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  • Arthrex FASTak & Corkscrew Shoulder Repair Instrumentation

    $1,295.00
  • DTS Three Tier Stainless Steel Cart

    $795.00
  • Getinge GSS10 Surgical Scrub Sink

    $4,995.00
  • Sale!

    HOTLINE® Fluid Warmer HL-90

    $650.00
  • Howmedica Mainstay Soft Tissue Anchor

    $750.00
  • Medical Equipment Supplier

    Linvatec IntraArc Power System Handpiece

    $725.00
  • Microaire Replacement Cord

    $3,495.00
  • Power X & Vaser Repair Tickets

    $195.00
  • Wells Johnson HVP Auto Graft System

    $21,900.00
  • Sale! Baker BioChemGARD E3 BCG601 Biosafety Cabinet - Class II Type B2

    BioChemGARD e3 BCG601 Biological Safety Cabinet Baker Hood – Class II Type B2

    $9,995.00
  • Jackson Spinal Table

    Jackson Spinal Table

    $18,900.00

    On Backorder

  • Sakura Tissue Processor Tissue-Tek VIP E300

    Sakura Tissue Processor Tissue-Tek VIP E300 Bench-top

  • UP-D25MD

    A6 Digital Color Printer UP-D25MD

    $1,400.00
  • ALLEN Sam III Stirrups

    ALLEN Sam III Stirrups

    $1,295.00
  • Welch Allyn Suresight Vision Screener

    Welch Allyn SureSight Vision Screener

    $2,700.00

Miscellaneous Medical Equipment For Sale

New and Used Miscellaneous Medical Equipment for Sale at The Dr’s Toy Store. Buy Microscopes now for the Best prices.

1. LifeSource
This is medical equipment that is helpful in the management of asthma or COPD! This non-invasive fingertip pulse oximeter allows you to quickly and easily measure oxygen levels in the blood to help you control your health!

The ability to know about oxygen saturation and pulse rate levels – precise and immediate readings to control oxygen and pulse rate which helps you to live more active and satisfying lives.

2. Sphygmomanometer
The Sphygmomanometer is a device which is used to measures blood pressure. It consists of an inflatable rubber cuff, which is wrapped around the arms of the user. The sphygmomanometer is inflated to a much higher systolic pressure than expected. When the valve is open, the cuff pressure (slowly) decreases. When the cuff’s pressure is equal to the arterial systolic pressure, the blood begins to pass over the cuff, creating turbulence in the bloodstream and sound. Using a stethoscope, these sounds are heard and the cuff’s pressures are recorded. The blood flow will continue until the cuff’s pressure falls below the arterial diastolic pressure. The pressure when the blood flow sounds stop indicates the diastolic pressure.

3. Weighing Scales
These are medical devices which are used to measure weight. It works by making use of a spring balance or spring scales to calculate weight that is the product of mass into gravity (9.807 m/s2) on the force on a spring, whereas a balance or pair of scales using a balance beam compares masses by balancing the weight due to the mass of an object against the weight of one or more known masses. Some of them are calibrated to read in units of force (weight) for example Newtons rather than units of mass such as kilograms.

The balance or pair of scales using a traditional balance beam to compare masses may read correctly for mass even if moved to a place with different non-zero gravitational field strength. Also, the spring balances that are designed with a reading of weight (force) in mind, would read correctly for weight in different non-zero gravitational field strength.

4. Hospital Beds
These are medical equipment which is used primarily in acute out-of-hospital care situations by emergency medical services (EMS), military, and search and rescue personnel. In medical forensics, the right arm of a corpse is left hanging off the stretcher to let paramedics know it is not a wounded patient. They are also used to hold prisoners during lethal injections in the United States.