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Detectors, Air Bubble/Foam

Definition : Detectors designed to discover air bubbles (e.g., gas embolus, typically of 0.5 ml or larger), micro bubbles (e.g., fractions of microliter), and/or foam in extracorporeal perfusion lines and/or devices intended to deliver blood and intravenous solutions into the vascular system. These devices usually detect the gas embolus using photoelectric or ultrasonic techniques; they frequently trigger alarms and activate automated mechanisms to stop the infusion. Air bubble/foam detectors are used mainly in equipment designed to provide temporary total or partial external circulation for therapeutic or other purposes (e.g., heart-lung bypass, hemodialysis and apheresis units).

Entry Terms : "Air Bubble/Foam Detectors" , "Foam Detectors" , "Air Bubble Detectors" , "Bubble Detectors" , "Emboli Monitors"

UMDC code : 10510

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American Gas & Chemical Co Ltd

Company Type: Parent

we have been engaged in the engineering, formulation, manufacture and distribution of products which make life easier for industry. We specialize in leak detection, gas monitoring, safety and products to ensure metal integrity

Edwards Lifesciences Corp

Company Type: Parent

Edwards Lifesciences is the global leader in the science of heart valves and hemodynamic monitoring. Driven by a passion to help patients, the company partners with clinicians to develop innovative technologies in the areas of structural heart disease and critical care monitoring that enable them to save and enhance lives.

Parks Medical Electronics Inc

Company Type: Parent

Parks Medical Electronics, Inc. is the world's oldest manufacturer of Doppler Ultrasound Systems. We were established in 1961 as Parks Electronics Laboratory, and manufactured impedance plethysmographs, mercury strain-gage plethysmographs, hearing testers, EKG telephone telemetry and exercise EKG telemetry in the years before Doppler.

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