• WHAT ARE THE ESSENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR KIDNEY STONE SURGERY?

    Kidney stones (also known as renal calculi, nephrolithiasis, or urolithiasis) are mineral and salt deposits that occur in the kidneys. Kidney stones can be caused by a lot of causes, including food, obesity, certain medical conditions, and certain supplements and drugs. Larger kidney stones are treated on a regular basis. Depending on the size and location of the kidney stones, an endoscope can be...
  • BEST SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR HOLDING TISSUE SECURELY

    Surgical instruments are all made to help surgeons and patients in the operating room. However, certain surgical instruments are required. As a result, numerous medical devices have been developed to reduce blood loss and protect the patient from worsening. Hemostatic forceps or Hemostats are surgical devices that squeeze an open blood artery to prevent blood from leaking out. Hemostatic forceps are curved or straight...
  • WHAT ALLOY SHOULD I USE FOR MY SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS?

     Titanium, Inox, Dumoxel®, Dumastar®, Antimagnetic. Have you ever considered the many metal alloys used in surgical instruments and laboratory tools and wondered which is ideal for your requirements? Here's a quick recap. Stainless Steel (Inox)  Why is Stainless Steel (Inox) the Standard Alloy for Surgical Instruments? Our regular line of instruments is made with high-quality materials. They are constructed from austenitic 316 steel, sometimes...
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