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USA Series MICRO-6L Semi-Rigid Ureteroscope

ProductsUSA Series MICRO-6L Semi-Rigid Ureteroscope
Company GYRUS ACMI
Item USA Series MICRO-6L Semi-Rigid Ureteroscope
Features 
  • Triangular shape, small 6.9 Fr (2.3 mm) beveled tip > Less traumatic access to the undilated ureter
  • Two large working channels of 3.4 Fr (1.1 mm) and 2.3 Fr (0.8 mm) > Simultaneous irrigation and use of 2 or 3 Fr operating instruments
  • Advanced fiberoptic lens design > Excellent resolution, edge-to-edge clarity, no half-moon effect
  • Molded body construction and stainless steel shaft > Lightweight, durable, and easily maneuverable
  • Working ports on one side > Easier access and control during operation
  • 5 direction of view > Easier viewing of instruments
  • Description Small 6.9 Fr Diameter with Two Large Working Channels; 41 cm Working Length MICRO-6L Long Semi-Rigid Ureteroscope, with a longer shaft than the MICRO-6, is the smallest ureteroscope with two large working channels for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Two operating channels allow you to basket a stone and direct a laser fiber at the same time.
    Info GYRUS ACMI
    Customer Service: (508) 804-2600
    Web site: http://www.acmicorp.com

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