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Access Device

A device used to obtain access to one of the body’s fluid compartments—e.g., Hickman catheter, central line, PICC, Port-a-Cath, shunts and other devices.

access device

Intensive care Any device used to obtain access to the body's fluid compartments–eg, Hickman catheter, central line, PICC, Port-a-Cath, shunts and other devices. See Vascular access.
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According to the Azoth Analytics research report, Global Vascular Access Devices Market reached a value of USD 6.7 billion in the year 2018.
6710 which provides for additional prohibitions on the use of access devices in commercial transactions.
The bill also tasks National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and the Anti-Cybercrime Group of the Philippine National Police (PNP) to submit reports on access device fraud incidents and pursue an investigation on related cases.
The bill acknowledges the advances in information technology on access devices have been exploited by criminals and criminal syndicates in perpetrating fraudulent activities that ultimately undermine the trust of the public in the banking industry.
9,861,805 B2, covers wide-ranging claims behind the tension-activated safety release valve for use in medical access devices.
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Huawei MediaPad T1 and X1, wearable device TalkBand B1, mobile access device E5 PRO, home access devices PT500 and WS331C, OTT Huawei M330 and vehiclemounted module ME909Tu565 were also on show to demonstrate Huawei's integrated Hilink" solution.
Totally implantable venous access devices (TIVAD) are commonly used for delivery of chemotherapy.
According to Teleflex, it offers minimally invasive surgeons with Weck access devices, providing confidence, clarity and control during general and advanced laparoscopic procedures.
RAD Data Communications yesterday announced that it has boosted the capacity of its System in an SFP line of miniature Ethernet remote access devices.
These solutions enable customers to develop new and innovative delivery and access devices.