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Single-use Stone Extraction Catheter- RX series
Used for endoscopic removal of biliary stones.
Features of Single-use Stone Extraction Catheter- RX series
High-quality latex increases the durability and reduces the possibility of balloon bursting.
"Squared shoulder" balloon is designed to facilitate stone removal.
Three distinct diameters of balloon could cover widely clinical requirements.
Injection-above and injection-below options are provided according with the physician's preference to facilitate the procedure.
Tapered catheter design improves pushability.
Two radiopaque markers can be identified clearly under X-ray.
Different colored channels assist to identify easily.
Side port on catheter achieves rapid exchange of the devices during procedure.
Specification of Single-use Stone Extraction Catheter- RX series
REF Structure Balloon Diam. (mm) Minimum Working Channel (mm) Working length (mm) Compatible Guidewire Description Unit/box
QS-1A10 RX 8.5/11.5/15 3.2 2000 0.035 Triple Lumen, Injection-above 1
QS-1B10 RX 8.5/11.5/15 3.2 Triple Lumen, Injection-below
QS-2A10 RX 11.5/15/18 3.2 Triple Lumen, Injection-above
QS-2B10 RX 11.5/15/18 3.2 Triple Lumen, Injection-below
Leo Medical Co.,Ltd., one of China's biggest endoscopy products manufacturers, is committed to providing affordable and qualified endoscope accessories in Gastroenterology, Respirology, as well as the medical devices used in PAD.
We also provide biliary stone extraction balloon with high quality.
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If “the client” was you or me, I seriously doubt they would get an Interpol red notice. So, who was this client… that is the real question!
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Powerful and important people are often the most spiteful… it was probably just the principle of the matter, and they wanted to make sure this guy was taught a lesson.
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