New Products

August 2004
Critical Care Nurse;Aug2004, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p80
Academic Journal
Product Review
Provides information on several new medical products. The Gabriel feeding tube which is a magnetically guided feeding tube; Pleur-evac chest drainage systems from Teleflex Medical; Patient advisory leaflets added to the PDA software packages from Lexi-Comp Inc.; Restore Hydrogel dressings from Hollister; Others.


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