Comes ONLY with what is shown in the photos, no other parts of the system are included in this listing. No significant signs of cosmetic damage or wear aside from slight discoloration of outer... view more
Uretero-renoscopio Gautier 415 mm ( 524 mm), 0°, Char 8,0 / 9,5,... view more
Art. No.: 21199 pre owned excellent cosmetic and technical condition Model: Siemens - Modularis Uro Equipment of the device as shown in the photos Ready for export. Get in touch with... view more
Gyrus ACMI Urology set Includes -2x Gyrus 714620 4MM 30 degree cystoscope -1x Gyrus 714610 Cystoscope working element handle -1x Gyrus 714654 Outer sheath -1x Gyrus 714630 Ceramic cartridge ... view more
Karl Storz 27031F Cystoscope-Urethroscope Sheath 9.5 Fr., working length 14 cm, with 4 Fr. working channel, with... view more
Karl Storz 27029CN Cystoscope-Urethroscope Sheath, for examination and irrigation, 7 Fr., working length 10 cm, with obturator 27029OC, 2 LUER-Lock... view more
Urology equipment is used to diagnose and treat conditions of the urinary tract and male reproductive organs. It includes a wide range of medical devices, such as ultrasound machines, cystoscopes, laser systems, lithotripters, and urodynamic systems. These devices are used to diagnose and treat conditions such as kidney stones, urinary tract infections, prostate cancer, and male infertility.
There are a few different types of urology equipment available, including ARRAY (0x56295f088ed0), which is a type of ultrasound machine. This machine is used to diagnose and treat conditions of the urinary tract and male reproductive organs. It can be used to detect tumors, cysts, and other abnormalities in the urinary tract. The price range for this type of equipment varies depending on the manufacturer and model, but generally ranges from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.
Some of the top manufacturers of urology equipment include GE Healthcare, Olympus, Siemens, and Stryker. These companies produce a wide range of urology equipment, from basic ultrasound machines to more advanced systems such as lithotripters and urodynamic systems. The prices of these products vary depending on the manufacturer and model, but generally range from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.