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Epidural Trays

MED-RX


Med-Rx epidural trays feature a variety of epidural needles, LOR syringes and catheter options as well as other additional componentry.  Continuous and single-shot tray configurations are also available.

 

Universal features of custom MED-RX Epidural trays:

  • Allow for consistent technique, while promoting compliance with hospital protocols and practice guidelines
  • Increases procedural efficiency by eliminating the need to search for additional components, ultimately increasing patient care time
  • Eliminates waste and extra unused individual components
  • Increases efficiency by packaging components in order of use

 

Med-Rx Epidural Trays may include:

  • Selection of Touhy Needles
  • LOR Syringe options including glass and plastic
  • Epidural catheter options including spring wound and nylon
  • Securement devices
  • Drape options
  • Needle safety devices
  • Prep Solutions
  • Lidocaine
  • Sodium Chloride

 

The MED-RX Anesthesia Tray Program

The Med-Rx anesthesia tray offerings provides clinicians with the unique ability to construct a tray that fits their facilities practice and procedures. We have a wide variety of premium components that provides the clinicians with some of the most recognizable brands in the world when choosing needles, syringes, preps, drapes, catheters and other important aspects of the procedure.

  • As a Canadian market leader in regional anesthesia products, Med-Rx custom anesthesia trays are made to your anesthesia department’s specifications, ultimately increasing procedural efficiency, promoting improved technique, reducing costs and eliminating the waste of unused components
  • MED-RX anesthesia trays offer the unique option of including local anesthetic drugs, skin prep and other wet components
  • With Canadian manufacturing capabilities, MED-RX is able to control all aspects of tray production including in country inventory levels, shipping to meet customer needs, supplier selection and quality control
  • Sequential packaging options allow the clinician to progress efficiently through procedures while maintaining proper technique


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