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Atlas Wire™ Stone Extractors - RHR Replacement Stone Extractors

Description: Used for stone manipulation and removal in the urinary tract. Enhanced wire strength permits the basket to expand the ureter more readily than standard flat-wire designs. The Unidex handle facilitates easy, ergonomic one-handed operation. Supplied sterile in peel-open packages. Intended for one-tim...
Company:Cook Incorporated

Atlas Wire™ Stone Extractors - with Unidex Handle

Description: Used for stone manipulation and removal in the urinary tract. Enhanced wire strength permits the basket to expand the ureter more readily than standard flat-wire designs. The Unidex handle facilitates easy, ergonomic one-handed operation. Supplied sterile in peel-open packages. Intended for one-tim...
Company:Cook Incorporated

Ncircle® Nitinol Tipless Stone Extractors with Delta Wire®

Description: Used for stone manipulation and removal in the urinary tract. The nitinol memory wire allows the basket to retain its shape following extreme torsion. The unique tipless design aids in calyceal stone capture by allowing the basket to open at the base of the calyx and encircle the stone. The tipless...
Company:Cook Incorporated

Ncircle® Nitinol Tipless Stone Extractors - RHR Replacement Stone Extractors

Description: Used for stone manipulation and removal in the urinary tract. The nitinol memory wire allows the basket to retain its shape following extreme torsion. The unique tipless design aids in calyceal stone capture by allowing the basket to open at the base of the calyx and encircle the stone. The tipless...
Company:Cook Incorporated

Captura® Helical Stone Extractor - RHR Replacement Stone Extractors

Description: Used for stone manipulation and removal in the urinary tract. Enhanced wire strength permits greater radial dilation in the ureter. The Unidex handle facilitates easy, ergonomic one-handed operation. Supplied sterile in peel-open packages. Intended for one-time use....
Company:Cook Incorporated

Flat-Wire Percutaneous Stone Extractors

Description: Used for stone manipulation and removal in the renal pelvis under direct vision. Supplied sterile in peel-open packages. Intended for one-time use....
Company:Cook Urological

Helical Percutaneous Stone Extractors

Description: Used for stone manipulation and removal in the renal pelvis under direct vision. Supplied sterile in peel-open packages. Intended for one-time use....
Company:Cook Urological

NCircle Nitinol Tipless Stone Extractors

Description: Used for stone manipulation and removal in the urinary tract. The nitinol memory wire allows the basket to retain its shape following extreme torsion. The unique tipless design aids in calyceal stone capture by allowing the basket to open at the base of the calyx and encircle the stone. The tipless...
Company:Cook Urological

Rutner Balloon Dilation Stone Extractors

Description: Used for ureteral dilation and stone manipulation in the ureter. Supplied sterile in peel-open packages. Intended for one-time use....
Company:Cook Urological

NForce Nitinol Helical Stone Extractors

Description: Used for stone manipulation and removal in the urinary tract. The N-Force basket is constructed of nitinol Delta Wire. The revolutionary triangular shape of Delta Wire creates a three wire basket with the largest possible wire mass. The superior mass of the Delta Wire combined with the inherent mem...
Company:Cook Urological

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