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Siemens Healthcare SOMATOM Definition Edge AS | Which Medical Device

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SOMATOM Definition Edge AS

This fast, precise single source scanner from Siemens Healthcare can be used for almost all types of patient. It enables the lowest possible dose of radiation.   It gives an option to upgrade the system by adding a Stellar detector hereby smaller signals can be measured over a wider range...

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Siemens Healthcare Somatom Definition Flash | Used in CT biopsy, CT guided biopsy | Which Medical Device

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Somatom Definition Flash

This dual source scanner is one of Siemens most popular scanners. Rapic scan times and low doses along with the now 'standard' iterative reconstruction alogorithms yield great quality scans. This scanner has a scan time of 0.6 seconds and temporal resolution of 75ms making cardiac scanning...

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Encapson Sono-Coat | Which Medical Device

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  • Added Sep 5, 2017
  • Manufactured by Encapson

    Encapson developed Sono-Coat™, a best in class coating-based visibility system that significantly improves the ultrasound visibility of medical devices in the body, leading to better patient outcomes.   Sono-Coat™ is a game-changing...

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Bracco SonoVue | Which Medical Device

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  • Added Jun 27, 2013
  • Manufactured by Bracco

SonoVue is an ultrasound contrast agent consisting of sulphur hexafluoride microbubbles and is used for contrast enhanced ultrasound examinations. Its particular use in Intervention is for the evaluation of renal tumour enhancement prior to and 10 minutes post RF or microwave ablation. This...

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AngioDynamics SOS Omni Selective Catheter | Used in Angioplasty, Embolisation, Pelvic arterial catheterization, Renal stenting | Which Medical Device

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4.5 Stars

SOS Omni Selective Catheter

The SOS Omni selective catheter features a soft, atraumatic, Super-radiopaque tip intended to reform in the thoracic aorta. The catheter should be pulled from the descending aorta into the abdominal aorta with a floppy Bentson-type guidewire “leading,” sometimes with a...

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