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Gore DrySeal Flex Sheath | Used in Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR), Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) | Which Medical Device

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DrySeal Flex Sheath

  • Added Jun 9, 2013
  • Manufactured by Gore

This sheath is an excellent adjunct for EVAR procedures. It is comprised of an introducer sheath with a GORE DrySeal Sheath valve attached, a dilator, and a 2.5 ml valve inflation syringe. The valve is inflated around the device inserted through the sheath until haemostasis is achieved. It is...

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Tornier Dual Mobility Cup | Used in Total hip replacement | Which Medical Device

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Dual Mobility Cup

  • Added Dec 18, 2012
  • Manufactured by Tornier

Tornier's Dual Mobility Cup is available in cementless and cemented versions for primary replacement of the hip joint. The device has a metal back which, according to the manufacturer, ensures the joint range and stability are maintained. This image is provided courtesy of Tornier.

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pfm medical Dual-Port Contrast | Which Medical Device

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Dual-Port Contrast

The Dual-Port is an implantable double-chamber plastic port with a  9.0 F catheter.  It features graduated markings in 1 cm increments and has a a traumatic catheter tip.  

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BVM Medical DuraSheath | Used in Angioplasty | Which Medical Device

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DuraSheath

 DuraSheath DuraSheath is a new developed, percutaneous kink-free guiding sheath that combines a variable stiffness shaft and state of the art processing to provide an effective solution for navigation in the most difficult anatomies. Easy Insertion  Tapered tip and seamless...

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DURATION Polyethylene

  • Added May 1, 2013
  • Manufactured by Stryker

Duration Stabilised Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) was the first annealed (heated below melting temperature) crosslinked polyethylene. Crosslinking is achieved by irradiation, and so the manufacturing process involves irradiation followed by heating. Heating tends to reduce...

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