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Medical Weight Scales

Medical Weight Scales

We offer mechanical or electronic medical weight scales with various display options. These are part of the standard equipment needed for patient evaluation.

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    Electronic Scale

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    Mechanic Scale.

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    Infant scale.

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    Combined Height and Weight Scale

Description

A weight scale is a piece of medical equipment used for measuring human weight. It is used in routine medical examinations, clinical tests and experiments as a “go to” equipment for patient evaluation (weights, BMI).

Scales can be mechanical or electronic and a few display options can be selected (single display, double display). Height measurement systems can be integrated to weight scales for automatic BMI calculation.

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Important points to consider before choosing a weight scale are:

  • the maximum weight to measure
  • the type of patients (adult, children, neonatal)
  • the precision required by the protocol or procedures

 

Faqs

– How often should a weight scale be calibrated?

Annual calibration is usually recommended on medical weight scales.

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Multiparameter Monitors

Multiparameter Monitors

From the most common monitor, displaying ECG and SpO2 to the most advanced version able to monitor and record other vitals, Quipment can help you find the most suitable device which fulfills your needs.

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    Various parameters available on one screen.

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    Alarms feature.

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    With or without integrated printer.

Description

A Multiparameter patient monitor can provide several measurements on one single screen, displaying multiple vitals needed to assess the patient’s condition. This type of monitor, equipped with configurable alarms, is well suited for critical care.

Depending on the modules and accessories, readings such as Heart Rate, Non-Invasive Blood Pressure, ECG, SpO2, Temperature, Respiration, etc. can be displayed.

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Important points to consider before choosing a Multiparameter Monitor are:

  • what parameters do you need to monitor (ECG, SpO2, Resp, NIBP, Temperature, etc.)?
  • do you need to print the measurements?
  • what type of patients should be monitored (adults, children, etc.)?

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Infusion Devices

Infusion Pumps & Syringe Pumps

From the smallest ambulatory system to the most advanced infusion and/or syringe pump, Quipment can help you find the most suitable device.

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    Syringe Pumps are recommended for smaller volume /flow-rates.

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    A wide range of options & accessories is available upon request.

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    Infusion Pumps are recommended for high volume /flow-rates.

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    A wide range of options & accessories is available upon request.

Description

Syringe and/or Infusion pumps are electronic devices delivering medication solutions (drugs or nutrients) into the patient’s circulatory system.

Unlike a manual infusion performed by a nurse, Syringe or Infusion pumps can deliver medication with high precision, even at low flow rates. In addition, such devices are equipped with safety features, including automatic alarms for alerting the users in case of issue.

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Important points to consider before choosing an infusion system are the infusion parameters required for your project:

  • volume to be infused, flow-rate, duration
  • IV product’s compatibility with tubing material. There is a large choice of materials available (PVC, Latex-free, PVC-free, UV sensitive, etc.)
  • IV Sets with or without integrated filters
  • optional accessories can also be requested for convenience (e.g. pole clamp, etc.) or safety (e.g. drop sensor, etc.)

Faqs

What is the difference between an Infusion Pump and a Syringe Pump?

  • Infusion pumps are usually used for administrating high volumes of products to patients. For smaller volumes and flow-rates, Syringe Pumps are preferable.

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Height Scales / Stadiometers

Height Scales / Stadiometers

From the standard mechanical version to the advanced electronic type integrating weight scale and automatic BMI calculation, Quipment can help you find the Stadiometer you need.

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    Manual or Electronic.

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    Quipment can also provide Height Scales integrated in Weight Scales.

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    Combined Height and Weight Scale

Description

A Height Scale, also called Stadiometer, is a medical device used for measuring patient height. A horizontal headpiece slides on a vertical ruler and is placed on top of the patient’s head.

Height Scales are part of the common medical equipment used in routine examinations. Height measurement system can be integrated to weight scales for automatic BMI calculation.

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Important points to consider before choosing a Height Scale are:
– do you need a weight scale as well? Combo (height & weight) models are available
– do you need a standard mechanical scale or an electronic type?

Faqs

– Is Calibration possible on Height Scales?

A mechanical stadiometer cannot be calibrated as it is essentially a ruler. However, for electronic stadiometers, the readings are obtained using sensors. To ensure proper functioning, an accessory with a known length (such as a steel bar) can be provided and used for accuracy control.

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ECG Recorders

ECG recorders

From the standard tabletop to the most advanced touchscreen models, Quipment can provide and design the perfect electrocardiograph for your clinical trial(s).

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    With transmission capabilities

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    ECG measurements (HR, Qt, etc.) are automatically measured. The recorder can display/print an interpretation of the ECG.

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    Quipment can pre-configure the ECG recorder according to your requirements.

Description

Electrocardiograph devices can record and produce an electrocardiogram (ECG), showing the electrical activity of the heart (using electrodes placed on the patient’s skin).

ECG recorders integrate interpretation algorithms for automatic analysis and measurements of parameters such as PR, QT, corrected QT (QTc) intervals, PR axis, QRS axis, rhythm, etc.

