Bridging the gap between the demand and supply of medical technology, Trivitron is providing much needed solutions to healthcare providers in India and across the world. Banking on both indigenous and international pools of intellect, Trivitron is developing a range of products that will help advancements in the healthcare sector into all strata of society across geographies.
The Neonatal screening or Newborn Screening is a preventive pediatric screening service provided to all the neonates to assess the possibility of genetic disorders in the area of "Inborn Errors of Metabolism". These errors, which are not harmful now, have all the potential to cause permanent neurological, cognitive, tactile and physical damage in the child. If such errors are detected in this newborn baby screening, they can be treated easily. Trivitron provides a wide range Newborn Screening instruments, including Modular & Fully Automated NBS Instrumentation, manual & automated equipment and reagent kits. Trivitron's Diagnostic division Labsystems Diagnostics OY occupies the second place in the world when it comes to New Born Screening Technology.
X-Ray & C-Arm Solutions help the doctors to view the inside of the body without making any incisions. The basic X-Ray technology introduced in 1896, still serves as a key element in the identification, diagnosis and treatment of several medical conditions. Trivitron delivers both standardized and customized solutions for the healthcare providers across the globe. Trivitron offers a wide range of high precision X-Ray solutions, which includes Surgical C-Arm, X-Ray RAD Room and Mobile X-Rays.
Mammography equipment is of two types - Screening Mammograms and Diagnostic Mammograms. A Screening Mammogram can be used to check for breast cancer in women who have no signs or symptoms of the disease. This involves two x-ray pictures, or images, of each breast. Screening mammograms can also find microcalcifications (tiny deposits of calcium) that sometimes indicate the presence of breast cancer. Diagnostic Mammograms can be used to check for breast cancer after a lump or other sign or symptom of the disease. Besides the lump like structure, signs of breast cancer include breast pain, thickening of the skin of the breast, nipple discharge, or a change in breast size or shape.
Contrast materials also known as contrast agents or contrast media are used to improve the quality of images produced by x-rays, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and ultrasound. These substances temporarily change the way X-Rays or other imaging tools interact with the body. Contrast materials help distinguish the selected areas of the body from the surrounding tissues. With this improvisation in the visibility, a better diagnosis can be carried out.
Ultrasound allows a medical examiner to examine the internal body structures such as tendons, muscles, joints, vessels and internal organs. The process is usually carried out with an intention to find the source of a disease or to exclude any pathology. This collected imaging insight can be used for either diagnosis or treatment (therapeutic procedures), as well as for guidance during procedures that require intervention, such as biopsies. Radiologists, cardiologists, or other medical specialists interpret the images and the required treatment will be carried out. Trivitron is associated with Hitachi Aloka for over 15 years – innovators of the ultrasound system, across the world.
Breast Biopsy Systems offer the most comprehensive and customized solution for every breast healthcare needs. This test is used to remove the tissues or fluids from the suspicious areas. Such removed cells are later examined for the presence of breast cancer. This diagnostic procedure can determine if the suspicious area is cancerous or not. As a breast biopsy system supplier, Trivitron's portfolio includes everything from imaging equipment and breast biopsy devices to guidance systems, analysis software, and site markers all designed to work together.
Bone densitometry equipment is an enhanced form of X-Ray technology to measure the bone mineral density (BMD). It uses a small dose of ionizing radiation to produce pictures of the inside of the body, such as the lower spine of hips in order to measure bone loss. Bone densitometry equipment available for sale is commonly used to diagnose Osteoporosis and the development of fractures. This simple, quick and non-invasive method is the most accurate way to diagnose Osteoporosis.
Kiran's Radiation Protection products are made with proprietary materials designed to meet varying applications for interventional radiology and cardiology procedures, CT labs, surgery, and general radiology. Constant innovation in material sciences have helped Kiran develop some of the finest radiation protection products that offer the highest level of radiation attenuation, is lightweight, ergonomic, and aesthetically appealing. Kiran offers a wide range of radiology products for interventional radiology and cardiology procedures, CT labs, surgery and general radiology.
Trivitron has marked a place for itself in the list of leading Renal Care service providers, and credited with the installation of some of the finest, simplest and most efficient dialysis machines for sale in the market. Trivitron produces disposable medical equipment for dialysis and dialysis-related treatments. These devices can perform multiple, demanding and complicated tasks by maintaining high levels of performance whilst ensuring easy accessibility patient safety.
As a most wanted intensive care equipment for life support, Ventilators support the breathing process of critically ill patients who had lost the ability to breathe on their own. Their main functions include getting oxygen into the lungs and removing carbon dioxide from the body, aiding the respiration process. They are often used for short periods, such as during a surgery. It helps to make sure that the patient continues breathing during critical surgeries. Some patients may need to use ventilators long term or for the rest of their lives. Such ventilators are compatible even outside the hospital, i.e., in care facilities or at home.