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Optima III 45 Noninsulated Maryland Dissector

Description: The Optima III 45 cm line of laparoscopic hand instruments is ideal for operative laparoscopic/endoscopic procedures or when a longer instrument is needed....
Company:GYRUS ACMI

MultAcoice™ Overhold Maryland Grasping Forceps (Right)

Description: Operate with confidence. Autosuture is advancing the sate of both open and minimally invasive surgery by providing surgical tools that feel right, function right, and facilitate the right outcome every time....
Company:Autosuture

Strong Curved Maryland (9-10mm)

Description: The AEM Laparoscopic Instruments incorporate a layered design unique in the industry. AEM Instruments are shielded and monitored to prevent stray electrosurgical burns along the shaft of the instrument caused by insulation failure or capacitive coupling; a well-documented patient safety risk. The p...
Company:Encision

Strong Curved Maryland (7-8mm)

Description: The AEM Laparoscopic Instruments incorporate a layered design unique in the industry. AEM Instruments are shielded and monitored to prevent stray electrosurgical burns along the shaft of the instrument caused by insulation failure or capacitive coupling; a well-documented patient safety risk. The p...
Company:Encision

Tapered Maryland Dissector

Description: The 5mm AEM Laparoscopic Instruments incorporate a layered design unique in the industry. AEM Instruments are shielded and monitored to prevent stray electrosurgical burns along the shaft of the instrument caused by insulation failure or capacitive coupling; a well-documented patient safety risk. T...
Company:Encision

Curved Maryland Dissector

Description: The 5mm AEM Laparoscopic Instruments incorporate a layered design unique in the industry. AEM Instruments are shielded and monitored to prevent stray electrosurgical burns along the shaft of the instrument caused by insulation failure or capacitive coupling; a well-documented patient safety risk. T...
Company:Encision
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