ECG recordings can be directly printed and/or transmitted via Ethernet (LAN/Wi-Fi), Phone line, USB, etc.

Devices are ready to use upon arrival at the investigator site.

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Important points to consider before choosing an ECG recorder are:
– the number of leads (conventional 12-leads ECG, 5-leads or 3-leads)
– do you need the ECG recordings to be transmitted or simply printed?
– portable or desktop/tabletop type
– any specific configuration (number of ECG copies, parameters/measurement to display, etc.)

Faqs

– What is the difference between a conventional ECG recorder and an ECG Holter?

Conventional ECG machines are mainly used for performing a “short” recording (usually 10 seconds) while ECG Holters are used for continuous recording and monitoring of the patient’s heart activity (24 / 48 / 72 hours or even >7 days), in order to detect any cardiac disorder.

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Holter ECGs

Holter ECGs

We offer Holter ECGs with a wide variety of features. We can help you find the right model, capable of monitoring up to 7 days.

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Description

A Holter ECG monitor is a portable device used for continuous cardiac monitoring for one or more days. Long-term recording makes it possible to observe cardiac arrhythmias which could go unnoticed over a shorter period.

Most Holter ECGs  works along with an analysis/interpretation Software.

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Important points to consider before choosing an ECG Holter are:
– the number of leads (10-leads, 7, leads, 5-leads or 3-leads)
– the recording duration needed (24, 48h, 72h, 7 days, etc.)

Faqs

– What is the difference between an ECG Holter and a conventional ECG recorder?

Conventional ECG machines are typically used for performing a “short” recording (usually 10 seconds) while ECG Holters are used for continuous recording and monitoring of the patient’s heart activity (24 / 48 / 72 hours or even >7 days), in order to detect any cardiac disorder.

– Can all ECG Holters record for 1 week?

No, the recording duration capability depends on the model of Holter and the type of memory card (if any). Please let us know the recording duration you need so that we can choose the right equipment for you.

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Centrifuges

Laboratory Centrifuges

From small tabletop centrifuges to the largest refrigerated models, Quipment can help you choose the right centrifuge according to the lab manual specifications.

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    Wide range of configuration possible :

    Rotor type, adapters, refrigerated models, etc.

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    Integrated safety mechanisms :

    Imbalance, Door lock

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    Wide range of configuration possible :

    Rotor type, adapters, refrigerated models, etc.

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    Integrated safety mechanisms :

    Imbalance, Door lock

Description

Laboratory centrifuges are motor driven equipment, which allow to spin liquid samples at high speeds in order to separate substances of higher or lower density, using the sedimentation principle.

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Important points to consider before choosing a Centrifuge are:

  • the dimension or references of the tube(s) to centrifuge
  • the type of rotor required (Fixed-Angle or Swing-out)
  • the max centrifugal speed required
  • whether an ambient or refrigerated centrifuge is needed

Faqs

What is the difference between a fixed-angle and a swing-out rotor?

Swing-out rotors (or “bucket rotors”) allow a better separation of liquids containing larger solids (i.e.: sand sized particles).
Fixed-angle rotors can hold a larger quantity of tubes than a swing-out type. In addition, fixed rotors can tolerate greater speeds/gravitational forces, required for separating macromolecules (i.e.: protein).

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Blood Pressure Monitors

BP Monitors

Manual or electronic, with or without a pediatric option, Quipment can provide user-friendly Sphygmomanometers/BP Monitors according to your requirements.

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Description

A Sphygmomanometer or Blood Pressure Monitor, is a medical device used to measure blood pressure, consisting of a relatively small monitor linked to an inflatable cuff via a plastic tube.

Manual Sphygmomanometers require the physician to manually inflate the cuff using an inflation bulb and are usualy used in conjunction with a stethoscope.

Electronic monitors however, can automatically control the cuff pressure and integrate sensors, eliminating the need for a stethoscope.

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Important points to consider before choosing a BP Monitor are:

  • the type of Sphygmomanometer: electronic or manual
  • the size of the cuffs to be provided (adults, children, etc.)

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Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitors

ABPM

We offer several of the most well-known ABPMs on the market. Quipment can help you find the right model, capable of generating the measurements you need.

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    Results are exported using a Software, allowing report generation.

Description

Consisting of a small monitor linked to an inflatable cuff via a plastic tube, an ABPM is a portable device used for monitoring the patient’s blood pressure and heart rate at regular intervals. ABPMs permit the evaluation of cardiac risk factors. The devices can be used while patients are sleeping to  determine if a patient is a “dipper” or “non-dipper”.

ABPMs may also reduce the “White Coat Effect” where patients heart rates are elevated when in the presence of a doctor.

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Important points to consider before choosing an Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor are:

  • the desired monitoring duration (usually 24 hours)
  • the size of the cuffs to be provided (Adults, Children, etc.)
  • most ABPMs work on batteries which can also been provided by Quipment if necessary

Faqs

– Is software required for obtaining the BP results?

Yes, for most devices available on the market, it is necessary to use a software for downloading the measurements and generating reports. Hence, clinical sites will need to install software on their local computers. Quipment can also provide laptops to accompany these devices.

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