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Scales, Clinical, Autopsy

Definition : Clinical scales that incorporate a detachable pan that hangs as part of a spring scale or is on the top of a mechanical or electronic scale. These scales typically have a capacity up to 3 to 15 kg (6 to 33 lb) and 10 to 20 g (0.025 to 0.05 lb) readability. Autopsy scales are used to weigh organs and other anatomic parts in autopsy rooms, morgues, and anatomic and pathology laboratories.

Entry Terms : "Autopsy Scales" , "Scales, Autopsy" , "Scales, Postmortem"

UMDC code : 13457

   

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Algen Scale Corp

Serving our valued customers since 1984. We design custom systems for Batching, Filling, Inventory control, data collection, special software.

Cardinal Health Belgium BVBA/SPRL

Cardinal Health Belgium BVBA/SPRL

Cardinal Health Canada Inc

Cardinal Health Canada Inc

Cardinal Health France

Cardinal Health France

Cardinal Health GmbH

Cardinal Health GmbH

Cardinal Health Medical Products & Services Group

Cardinal Health helps pharmacies, hospitals and ambulatory care sites focus on patient care while reducing costs, improving efficiency and quality, and increasing profitability.

Cardinal Health Spain SL

Cardinal Health Spain SL

Cardinal Health Sweden AB

Cardinal Health Sweden AB

Cardinal Health Switzerland

Cardinal Health Switzerland

Cardinal Health UK Ltd

Cardinal Health UK Ltd

Detecto Scale Co

Detecto Scale Company was started in 1900 in New York City by three immigrant brothers (The Jacobs Brothers) in the butcher supply business. The company produced bakers' dough scales, butchers' scales, clinical scales, counter scales and hanging scales.

European Instruments

European Instruments

Fisher Healthcare

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (NYSE: TMO) is the world leader in serving science. Our mission is to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. With revenues of $12 billion, we have approximately 39,000 employees and serve customers within pharmaceutical and biotech companies, hospitals and clinical diagnostic labs, universities, research institutions and government agencies, as well as in environmental and process control industries.

Fisher Scientific Co (Canada)

Fisher Scientific Co (Canada)

Fisher Scientific GmbH

Fisher Scientific GmbH

Fisher Scientific Oy

Fisher Scientific Oy

Fisher Scientific UK

Fisher Scientific UK

Funeralia GmbH

Funeralia GmbH

Global Medical Products Inc (Canada)

Global Medical Products Inc (Canada)

H Fereday & Sons Ltd

H Fereday & Sons Ltd

Johnson Scale Co

Leonard T. Johnson, who entered the scale industry in 1897, founded Johnson Scale Company. He apprenticed with the leading scale manufacturers of the day before striking out on his own. A salesman by trade but an inventor at heart, his goal was to produce and distribute retail, cylinder and fan scales of his own design. Len acquired a number of patents, and after an attempt to start a manufacturing firm was aborted by the death of a business partner, he began selling and servicing scales and store equipment out of an office in Newark, New Jersey. The Johnson Scale Company was born.

Karl Hammacher GmbH

Karl Hammacher GmbH

Marsden Weighing Machine Group Ltd

Marsden Weighing Machine Group Ltd

Mettler Toledo (Scweiz) GmbH

Mettler Toledo (Scweiz) GmbH

MOPEC Inc

Mopec has been a supplier of pathology, histology, necropsy, autopsy, morgue and mortuary equipment and supplies for over 15 years.

Para Scientific Co

Sakura Finetek Japan Co Ltd

Sakura Finetek Japan Co Ltd

Scientek Technology Corp

Scientek Technology Corp

Thermo Fisher Scientific Australia Pty Ltd

Thermo Fisher Scientific Australia Pty Ltd

Thermo Fisher Scientific India Pvt Ltd

Thermo Fisher Scientific India Pvt Ltd

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