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    Hospital Supplies in Pasadena


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    Business Listing   Emergency Medical Service Innovations Inc - Pasadena, MD - Phone: (410) 255-3314


    Business Listing   Sunlight Medical Inc - Pasadena, MD - Phone: (410) 553-9293


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    Helpful Definition for: Hospital Supplies


    Hospital supplies, in Pasadena, are the various tools, equipment, products, aids & furniture that are essential for a hospital to function properly.

    Such items may be categorized into categories like- hospital medical furniture, orthopedic implants & instruments, cold-chain equipment, anesthesia equipments & products, laryngoscope set & spares, autoclave & sterilizers, surgical instruments, rehabilitation products & aids, laboratory products & equipment, dental equipment & products, diagnostic equipment & products, physiotherapy equipment, emergency medical products & supplies, natural cosmetic & beauty products, infant care & baby-care equipment, medical rubber products, miscellaneous surgical-medical products, suction machines & units, medical disposables, obstetrics or gynecological products and height & weight scales.

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