Vishnu Ravindranath, Director, Spark Meditech Private Limited

Spark Meditech Pvt. Ltd., an ISO 9001-2008-certified company, has been in the medical field for the past 27 years. We are basically engaged in trading surgical equipment such as cautery units, surgical pumps, and light source. We also import major and minor OT lights from Italy, Germany, and Switzerland.

Recently, we have received CE certification and our products have a long design life of 8-10 years and are built to CE standards as per IEC norms. Our products are manufactured at an ISO 13485:2012-certified facility of our sister concern in Kochi, Kerala. Moreover, we provide good and prompt after-sales-services to our customers even if the product has crossed its design life. Our products are basically import-substitute products, which strike a balance between optimal cost and best quality.

One of the fast-moving models intended for multidisciplinary applications is ARC 666 series, which is a 400-W microprocessor-based surgical diathermy with inbuilt memory functions. It is generally used in both open and endoscopic procedures such as in general surgery, gynecology, neurology, oncology, etc.

The performance of ARC 666 is very much comparable with European and US brands, because of the specifications such as 400-W monopolar cutting (unlike 300 W of other imported brands), 120-W monopolar coagulation, 120-W bipolar cutting, and 120-W bipolar coagulation.

ARC 666 also comes with optional upgrades such as dual hand switch so that two surgical teams can work on it simultaneously on the same patient. Keeping in tune with latest trends, the bipolar power can be upgraded to 200 W for saline underwater cutting for hysteroscopy and urological procedures. All accessories supplied along with this unit are completely autoclavable and reusable, which ensures affordable treatment costs to patients.

Our ultimate aim is to provide import-substitute high-quality products at an affordable price to the customers so that patients can avail healthcare services at a lower cost.

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