access device


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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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Onset will now perform a study to assess the clinical superiority of the Pathway Ureteral Access Sheath versus current, conventional access devices offered by a number of large medical firms.
ZyXEL's new SMB VoIP Integrated Access Device and SMB VoIP router can bridge the move to VoIP for growing businesses.
i2Telecom International's revenue model includes recurring monthly subscriptions and prepaid services, as well as revenue from the sale of its integrated access devices, call minute termination fees and royalties from original equipment manufacturers.
Philips Semiconductors will leverage its systems-on-silicon design expertise and high-volume manufacturing capability to deliver single-chip integrated access devices and supporting software.
The AXN10-8 Pseudo-Wire Access Device and Axerra's complete range of award-winning solutions for mobile wireless backhaul will be showcased at CTIA WIRELESS 2007, March 27 - 29 in Orlando, Florida at Axerra Networks' booth # 2055.
Access Switching is the latest in softswitch technology and enables access devices, such as the widely deployed Alcatel Litespan, to function as a Class 5 switch, media gateway and as a NGDLC.
For some people, training will require only an introduction to the software or access device.
The Internet has changed a lot of thinking, because if you have an access device and you have a convenient plug, you needn't carry all these ganglia with you.
Although the check is not an access device under Regulation E, the transaction is nonetheless covered by the regulation.
ADI Engineering's Coyote provides equipment manufacturers an integrated solution for developing access devices based on the Intel IXP422 network processor.
Henson said: "We are pleased that the FDA has provided Onset with the go-ahead to market this additional Pathway Access Device in the U.