Disposable Polymer Ligating Clips
A sterile, non-metallic, non-bioabsorbable clasp designed to be implanted around a blood vessel or a tissue bundle for permanent occlusion.
It is typically made of plastic materials [e.g. polyoxymethylene (POM) commonly known as Delrin] and may be designed with a self-locking catch. It may be used for ligation in open and endoscopic (e.g. laparoscopic) surgeries but is usually not intended for fallopian tube occlusion. Its non-metallic design makes it more compatible with radiological imaging than metallic clips.
Made of long term implantable material which was approved to be safe by FDA with good biocompatibility.
Anti-skid and anti-breakage design to ensure to safety of the closure.
Non- nail lessen and “V” structure design for the tissue clamping.
Once-through operation saving the operation time.