Computer Radiography

Computer radiography (CR) is a medical imaging technology that uses a digital system to produce X-ray images. Unlike traditional X-ray machines, which use film to capture and display images, CR systems use a digital image receptor and a computer to process and display the X-ray images.

Digital Radiography

Digital radiography equipment consists of a digital X-ray machine and a digital detector that is placed behind the area being imaged. The X-ray machine emits a beam of X-rays, which pass through the body and are absorbed differently depending on the density of the tissue. The digital detector then captures the X-rays that pass through the body and converts them into digital images that can be viewed on a computer screen.

C-arm machine

A C-arm machine is a specialized medical imaging device that is used in a variety of medical procedures, including orthopedic surgery, vascular surgery, and cardiac procedures. The name “C-arm” refers to the device’s C-shaped arm that connects the X-ray source to the detector.C-arm machines consist of a fluoroscope (an X-ray machine that produces real-time images) mounted on a C-shaped arm th


A ventilator is a medical device that helps patients breathe by delivering air (and sometimes other gases) into their lungs. Ventilators are commonly used in hospitals and other medical settings to support patients with respiratory failure, which can occur due to various medical conditions such as pneumonia, lung injury, or other respiratory diseases.

Lead Apron

A lead apron is a type of medical equipment that is commonly used in radiology procedures to protect the patient from exposure to ionizing radiation. The apron is made from a heavy, flexible material, typically lead or a lead composite, and is designed to cover the torso and the pelvis of the patient.Lead aprons work by absorbing the radiation emitted by the X-ray machine, which can be harmful to the patient’s body

Anaesthesia Workstation

An Anaesthesia Workstation is a medical device used in hospitals and clinics during surgical procedures to administer general anaesthesia to patients. It is a self-contained unit that includes various components to deliver and monitor anaesthetic gases and drugs. Here’s some information about the components of an Anaesthesia Workstation

USG Jelly

USG jelly, also known as ultrasound gel, is a specialized gel used in medical imaging procedures such as ultrasound scans. The gel is applied to the skin in the area being imaged, and it helps to create a smooth, even surface for the ultrasound probe to move across. This results in clearer and more accurate images, making it an essential component in medical equipment for ultrasound scans.

Glucometers Strips

Glucometers and strips are important medical equipment used in the monitoring of blood glucose levels in individuals with diabetes. A glucometer is a handheld device that measures blood glucose levels using a small blood sample obtained from a finger prick. Glucometers are essential for people with diabetes as they allow them to monitor their blood glucose levels and make informed decisions about their diet, medication, and lifestyle.


X-ray machines are a type of medical equipment that use electromagnetic radiation to produce images of the body’s internal structures. They are commonly used to diagnose and monitor a variety of medical conditions, including bone fractures, tumors, and pneumonia.The basic principle of an X-ray machine involves passing X-rays through the body and capturing the resulting images on film or a digital detector.

View Box

The View Box is a medical equipment that is used to view and analyze medical images such as X-rays, mammograms, and other radiographic images. It is a type of lightbox that provides a uniform light source for viewing medical images in a controlled environment.The View Box typically consists of a metal or plastic frame that houses a fluorescent light source and a diffusing panel. The diffusing panel is designed to evenly distribute the light from the fluorescent bulbs across the entire surface of the box, which helps to eliminate any hotspots or shadows that might interfere with the viewing of the medical images.

CT & MRI Dicom Paper Printer

CT (Computed Tomography) and MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) are both imaging techniques used in medical diagnosis. Both CT and MRI produce high-quality images of the internal structures of the body, and these images can be used to detect and diagnose a wide range of medical conditions.DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is a standard format used to store and transmit medical images. DICOM files can be created by CT and MRI machines, as well as other medical imaging equipment such as ultrasound and X-ray machines.

CT & MRI Cathlab Pressure Injector

CT (Computed Tomography) and MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) are medical imaging technologies used to create detailed images of the body’s internal structures. CT scanners use X-rays to produce cross-sectional images of the body, while MRI machines use strong magnetic fields and radio waves to create detailed images of organs and tissues. Both CT and MRI scans are important diagnostic tools used in the diagnosis of a wide range of medical conditions.

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