New Large Capacity Autoclave from Priorclave
British manufacturer Priorclave launches its largest front-loading cylindrical chamber autoclave, which has been developed to enable laboratories to maximise sterilising efficiency especially where there is a high throughout.
Cost-Effective Steam Sterilisers
Priorclave's C40 benchtop autoclave provides new laboratories with a cutting-edge and cost-effective team steriliser, supported by an extended warranty.
Novel Molecular Assay for Pre-Surgical Screening Detects Newly Discovered MRSA Strains
BD Diagnostics, a segment of BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), announced today the availability of the CE-marked BD MAX™ StaphSR assay with eXTended Detection Technology in Europe for use on the fully-automated BD MAX System.
Linet to Attend 16th Annual EPUAP Meeting
Linet invites you to the 16th Annual EPUAP Meeting for Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Treatment held in Vienna, Austria, from 28-30 August.
Priorclave Introduces Space-Saving PowerDoor Autoclaves
Where there is limited lab space conventional chamber door swing is a problem and for this reason Priorclave has introduced the RSV range of autoclaves.
Central Data Networks- Cardiology Solutions
CDN is a long-standing provider of cardiology solutions with many 'best-of-breed' solutions such as Tom Tec and Medis to complement our CVIS enterprise booking/scheduling portal and our...
Choosing a Modern Laboratory Autoclave
Choosing a Modern Laboratory...
Micronova Cleanroom Product Catalogue
In today's world, the call for controlled manufacturing is standard across a wide range of industries. Processing and cleaning controls continue to grow ever more stringent in biotechnology...
Micronova Product Catalogue for Hospital Applications
Micronova's mopping systems are designed to be interchangeable. The core of each of our mop systems is the electropolished stainless steel handle....
The Use of the i-gel Supraglottic Airway in Pre-Hospital Resuscitation
The i-gel is an innovative second-generation supraglottic airway with a soft, gel-like, non-inflatable cuff. The i-gel is designed to create a non-inflatable anatomical seal of the...
October's top stories: Boston Children's Hospital gets grant, new Texas centre
Texas health system breaks ground on Willow Park centre, while Boston Children's Hospital Heart Center secures grant from Abiomed. Hospitalmanagement.net wraps up the key headlines from October 2013.
September's top stories: Indian group to invest $240m, Ohio's proton therapy
Manipal Hospitals, a group in Bangalore, India, plans to invest approximately $240m for expansion, while Ohio hospital breaks ground on a $30m proton therapy facility. Hospitalmanagement.net wraps up the key headlines from September 2013.
August's top stories: UK hospitals receive £500m, Indian hospital gets $17.5m
Hospitals across the world have received financing - UK has earmarked additional funding of £500m for hospitals in the next two years while Indian Rainbow Hospitals received $17.5m in equity investment.
July's top stories: French banks fund Belarusian hospital
This month Belarus has announced plans to seek a €115m loan from French banks to construct a new hospital in Minsk, while Starship Children's Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand, has inaugurated neuroservices and medical specialities wards.
Cataract surgery: powering up the femtosecond laser
Femtosecond lasers are promising a dramatic improvement in cataract removal and other eye surgeries. What are the benefits of this technology for patients and care providers, and is it financially out of reach for public healthcare systems like the NHS?
Polycom and Project ECHO: Saving Lives Throughout New Mexico
The University of New Mexico's Project Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (Project ECHO) links university healthcare specialists with rural and prison-based clinicians to improve the level of care provided to patients in underserved areas of the state. The program focuses on patients who suffer from complex, chronic diseases.
Polycom Videoconferencing at the Michigan Department of Corrections
The Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) manages 48 correctional facilities across an area of 58,110 square miles. The agency administers a range of functions - from medical care to parole hearings - for nearly 49,000 prisoners, 19,000 parolees and 57,000 probationers. From its headquarters in Lansing, MDOC must oversee operations and prisoners cost-effectively and safely. But with some corrections facilities located as far as 560 miles from Lansing, that difficult job is even more daunting.
Remote Stroke and Trauma Care with Polycom Telemedicine
A not-for-profit organization, the Seton Family of Hospitals is the leading provider of healthcare services in Central Texas, serving an eleven-county population of 1.8 million. The organization operates five major medical centers, two community hospitals, two rural hospitals, an inpatient mental health hospital, several strategically located health facilities that provide rehabilitation and medical care for well patients, and three primary care clinics for the uninsured.
Video Network: A Model for Innovative Care Delivery at South Carolina Department of Mental Health
The South Carolina Department of Mental Health (DMH) is the state's public mental health authority. It operates 17 community-based, outpatient mental health centers which serve all 46 counties in South Carolina. DMH also operates four licensed psychiatric hospitals and three nursing homes. DMH provides mental health services to between 90,000 and 100,000 patients per year, more than 30,000 of whom are children. The majority of the persons served by DMH are low-income or indigent.
Diagnostic LCDs Need Dedicated Standards
Diagnostic LCDs have grown increasingly precise since they entered the market some 15 years ago, but they are still judged by the same standards as cathode ray tubes (CRT). Dr Peter M Steven of NDSsi discusses the anachronistic thinking around radiology displays, and explains why new models need new standards.