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FDA clears first fully disposable duodenoscope, eliminating the potential for infections caused by ineffective reprocessing

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today cleared for marketing in the U.S. the first fully disposable duodenoscope. The EXALT Model D Single-Use Duodenoscope is intended to provide visualization and access to the upper gastrointestinal (GI) tract to treat bile duct...

Webinar Addresses ‘Hot Topic’

The recent OR Today webinar “Human Factors and Quality Testing for Device Reprocessing” was sponsored by Healthmark and eligible for one (1) continuing education (CE) hour by the State of California Board of Registered Nursing. The 60-minute webinar featured Jahan...

Nihon Kohden Introduces First Subscription-Based Pricing for Patient Monitoring, Neurology Products

Nihon Kohden, a U.S. market leader in precision medical products and services, has launched subscription-based pricing models for its patient monitoring and neurology products, the first in the industry to take such a step. The pricing models help align costs with...

Nihon Kohden Launches Life Scope SVM-7200 Series

Nihon Kohden has announced the launch of its Life Scope SVM-7200 Series vital signs monitor, a monitor designed for outpatient facilities and beds that traditionally are not continuously monitored. The monitor allows health care practitioners to quickly and easily...

Healthmark Offers Multi-Purpose Label

Healthmark Industries has announced the addition of the Multi-Purpose Equipment Label to its labeling line. It ensures proper labeling for medical equipment to communicate crucial information, addressing one of the many unique challenges health care facilities are tasked with daily.

The Multi-Purpose Equipment Label was developed as a way to ensure consistency and identify whether medical equipment is clean, in-use or dirty. The 2-inch x 3-inch label has an easy to use pull-tab style design with an adhesive backing that does not leave residue behind. The brightly colored label provides high visibility to health care professionals, allowing individuals to correctly communicate the status of equipment.

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