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SURGITIEtrade; Chronic Gut Suture

Description: Surgitie&trade Single Use Ligating Loops with Delivery System...
Company:Autosuture

SURGITIEtrade; Ligating Loop with Chronic Gut Suture

Description: Surgitie&trade Single Use Ligating Loops with Delivery System...
Company:Autosuture

SURGITIEtrade; Ligating Loop with Plain Gut Suture

Description: Surgitie&trade Single Use Ligating Loops with Delivery System...
Company:Autosuture

ENDOKNOT Suture Type - 2-0 Chromic Gut Suture

Description: Each ENDOKNOT™ consists of a 42" long suture inserted into a plastic tube. The plastic tube is narrow at one end and scored on the other. The suture protrudes from the narrow end and swaged to a ST-3 needle. The opposite end of the suture is fastened to the scored end of the plastic tube. The...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

ENDOLOOP Ligature Type - 0 Plain Gut ligature

Description: The ENDOLOOP consists of 18'' long ligature inserted into a plastic tube. The plastic tube is narrow at one end and scored on the other. The suture protrudes from the narrow end and is formed in a ligature loop with a knot which becomes secure after the device is activated. The opposite end of the ...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

ENDOLOOP Ligature Type - 0 Chromic Gut ligature with Introducer

Description: The ENDOLOOP consists of 18'' long ligature inserted into a plastic tube. The plastic tube is narrow at one end and scored on the other. The suture protrudes from the narrow end and is formed in a ligature loop with a knot which becomes secure after the device is activated. The opposite end of the ...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

ENDOLOOP Ligature Type - 0 Chromic Gut

Description: The ENDOLOOP consists of 18'' long ligature inserted into a plastic tube. The plastic tube is narrow at one end and scored on the other. The suture protrudes from the narrow end and is formed in a ligature loop with a knot which becomes secure after the device is activated. The opposite end of the ...
Company:Ethicon, Inc.

PYY, Total ELISA Test

Description:...ptide YY (PYY) was first identified in 1980 (1) and has only recently been appreciated as a hormonal regulator of appetite (2). PYY is produced by the gut and released into the circulation after food intake, and is found to decrease appetite. The main form of PYY both stored and in the circulation is PYY...
Company:Diagnostic Systems Laboratories, Inc.
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