Abbott's i-STAT Alinity is a portable, handheld device that analyzes a broad range of blood tests and includes key features such as an ergonomic and durable design; a large, bright, color touch screen; lights and sound notifications and a high-resolution camera. It can be used in a variety of care settings such as hospitals, ambulances, urgent care, or remote areas. All materials are compliant to European Reduction of Hazardous Substances and European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment.
Thera-Oral™ is a fully automated, professional Teeth whitening device which dynamically deliver high volumes of fully hydrated hydrogen peroxide gel that bathes both buccal, lingual and occlusal enamel surfaces of the upper and lower teeth. Thera-Oral™ does not cause dehydration of the dentinal tubules and the post-op pain associated with dehydration. The device uses an Easy-to-use, intuitive interface which enables effective treatment by both practitioners and clinical staff.
The world's first Swallowing Aid Jelly covers up the medicine and delivers it to stomach safely and smoothly while masking the taste and smell of the medicine. It enables patients to swallow multiple pills at once without clogging up the throat. Medicine is designed to take with water to prevent the interference with medicine efficacy, and to dissolve completely in the stomach. Magic Jelly which is made of natural ingredients works exactly as same as taking medicine with water. Magic Jelly containes no sugar, no allergens, low in calories, no artificial color or additives.
The Naviswiss system is an imagefree surgical navigation system which assists the orthopedic surgeon during the implantation of an artificial hip joint. It consists of a handheld navigation device which is used to register the patients anatomy. Subsequently the navigation system helps the surgeon to guide the surgical instruments with the goal to position the implant according to the preoperative planning.
The battery powered screwdriver QuikDrive was developed for use in neuro-, craniomaxillofacial and hand surgery. This optimally balanced instrument with touch sensors for continuous, variable speed control enables the surgeon to insert and remove the smallest Stryker implant screws with a diameter of 1.2 to 2 mm. The reduced pencil-shaped form is tapered at the tip allowing the surgeon free vision within the operating area, freedom of movement and a very precise mode of operation in difficult applications.