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Drager Medical Evita XL | Used in Mechanical ventilation | Which Medical Device

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Evita XL

Dräger's Evita XL features a number of both controlled and assisted ventilation modes, combining a broad range of performance capabilities with many advanced application functionalities to provide outstanding ventilation therapy and easy-to-use operation encompassing the entire scope of the...

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Wright Medical Technology Inc. EVOLVE Modular Radial Head System | Which Medical Device

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EVOLVE Modular Radial Head System

The EVOLVE® Modular Radial Head System from Wright is a smooth stem design radial head replacement. Modularity allows the construction of over 320 size combinations.  Results are available from Harrington (2001) who reported outcomes in 20 patients, with excellent results in 12, and...

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Wright Medical Technology Inc. EVOLVE radial head plate | Used in Fracture plating | Which Medical Device

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EVOLVE radial head plate

The EVOLVE® radial head plate from Wright is designed for fixation of the proximal radius, has an anatomic contour and sizes compatible with the EVOLVE prosthesis.  

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Biomet Exceed ABT Acetabular System | Used in Primary hip replacement, Revision hip replacement | Which Medical Device

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Exceed ABT Acetabular System

  • Added May 2, 2013
  • Manufactured by Biomet

The Exceed ABT (Advanced Bearing Technology) Acetabular System from Biomet is an uncemented acetabular system applicable to both primary and revision hip implantations. Bearing choices include C2A-Delta Ceramic, M2A Series (metal) and E1 Anti-oxidant Infused polyethylene, which includes a number...

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Stryker Exeter Hip | Which Medical Device
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Exeter Hip

  • Added Jan 18, 2011
  • Manufactured by Stryker

The Exeter hip is a cemented, polished tapered stem hip replacement with a long pedigree. The device was developed in 1969 and intended as a cemented implant for insertion by the posterior approach. In 2010 the device celebrated its millionth implantation, 40 years of clinical use and, possibly...

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