Xemex – Zeon Medical
Only IABs and IABP Japanese Manufacturer
Shiba-Park Building B, 2-4-1 Shiba-koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011 Japan
Network Plant and R&D Center: Takaoka, Toyama prefecture
Founded: May 1, 1989
Capital: 452 million yen (as of March 2016)
Sales: 3,875 million yen (for fiscal year 2015)
Shareholder: ZEON CORPORATION
(listed in the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange) (100%)
Employees: 176 (as of March 2016)
Sales Branches: Sapporo, Sendai, Nagoya, Osaka, Hokuriku, Hiroshima and Fukuoka
Products: Medical devices for cardiac/circulatory, digestive and intravenous nutrition systems, and other devices.
Our original brand “XEMEX”represents ZEON MEDICAL EXCELLENCE.
“Z” standing for ZEON was replaced with “X”, indicating “challenging to unknown fields” and enclosing our sense of active pursuit in the field of medical devices.
ZEON MEDICAL launched operations on January 1, 1990 as an affiliated company of ZEON CORPORATION , a polymer chemistry manufacturer. ZEON CORPORATION has continued to develop medical devices utilizing innovative materials, particularly biomaterials, produced by combining the company’s exclusive technologies. The ventricular artificial heart, a typical medical device resulting from these efforts, was the first such product in the world to obtain approval for manufacture from the former Ministry of Health and Welfare (currently the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare) in January 1990.
ZEON MEDICAL INC. began operations in January of the same year to sell these products. In July 1996, the export, research and development and manufacturing operations of ZEON CORPORATION were transferred to ZEON MEDICAL, and ZEON MEDICAL completed the establishment of an integrated system as a highly respected and integrated medical device manufacturer. Since then, the Company has been committed to expanding this field of business.
XEMEX IABP CONSOLE 908
A compact, lightweight IABP console, for the first time equiped with a touch panel TFT color liquid crystal display. The CONSOLE 908 offers significantly improved functionality in any situation.
Light and Compact
Space-saving, enhanced mobility, as well as improved performance characteristics guided the development of CONSOLE 908.
Requires minimal space in cardiac catheterization rooms, operating rooms, or intensive care units, where various medical appliances are located to support diverse treatment. It is lightweight and has a compact structure, features which are especially important on elevators or during inter-hospital patient transfers. At 28 kg with dimensions of 23 x 55 x 87 cm, this unit delivers unique functionality in a variety of settings.
Touch Panel Color Display
figThis is the first IABP console equiped with a touch panel TFT color liquid crystal display, which enables speedy operation since performance status and targeted operations are visually provided on the same screen.
Simply press on the appropriate tab at the right side of the screen to view the desired information on the five channel multi screen.
The appropreate trigger position is displayed on ECG and blood pressure signals in order to facilitate the determination of inflation or deflation timing.
The monitor panel can be fully rotated through 360º or be inclined, so that conditions being monitored can be observed from various angles.
figPeriodic data (waves and conditions being monitored are recorded for 4 seconds every 10 minutes) and alarm data (waves, conditions being monitored and alarm type) are intermittently recorded on a memory card, allowing the user to accurately grasp operating status and conditions. The CONSOLE 908 provides optimal operational performance.
Interchangeable Battery Pack
An innovative battery system was adopted to support the transfer of patients administered with the IABP. Battery operation can be extended indefinitely by preparing battery packs that can operate the console for 30 minutes per pack, for as long as required to complete patient transfer. In addition, the built-in battery provides 60-minute operation. Battery packs are readily exchanged using the console sockets.