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Hemostasis catheter 3200
nasalballoon

hemostasis catheter
hemostasis catheter
hemostasis catheter
hemostasis catheter
hemostasis catheter
hemostasis catheter
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Characteristics

Application
hemostasis
Area of the body
nasal
Options
balloon

Description

FOR POSTERIOR NASAL CAVITY BALLOON TYPE A•B Having been developed to replace Bellocq’s tamponade, the silicone-fabricated Posterior Nasal Cavity balloon is non-irritating and can be painlessly inserted and removed. The balloon also may be used to prevent anesthetics or blood from running into the throat during surgical operations. There are two types of balloons A and B NASAL CAVITY BALLOON Stops bleeding from Kiesselbach’s area. MAXILLARY SINUS BALLOON Stops post-operative bleeding and prevents facial deformity. Precautions for use When the roll valve is operated with wet hands to deflate the balloon, the roll valve may not return to normal, and the balloon may not expand. Do not operate with wet hands.
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.