Geister is a leading German manufacturer for surgical instruments and accessories for cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgery, neurosurgery, and electrosurgery.

The manufacturing of delicate and highly precise surgical instrumentation Geister supplies a range of more than 7000 quality products for operative surgery, distributed in more than 60 countries worldwide. Purpose-oriented innovation, skilled craftsmanship, technological competence and measurable quality stand behind every single product and assure excellent surgical instruments!

The world leader in Surgical Headlight System with mounted camera and DVR – Digital Video Recording System, a complete system delivered along-with SONY Monitors [ Optional ].

Medical device research, manufacturing and marketing company that provides products for minimally invasive therapeutic procedures. De Soutter Medical is a leading European manufacturer of surgical power tools. Our goal is to develop and produce advanced surgical cutting solutions for a rapidly changing global healthcare market. De Soutter Medical produces first-class, cost-effective surgical power tools. Through continuous product research and development, we are developing new technologies and expanding our intellectual property portfolio. This ensures that we remain at the cutting edge of the medical power tool market, and respond directly to our customers’ needs.

XenoSure Biologic Patch is a high quality bovine pericardium patch used for precise closure during endarterectomy and vascular reconstruction procedures. Using the same tissue technology developed for heart valves, the patch is exceptionally strong, uniform, and easy to handle and suture.

The CarbonAid ® and the CarbonMini ® CO2 diffusers are intended for the insufflation of CO2 into the thoracic cavity during cardiothoracic surgery, to reduce the risk of air embolism. They have been shown to be the most effective devices for de-airing on the market and remain efficient even when wet. By avoiding turbulence, they create close to 100 % CO2 atmosphere within the wound cavity. The continuous overflow of CO2 within the cavity may also prevent small particles from falling into the wound, thus reducing the risk of contamination. The well known bacteriostatic effect of CO2 further contributes to the prevention of infections.