The Rigel 288 Plus safety analyzer from Rigel Medical, Tampa, Fla, operates on AA batteries and can be used to complete testing for insulation, earth/ground bond, and touch or point-to-point leakage current. Its small footprint also makes it easier for field engineers to transport from from site to site.
Pronk Technologies has debuted a new device designed to improve accuracy while testing infusion pumps. The patent-pending HydroBalance maintains a consistent head height in infusion pumps, ensuring constant fluid pressure and eliminating a common source of error during the pump testing process.
Acertara Acoustic Laboratories has introduced two new ultrasound leakage testing products: AmpSafe, an electrical leakage analyzer for ultrasound transducers, and Accept, a probe adapter used with AmpSafe and other electrical leakage analyzers that interfaces with multiple styles of transducer connectors.
The RaySafe X2 Survey sensor from Unfors RaySafe, a Fluke Biomedical company, captures low dose-rate measurements in both an x-ray machine’s primary beam and scattered radiation.
Acertara Acoustic Laboratories has announced that its ultrasound probe testing device, the Active-Z, has received the CE Mark, allowing it to be sold within the European Union.
A team from NIST has created a PET-MR phantom for use in the calibration of PET-MR scanners' clinical performance, allowing for the development of a national standard for calibrating these machines.
Rigel Medical, a manufacturer of medical device and equipment testers, announced on December 11 that it has produced a new online video to showcase its 288 electrical safety analyzer.
Acertara Acoustic Laboratories has announced that it was awarded a US patent for its Aureon ultrasound probe testing device. This is the 16th patent Acertara has been awarded related to diagnostic ultrasound system and probe testing devices.
Radcal Corporation, Monrovia, Calif, has announced the first WiFi device for the company’s Accu-Gold line of diagnostic x-ray meters.
When combined with the company's hand-held UNISIM simulator, the PULS-R universal SpO2 simulation finger from Rigel Medical provides an all-in-one vital signs solution.
The IEEE has released a new standard aimed at helping manufacturers and healthcare providers evaluate wearable, cuffless devices for measuring blood pressure.
Because infusion devices have been involved in a number of safety incidents in recent years, they must be regularly tested and evaluated to ensure that they are functioning to the manufacturer’s specification and within clinical and environmental expectations.
The IDA-5 infusion device analyzer from Fluke Biomedical, Everett, Wash, can digitally verify that a pump is administering flow, volume, and boluses accurately and is occluding appropriately in real time.
A new publication from Rigel Medical provides guidance on testing medical infusion devices and describes the operation and features of Rigel's Multi-Flo analyzer.
Acertara Acoustic Laboratories has announced that its ultrasound probe testing product, Aureon, has been granted a CE mark. The designation allows for sales and marketing of the product in the European Union.
Acertara Acoustic Laboratories has announced the recent expansion of its accreditation scope to include FirstCall calibration services and acoustic hydrophone calibration.
Lung simulators from Hans Rudolph are designed for use in testing respiratory equipment, They can also be used in training and education programs.
The Multi-Flo analyzer from Rigel Medical can accommodate twice as many infusion devices as volumetric-based analyzers and cut testing times by up to 50%, according to the company.
The new Active-Z handheld ultrasound probe testing device from Acertara Acoustic Laboratories will be on display at the upcoming AAMI conference in Philadelphia.
Olympus has announced the launch of an automated endoscope leak tester, the ALT-Pro, that it says will prevent human error while enhancing efficiency in endoscope reprocessing.