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spotlight on: recovery & healing Approximately 10 million asymptomatic DVTs occur in the US per year. Source-Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy, 2007 It is estimated that anywhere from one in 5,000 to one in 100,000 administrations of general anesthesia with triggering agents will result in malignant hyperthermia. Source: ASAPS Annual Meeting 2008 VENAFLOW ELITE MIMIC WALK AWAY FROM RISK AMBULATION TO PREVENT The EQUATOR® Convective Warming System Controlled Convective Warming® in a compact design • • • • • • • Automatic temperature control Fast warmup and high air flow Quiet operation Compact and lightweight design Four-temperature selection display Large digital readout Multiple mounting options: floor, iv pole, or custom designed rolling cart with blanket storage basket Everything your practice needs when performing in-office treatments and procedures Stat Kit Z-1000®! When time is critical, your ability to get the appropriate medications, devices and oxygen to the patient may be the difference between a life saved and a life lost. DVT 10 114-0159 108-5856 Snugglewarm® Convective Warming Blankets • Made of soft comfortable fabric-like material—no hot plastic • Strong and durable—resists tears, punctures and fluids • Easy to manipulate, fold, and reposition for quick patient access • Designed to conform to the patient’s body–no billowing • Latex-free • Available in multiple configurations for all clinical applications AED and Oxygen Sold Separately page 22 449-0032 Features: Low profile, lightweight design Compliance counter Telescoping bed hanger Battery option Automatic cuff detection Preset pressures & alarms One pump for calf, thigh & foot cuffs Soft and breathable cuffs Benefits: Easily stored; easily transported Available with compliance counter to monitor and track compliance Extends to accommodate up to 3.5 inches Battery-installed units available upon request Systems automatically identifies attached cuff configuration and adjusts pressure accordingly No-adjustments necessary Provides for ease of use and minimizes inventory Assists in increasing patient comfort and compliance 404-8380 404-5684 404-8428 Full Body Blanket Upper Body Blanket Lower Body Blanket 10/Box 10/Box 10/Box Don’t forget Revonto : page 29 ™ Contact your trusted advisor at Henry Schein for all your crash cart and critical care needs. 115-8712 108-5403 114-8778 109-2563 Calf Calf Calf Calf Cuff 19" Cuff-X-Large Cuff Elite Cuff 19" Disposable Pair Pair Pair Pair Pain pumps are designed to take care of pain locally by delivering a steady dose of lidocaine to the wound site through a ball and catheter system that is infused directly through the wound site to allow for the pump to work for several days, usually during the time frame where pain is most intense. The best part about pain pumps is that they offer post-op pain-management without the side effects of narcotics. No constipation, nausea, or headaches. Just localized relief that aids in your overall recovery process. Item Code 114-1602 210-0021 116-4693 116-4692 Soaker Pain Pump Solace® Solace® Solace® Solace® 400mL 270mL 400mL 270mL x x x x 4 2 2 4 Mfg Catheters 5" 5" 5" 5" Dual Single Single Dual Number S036 S034 S046 S044 per Site 2mL/Hour 2mL/Hour 2mL/Hour 2mL/Hour Dispense Rate UOM 5/Case Each Each Each Don’t forget Wound Drains: Page 31 & Lidocaine–Page 26–28 10 12MS6370

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Aesthetic Procedure & Treatment Guide

Aesthetic Procedure & Treatment Guide
Table of Contents
Practice Marketing
Patient Consultation
Anesthesia & Monitoring
Recovery & Healing
Laser Therapy
Ultrasound & Massage Therapy
Rejuvenation Procedures
Patient Resale
Aesthetic Treatment Room
Spa Services
Exam Room
Sterile OR
Surgical Solutions
Patient Screening
Exam Room Disposables
CSR Consumables
Gauzes, Dressings & Wraps
Infection Control
IV Therapy
Personal Protection
Surgical Accessories
Surgical Instruments
Wound Closure
Practice Solutions

Aesthetic Procedure & Treatment Guide