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Laparoscopic surgery retrieval pouch 24002

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

Description

Description Manufactured in the UK, BERT retrieval bags provide; a safe, strong and cost-effective solution for the removal of tissue during a wide range of laparoscopic procedures. Hubert is our largest retrieval bag, as the large opening and volume capacity make this product suitable for larger organ removal such as Colectomy, or Partial gastrectomy. The Hubert range has the benefits of welded, reinforced seams, which render the bag impervious, and an inner polyurethane coating to aid specimen insertion. Safety All Bert® products are made in the United Kingdom – we’re proud to be Made in Britain. Every batch undergoes rigorous Quality Assurance testing before, during and after production. All materials are toxicology tested to BS EN ISO 10993 (Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices). For you and your patient, this means a low-risk product for every case. Strength The key design feature of The Bert® Range is that strength is never compromised, meaning tissue and fluid will be contained through all forces exerted during surgical manipulation. Rip-Stop Nylon is used on all products meaning even if a rip is made during theatre, it will not extend.A polyurethane coating is then applied which enables the range to withstand over 10psi of pressure to ensure fluid is contained before, during and after specimen retrieval. Simplicity The Bert® Range does not require special introducers or graspers – only standard laparoscopic instruments which would already be present on an instrument tray for a laparoscopic procedure. This may result in an inherent cost saving for you.

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