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What are Miscellaneous Medical and Surgical Instruments and Supplies?

What are Miscellaneous Medical and Surgical Instruments and Supplies?

Medical and Surgical Instruments and Supplies includes the instruments which are used for the purpose of enabling artificial breathing, for diagnosing purpose, for the purpose of monitoring, for relocating the biological structure ,for surgery and also for the disposables after the operation. These include Medical Equipments and Surgical Equipment. Examples are Anaesthesia Equipment, Suction Machine, Syringe Destroyer, Resuscitators, Sterilizing, Medical Implants, Medical Gas Delivery System, Light Therapy Boxes, Chloroform Bellows, Medicam Camera and Commode Pan.



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