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GeroFlex Reusable pH Catheters

Description:...pH monitoring. The GeroFlex esophageal pH catheters are reusable up to five times. They are constructed of the same high quality materials as the versaflex disposable catheters and are also available in many configurations. Contact us for more information....
Company:Alpine Biomed Corp.

VersaFlex™ UES Disposable pH Catheter

Description:...lex disposable catheters for 24-hour esophageal pH monitoring. Alpine's versaflex catheters are the smallest diameter esophageal catheter on the market (4.7 ...pin connector which makes them compatible with any standard recording box. versaflex catheters have the lowest return rate on the market and are preferred world...
Company:Alpine Biomed Corp.

VersaFlex™ ENT Disposable pH Catheter

Description:...lex disposable catheters for 24-hour esophageal pH monitoring. Alpine's versaflex catheters are the smallest diameter esophageal catheter on the market (4.7 ...pin connector which makes them compatible with any standard recording box. versaflex catheters have the lowest return rate on the market and are preferred world...
Company:Alpine Biomed Corp.

VersaFlex™ Standard Disposable pH Catheter

Description:...lex disposable catheters for 24-hour esophageal pH monitoring. Alpine's versaflex catheters are the smallest diameter esophageal catheter on the market (4.7 ...pin connector which makes them compatible with any standard recording box. versaflex catheters have the lowest return rate on the market and are preferred world...
Company:Alpine Biomed Corp.
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