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Casework, Operating/Procedure Room

Definition : Casework designed for use in surgical and/or special procedures rooms. This casework usually includes a combination of several cabinets, desks, and tables arranged to meet the needs of an operating and/or procedure room; it may include warming units, sinks, and other special furniture. Most casework units are made of stainless steel, frequently with glass doors to facilitate ease of cleaning and/or sterilization. Operating/procedure room casework is used in hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities in dedicated areas or rooms intended for surgical and/or some special procedures (e.g., catheterization).

Entry Terms : "Operating Room Casework" , "Procedure Room Casework"

UMDC code : 27090

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CCI Group Inc

Company Type: Parent

Dwyer Products Corp

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Dwyer's commitment to innovation, service and manufacturing excellence make us the ideal resource for total kitchen systems and modular medical casework, backed by a industry-leading single source warranty.

Healthcare Storage Solutions Corp

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Herman Miller Inc

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Herman Miller is a 100-year-old-plus company that places great importance on design, the environment, community service, and the health and well-being of our customers and our employees. Innovative ways to improve the performance of our customers' organizations have become our hallmark.

Neocase

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STERIS Corp

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STERIS is a global leader in infection prevention, contamination control, surgical and critical care technologies, and more.STERIS is the world's pre-eminent infection prevention, decontamination, and surgical and critical care company, with a long list of first-to-market products and industry-leading service innovations and thousands of customers in more than 60 countries. While the corporation was founded as Innovative Medical Technologies in 1985 and renamed STERIS in 1987, our history dates back to 1894 with the founding of American Sterilizer Company, a long-time, global leading innovator of sterilization products.

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