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Smith & Nephew CPCS Cemented Hip System | Which Medical Device

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CPCS Cemented Hip System

The Smith and Nephew CPCS (Collarless Polished Cemented Stem) is a polished tapered femoral component, available in cobalt chrome and stainless steel versions. The design incorporates a “triple taper” meaning that not only does the femoral stem narrow from proximal to distal in...

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Zimmer CPT Stem | Used in Total hip replacement | Which Medical Device

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CPT Stem

  • Added Jul 1, 2012
  • Manufactured by Zimmer

The CPT hip stem from Zimmer is a collarless, polished, double taper hip stem. Date released : First clinical use in 1990. Material : Cobalt-chromium alloy. Surface : Polished cobalt-chrome. Geometry : Double taper design. Extended and extra-extended...

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Invatec Cristallo Ideale | Used in Carotid stenting | Which Medical Device

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Cristallo Ideale

  • Added Jun 18, 2013
  • Manufactured by Invatec

The device is a self-expanding nitinol stent system which is designed for the palliative treatment of malignant neoplasms in the biliary tree. The comes pre-mounted on a 6F over-the-wire delivery system. 

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Combat Medical Systems CRoC Combat Ready Clamp | Which Medical Device

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CRoC Combat Ready Clamp

The CRoC Combat Ready Clamp is a device designed for use in trauma or combat situations to control haemorrhage in the umbilical/inguinal and axillary regions where standard tourniquets cannot be applied. The device has FDA approval. Instructions for use can be found here .

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BridgePoint Medical CrossBoss CTO Catheter | Which Medical Device

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CrossBoss CTO Catheter

The CrossBoss CTO Catheter is part of the BridgePoint Medical System. It is designed to facilitate the intraluminal placement of conventional guidewires beyond stenotic coronary lesions (including chronic total occlusions) prior to PTCA or stent intervention.   Which Medical Device...

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