the decreasing trend, from 43 […] Read More

Disposable Ostomy Bags is a prosthetic medical device that provides a means for the collection of waste from a surgically diverted biological system (colon, ileum, bladder) and the creation of a stoma. Pouching systems are most commonly associated with colostomies, ileostomies, and urostomies. Scope of the Report: Based on application, the […] Read More

Endometrial biopsy, or endometrial sampling, is a technique of removing a piece of tissue from the inner lining of the uterus. The sample of tissue is analyzed under a microscope in the laboratory by a pathologist, a doctor with special training in diagnosis of diseases based upon tissue examination. Scope of the Report: Endometrial Biopsy […] Read More

Blood cultures are used to detect the presence of bacteria or fungi in the blood, to identify the type present, and to guide treatment. Testing is used to identify a blood infection (septicemia) that can lead to sepsis, a serious and life-threatening complication. Individuals with a suspected blood infection are often treated in intensive care […] Read More

Electrophysiology (EP) is the study of the mechanism, function and performance of electrical signaling pathways that guide the functioning of the heart. EP study is a procedure that is performed to diagnose arrhythmias by locating areas of heart tissue that interrupt the normal functioning of the heart's electrical system. During an EP study, the […] Read More

Dentist sees the condition of your teeth from the crown to the roots though Dental x-rays. They also show the bones of the jaw and the overall condition of the bones of your face. During a dental x-ray, radiation passes through your cheek, gums and teeth to strike the special x-ray film clamped between your teeth. New x-ray machines use digital […] Read More