Infusion Pumps & Electrosurgical Unit

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[INQ. NO. 2204E01] DAIWHA Corporation, Ltd. has been in operation for 43 years, and is a company specialized in the manufacturing of infusion pumps and surgical units. Focusing on people’s lives above all, DAIWHA has strived always to provide customers with a better medical environment.
DAIWHA’s infusion pumps mainly feature high accuracy, user convenience, and an IV set & syringe library. They are also equipped with a central monitoring system (wireless), which facilitates monitoring the infusion state of the patient in real time; and it can be used for patient-control analgesia and target-controlled infusion.

Infusion Pumps & Electrosurgical Unit


The electrosurgical unit under the brand name DE400 is a complex energy platform, all in one. It enables the use of bipolar electric energy with monopolar and bipolar at the same time in a generator. In laparoscopic surgery as well as laparotomy, the bipolar energy device, which is used for cut and coagulation of blood vessels and tissues, is activated by a single generator included the function of the electrosurgical unit. For the patient’s safety, DE400 also has functions such as auto power control and auto power stop.

Infusion Pumps & Electrosurgical Unit


MEDISONIC DU-SERIES is an ultrasonic energy-device that is used for cutting and sealing blood vessels and tissue during open and minimally invasive surgery. It is the first domestic surgical energy device with a 90% market share among global medical device manufacturers.
The integrated transducer which converts electricity into ultrasonic energy reduces the costs of continuous replacement and sterilization. Moreover, it provides convenience as the cable is not twisted during operation.
MEDISONIC (338g) is made of lightweight materials to minimize fatigue of the user’s wrist by being lighter than other products.

Infusion Pumps & Electrosurgical Unit


 
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