Friday, 17 February 2012

Infant Radiant Warmer

Infant Radiant Warmer :

The infant radiant warmer is an integrated system produced by us and is widely demanded for its superior applicability and performance. The infant radiant warmers have been designed to meet the exacting requirements involved in providing care for the pre-matured babies and in meeting the critical conditions
Radiant warmers are frequently used in delivery rooms and neonatal care units when open access and external heat are simultaneously required.


  • A Micro-processor controlled Infant warming system.
  • Two Mode of Operation Servo Skin & Manual.
  • APGAR Timer
  • Feather Touch operation with large digital display and comprehensive alarms
  • Thermistor based Temperature Sensor for accurate temperature measurement
  • Memory Backup restores set temperature and control mode automatically, in the event of power failure. it helps to reduce the attention failure of users
  • The baby bed is tiltable at both sides for trendle and flower positioning.
  • Easily removable and Unbreakable hinge with acrylic side panels to clean the subsequent usages.
  • The Heater Module easily pivots 90 degrees in either direction to facilitate other procedures such as X-rays without disturbing the baby
  • Inbuilt Cabinet facility to store the records
  • Optional Accessories – Oxygen cylinder mounting provision, Flow meter, X-ray cassette tray.

Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Medical Technology

Medical Technology encompasses a wide range of Healthcare Products and is used to diagnose, monitor or treat diseases or medical conditions affecting humans. Such technologies are intended to improve the quality of healthcare delivered through earlier diagnosis, less invasive treatment options and reductions in hospital stays and rehabilitation times. Recent advances in medical technology have also focused on cost reduction.  Medical technology may broadly include medical devices and healthcare services.


 1895, X-ray, by Wilhelm Rontgen

1903, electrocardiograph, by Willem Einthoven

1956, endoscope, by Basil Hirschowitz

1958, ultrasound scan, by Ian Donald

1958, Pacemaker, by Rune Elmqvist

1973, CT (CAT) scan, by Godfrey Hounsfield and Allan Cormack

1982, artificial heart, by Robert Jarvik