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Radioisotope Transfer Units

Definition : Devices designed for safe transfer of radioisotopes, protecting the user from harmful radiation. These units typically consist of a metal (stainless steel) or plastic container with a lead liner and appropriate handles for easy manipulation; the thickness of the lead shielding (e.g., 0.25, 0.5, or 1 inch) depends of the quantity and quality of the radioactive material to be transferred. Radioisotope transfer units are used for intra- and interhospital transportation of syringes, vials, and other devices containing radioisotopes.

UMDC code : 13276

   

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Biodex Medical Systems Inc

Biodex Medical Systems, Inc., has been providing customers with innovative products and service excellence for 60 years. Our dedicated employees work as a team to bring the promise of functional and elegant design to life.

Fluke Biomedical

Fluke Biomedical is a division of Fluke Corporation. Fluke Corporation is the world leader in the manufacture, distribution, and service of electronic test tools and software and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Danaher Corporation (NYSE:DHR). With over 30 years experience serving biomedical test customers and Fluke's 55 years defining electronic test products, Fluke Biomedical is positioned to bring innovation and value to the healthcare support organizations.

Fluke Nederland bv

Fluke Nederland bv

HANS O MAHN & Co

HANS O MAHN & Co

International Medical Industries Inc

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