Laparoscopic surgery retrieval pouch Mediflex® Nubert 24003, 24003-DS

laparoscopic surgery retrieval pouch
laparoscopic surgery retrieval pouch
laparoscopic surgery retrieval pouch
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Type of surgery
laparoscopic surgery


Product Description Mediflex® Nubert Tissue Retrieval Bag with Draw Strings. The first Laparoscopic Tissue Retrieval Bag System that features a disposable bag and reusable forceps. The Forceps are specifically designed to insert, open, securely close and remove the Bag. The NUBERT disposable Retrieval Bag is tough, made of tear resistant, fluid impervious material. It is tapered to prevent bunching of tissue and it can be used repeatedly in the same procedure. Mediflex-Nubert Laparoscopic Retrieval Bag with Draw Strings, 120ml Capacity, Box of 10, Sterile.Strong and Impervious – Manufactured from tear-resistant, rip stop nylon with a polyurethane inner coating – Stitched and RF welded at the seams – Nubert laparoscopic retrieval bag 120ml capacity. Larger size bags availableEasy to Use and Safe – Blue identification tag indicates the angled opening to further aid specimen retrieval – Tapered design minimizes tissue bunching and encourages automatic bag closure – Toxicologically tested – nickel and latex free: X-Ray detectableMinimizes waste – Inserted and removed with specially designed reusable modular graspers and handle. Eliminates need for disposable and expensive insertion apparatus – Small package footprint reduces storage space requirementsAdding small offset slits in the collar of the Nubert Bag allows the Mediflex-Nubert Grasper to be inserted into the collar. This permits unlimited opening and closing of the bag. Many disposable laparoscopic retrieval bags can be closed once; then they must be discarded.


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