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Surgical Fluid Containment System

October 13, 2008 11:21 am | Allen Medical Systems | Product Releases | Comments

The Uro Catcher™ System provides fluid containment for hysteroscopy or cysto procedures on any table. A flexible drape support frame provides unobstructed surgeon access during manipulation and springs back to its original state to facilitate optimal fluid drainage. The system mounts easily with integral rail clamps to side rails and maintains its funnel shape.

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Getting a Firm Grasp on Fluid Waste

December 13, 2005 2:10 am | Product Releases | Comments

One of the unfortunate by-products of a number of surgical procedures is fluid waste. This mixture of irrigation solution, blood, and other body fluids can be quite infectious and incredibly messy. Uncontained, this fluid waste can expose the surgical staff to infection, as well as injury resulting from slip and fall accidents.

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Hysteroscopic Fluid Management System

July 19, 2005 5:24 am | Acmi/Circon | Product Releases | Comments

The Dolphin® II System provides accurate fluid management and visual clarity during diagnostic and operative hysteroscopy. Fluid inflow and outflow are precisely weighed for automatic calculation and display of critical parameters. The bladder pump technology offers enhanced visualization from smooth fluid flow and responsive pressure delivery.

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Absorbent Material

April 13, 2005 7:35 am | Paradigm International, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

STARDUST™ Super Absorbent is now available in 25-pound easy to use bags, 3-pound refillable Shaker Bottles, and in 8-oz. zip lock bags for emergency kits, first aid kits, and blood borne pathogen kits. STARDUST absorbent material absorbs any liquid, of any viscosity or thickness. It works immediately on contact and leaves no history of there having been a spill.

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