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Dornier Lithotripter S II

ProductsDornier Lithotripter S II
Company Dornier MedTech
Item Dornier Lithotripter S II
Features 
  • Latest generation Dornier EMSE 220f
  • Broad range of energy levels
  • Easy to move therapy head
  • Optimal system integration and compatibility
  • Easy patient access with little or no assistance
  • Simple stone positioning
  • 50 Kw high frequency X-ray generator
  • Digital image, printing and archival
  • Documentation monitoring
Description The Dornier Lithotripter S II is ideally suited for high volume stone centers. This lithotripter is both an excellent stone therapy system and an advanced urological table. With the Dornier EMSE-based shock wave source, the DoLi S II provides successful treatments for a full range of calculi. Due to its flexible table design, conducting URS and PCN procedures are easy. One of the most outstanding features of the DoLi S II is the dual imaging principle. This is accomplished by adding the optional ultrasound system with X-ray during stone therapy. The X-ray function can be used to pre-position and localize the stone before switching to ultrasound to monitor the treatment progress.
Info Dornier MedTech
Customer Service: (800) 367-6437
Web site: http://www.dornier.com/index.html

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