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TA™ DST Series™ Single Use Loading Units

ProductsTA™ DST Series™ Single Use Loading Units
Company Autosuture
Item TA™ DST Series™ Single Use Loading Units
Features 
  • Single use loading unit.
  • Directional Stapling Technology provides improved staple formation and staple line security, especially in challenging applications.
  • Automatic/remote, manual pin placement provides improved flexibility and control.
  • One-handed design provides improved ergonomics, ease of use.
  • Dual action handle provides improved control and ease of use.
  • 6 units per box.
  • Description Single Use Loading Units for use with TA™ DST Series™ (Single Use Reloadable Staplers with Titanium Staples).

    The Auto Suture™ TA™ Reloadable staplers has application in abdominal, gynecological, pediatric and thoracic surgical procedures for resection or transection of tissue.
    Info Autosuture
    Customer Service: (800) 722-8772
    Web site: http://www.autosuture.com

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