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A growing number of hospitals is choosing Meekers Medical for instrument fixation, thanks to our innovative solutions and because we offer the best price / quality ratio in the market.

Protection and control

Instrument fixation ensures a clear overview of the contents of your instrument set. You can see whether instruments are missing at a glance. Instruments are protected optimally during cleaning and transportation. That is why many hospitals chose Meekers Medical instrument fixation.

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Fixation Manager: unique online application

All fixated instrument sets are documented in the Fixation Manager database. Fixation Manager is an online application for hospitals that allows administration of instrument sets, instrument labelling, and placement of repeat orders. Fixation Manager was developed by Meekers Medical, and is a free service for our customers.

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Open fixation method

Meekers Medical fixates instruments in a way that minimizes contact with the silicone. This method ensures optimal instrument cleaning and sterilisation. This open fixation method also reduces residual moisture after autoclaving, provided the correct ratio of plastics/metal is present in the net.

Full Colour Labels

If desired fixated instrument sets can be equipped with Full Colour printed labels. A common use for this feature is inclusion of the Full Colour overview photograph, which has advantages during handling by the sterilisation department, for example. The labels are resistant to the sterilisation purpose and designed for intensive use.

Markings on stainless steel, silicone and other materials

Using Laser Technology, markings can be placed on stainless steel, silicone or other materials. Potential uses include article number and/or sizing information for instruments, but also engraving of bar codes, a data matrix, logos or text. Bespoke solutions, provided on-demand by Meekers Medical.

Drill, mill and screw racks

The possibilities for fixation of screws, drilling and milling bits in racks, nets or cases are legion.