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Medical equipment and instruments


Nephrostomy catheter Nephrostomy catheter

Used for nephrostomy drainage in the renal pelvis. The malecot catheter is placed percutaneously through an existing nephrostomy tract. The radiopaque stripes allow fluoroscopic visualization of the catheter's position without masking the area behind the catheter.

Testicular implants Testicular implants

Testicular cancer represents between 1 and 2% of male cancers and is the most common in men aged between 15 and 35. Just like women in breast reconstruction surgery, a testicular implant allows men who have undergone removal of a testicle to reconstruct themselves both from a cosmetic and a psychological point of view.

Uretheral stents Uretheral stents

We offer multiple stent choices in design, length and coating to assure you the right stent match with each procedure and anatomical requirement. The stent is a polyurethane stent and is packaged with an attached suture for ease of removal. The stents are packaged individually, sterile, for single use.

Urinary incontinence sling Urinary incontinence sling

The Sling tension-free urethral support is used for treating stress urinary incontinence or incontinence due to urethral hypermobility. The Sling has protective sheaths to facilitate passage through the tissues and pre-assembled ring sutures for immediate insertion into the eye of the introducer needle. The sling may be implanted by suprapubic, transvaginal and transobturator approach. The Sling is smooth, light, resistant and macroporous. Made out of 100% monofilament Polypropylene.




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