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Invisio Flexible CystoNephroscope

Description: The NEW ACMI® Invisio™ Flexible CystoNephroscope (ICN) employs an ultra-miniature digital video CMOS sensor placed directly at the tip of the endoscope that captures full-motion video images in digital format. Illumination of the surgical site is provided by white light LEDs that are buil...
Company:GYRUS ACMI

ACN - 2

Description:... The ACMI USA Series ACN-2 Flexible cystonephroscope is used for percutaneous and transurethral procedures. It is ideal for office practice. The large 6.4 Fr (2.1 mm) working channel accommodates a full ...
Company:GYRUS ACMI
CystoNephroscope in other areas

Article: Karl Storz Announces 15 Fr. Flexible Cystonephroscope....

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ACMI Flexible Urology

UROLOGY. UROLOGY. ACMI AFC-1 Flexible Cystonephroscope. 18FR 6MM Diameter, X 37CM X ... ACMI ACN2 0' Flexible Cystonephroscope. 6.4FR (2.1MM) Working Channel ...

Apparatus for sterilizing and transporting medical implements - Patent ...

An apparatus (10) for sterilizing and transporting medical implements (52). A ... The use of a cystonephroscope during urology procedures represents a typical ...

FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION – May 9, 2005 ACMI Launches All-Digital ...

All-digital endoscope offers 7x better resolution, simplicity ... today announced that it has launched the all-digital Invisio. Flexible CystoNephroscope (ICN) ...
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