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Allium Medical Solutions Ltd Allium Ureteral Stent | Used in Ureteric stenting | Which Medical Device

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4.125 Stars

Allium Ureteral Stent

Allium's Ureteral Stents are self-expanding large caliber stents, 24Fr - 30Fr (8 and 10mm) in diameter, made of a super elastic alloy covered by a polymeric material for preventing tissue ingrowth.  Allium Ureteral Stents are intended for temporary long or short-term use in malignant or...

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Coloplast Coloplast Ureteric Stent | Used in Ureteric stenting | Which Medical Device

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Coloplast Ureteric Stent

  • Added May 21, 2018
  • Manufactured by Coloplast

This is a ureteric stent from Coloplast.  Our Chief Editor Dr Phil Haslam said; "For a routine ureteric stenting I personally use 7 or 8 F coloplast DJ". The product is marketed as 'a stent without eyes on the straight section'. Have you used this stent? If so, please share...

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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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Bard Dimension stone extractor | Used in Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL), Ureteroscopy | Which Medical Device
3.5 Stars

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Dimension stone extractor

  • Added Oct 1, 2007
  • Manufactured by Bard

An 'articulated' stone basket for flexible ureterorenoscopy and PCNL.

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Galt Medical GaltVTI Valved Tearaway Introducer | Which Medical Device

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4.5 Stars

GaltVTI Valved Tearaway Introducer

The Galt GaltVTI Valved Tearaway Introducer is designed for ease of use by clinicians and is a new choice for valved tearaway introducers. The device is available in 6Fr to 12Fr diameters and features a secure dilator locking mechanism and a hemostatic valve. It decreases the risk of blood...

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