Medical Devices

The global neurodiagnostics market is prospering because of the increasing prevalence of neurodegenerative diseases, the increasing number of diagnostic centers, and the growing awareness of early diagnosis for effective treatment, and growing research and development activities in the imaging technologies.

Medical waste management entails the efficient processing of waste generated by healthcare facilities. Medical waste is the waste which is generated by healthcare or medical facilities during any diagnosis or medical treatment of humans or animals.

Spirometry is a type of pulmonary function test (PFT), which is a non-invasive way of determining how effectively a patient's lungs are functioning. The patient must sit and breathe into a small machine known as a spirometer during a spirometry test.

Diabetes is a chronic disease that occurs either when the pancreas fails to produce adequate insulin or when the body fails to use the insulin that it generates. Insulin is a hormone that helps to keep blood sugar levels in check.

Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) is a medical illness in which the blood arteries become narrower, reducing the adequate flow of blood in the body. Except for the heart and brain vessels, peripheral vascular illnesses induce blockage or constriction of blood veins in the neck, arms, legs, or stomach.

During diagnostic examinations, medical cooling systems are utilized to minimize the excess heat generated by medical equipment. By doing so, the systems are able to extend the life of imaging equipment and contribute to the purpose of providing high-quality patient care.

Electrophysiology is a biomedical field that studies the electric activity in the body. Electrophysiology devices are instruments or tools used to diagnose and treat medical conditions related to the heart such as atrial and ventricular fibrillation, tachycardia, etc.

Patient Monitoring Devices are used to measure, distribute, record, and display combinations of biometric values such as temperature, blood pressure, and heart rate, among others.