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Ureteroscopes in Medical News

Lumenis Introduces the HoLEP Simulator and the PolyScope Disposable Ureteroscope at American Urology Association 2009 Annual Meeting

...ation issues that can be associated with traditional scopes. "The total cost (purchase price, maintenance and repair) of using reusable flexible ureteroscopes is high and they must be repaired on a regular basis," said Dr. Markus Bader, Attending Physician / Associate Specialist University of Munich Hospital...
Ureteroscopes in Medical Products

USA Series MRO-7 Integral Operating Ureteroscopes

Description: 7.7 Fr Diameter; 5.4 Fr Straight Channel; 33 or 42 cm Working Length ACMI USA Series MRO-7 Integral Operating Ureteroscopes offer a small distal diameter with a semi-rigid shaft allowing easy access to the ureter for diagnosis and treatment. The straight working channel (5.4 Fr) is ideal for large...
Company:GYRUS ACMI

Small Diameter Endoscope Repair

Description:... We repair most Olympus fiber and video scopes including bronchoscopes, cystoscopes, choledochoscopes, ureteroscopes and intubation scopes used in OR and endoscopy. Quality is of utmost importance so all repairs meet or exceed the standards of the OEM. We back this p...
Company:Mobile Instrument Service and Repair, Inc.

Fulgurating - right angle cutting

Features:...ts active area Multiple applications > Use with small diameter semi-rigid ureteroscopes for distal ureteral strictures; Use with flexible ureteroscopes for mid and proximal strictures; Use with semi-rigid pediatric cystoscopes ...
Company:GYRUS ACMI
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