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Analyzers, Physiologic, Dental Pulp

Definition : Physiologic analyzers designed to evaluate the pulpal vitality of teeth by electrically stimulating the nerve tissue of the pulp. The electric current needed to obtain a patient response to the stimulus is a measure of the condition of the dental pulp. These analyzers usually consist of a high-frequency electronic oscillator, cables, and electrodes to apply the electrical signal; some units include a display. Dental pulp physiologic analyzers are used to determine pulp necrosis, pulpitis, and involvement of teeth that are near lesions.

Entry Terms : "Dental Pulp Testers" , "Testers, Pulp" , "Pulp Testers"

UMDC code : 13187

   

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Parkell Inc

Parkell, Inc. is the United States' leading manufacturer of economical dental electronics (ultrasonic scalers, electrosurgery units, apex locators, curing lights, etc.) This family-owned 61-year-old company also produces a complete range of quality impression materials, cements, bonding agents, and restorative materials, as well as providing a selection of affordably priced endodontic equipment.

Siemens AG

Siemens AG

Siemens Canada Ltd

Siemens Canada Ltd

Siemens Healthcare Inc

Siemens Healthcare is dedicated to helping you get the most out of your investment throughout the entire product life cycle and beyond. We understand that investments in healthcare technology today will have profound effects on both your patients and your business for years to come. Our goal is to enable you to take technology further, profitability higher, and patient care to the next level.

Siemens Medical Solutions (South Africa)

Siemens Medical Solutions (South Africa)

Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics Ltd

Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics Ltd

The Pelton & Crane Co

Pelton & Crane was founded in 1900 by Dr. R.M. Pelton, a dentist, and Mr. Crane, an electrical engineer, with the purpose of designing and manufacturing a furnace used to bake porcelain inlays.

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