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Needle Holder and Grasper with Back Spring, dual-incision

Description:... jaws offer a firm grasp while a self-retaining spring maintains hold on the needle. Use for grasping, applying endoloops, and driving needles during extracorporeal ....
Company:GYRUS ACMI

Lap Disc Hand Access Device

Description:... and for extraction of large specimens. It has applications in colorectal, urological and general surgical procedures. It is intended to provide extracorporeal extension of pneumoperitoneum and abdominal access for the surgeon during laparoscopic ....
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

Sonolith Praktis

Description:... As part of a new modular Endourological Platform concept, the Sonolith Praktis combines the latest technology developped in extracorporeal lithotripsy: electroconductivity, with a compact and innovative design. The Sonolith Praktis can easily be coupled with most of current X-Ray C-arms ...
Company:Technical Medical Systems

MINILITH® SL1

Description:... in the field of kidney stone lithotripsy and the successful implementation of the specific requirements to be met by orthopaedic apparatus for extracorporeal shock wave therapy, as has been outlined above. The MINILITH SL1 is characterized by its compact size and astonishing mobility, which allow the ...
Company:KARL STORZ Endoscopy-America, Inc.

Dornier Compact Sigma

Description:... x 37 in. Simply roll it down the hall to a treatment room, plug it in, turn it on and begin. The Dornier Compact Sigma is ideally suited for all extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy applications and consistently demonstrates an excellent stone-breaking ability, without the consumable costs of spark gap ...
Company:Dornier MedTech

GelPort

Features:... Facilitates safe and effortless extracorporeal resection and organ removal Minimizes incision size Protects incision from wound contamination Maintains pneumo during hand and instrument ...
Company:Applied Medical
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