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Cook Medical Cook Peelaway sheath | Used in Abscess drainage, Nephrostomy, Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiogram (PTC), Ureteric stenting | Which Medical Device

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Cook Peelaway sheath

This is a simple peelaway sheath with the inner held to the outer by friction, no locking mechanism and no valve. It is available in 3.5 to 24F sizes and up to 20cm in length.

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Pnn Medical  Memokath 051 Ureter | Used in Ureteric stenting | Which Medical Device

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Memokath 051 Ureter

The Memokath 051 Ureter stent is designed for use in treatment for malignant or benign ureteric strictures.  According to the manufacturer, the stent is easy and simple to insert and remove, and, since it is not prone to encrustation or tissue in-growth, stent does not need to be...

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Cook Medical Resonance Stent | Used in Ureteric stenting | Which Medical Device
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Resonance Stent

Used for temporary stenting of the ureter in adult patients with extrinsic ureteral obstruction.

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Optimed Steerable ureteric stent | Used in Ureteric stenting | Which Medical Device
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Steerable ureteric stent

  • Added Oct 10, 2007
  • Manufactured by Optimed

OptiPur Ureteral Stents are made from a specially developed radiopaque soft-polyurethane. According to the manufacturer, they offer a high degree of ring stability, excellent pushability, biocompatibility as well as a low tendency to incrustation.  

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