Therapeutic Technologies closeout auctions take place on DOTmed.com. Bid today on 2235 lots of medical equipment. Onsite or virtual inspection available. Appointments can be scheduled by contacting Amy St.Cyr at Amy@TherapeuticTech.net or (609) 781-4521.
We specialize in rigid & flexible endoscopy, surgical instruments for laparoscopy, arthroscopy & urology. Video equipment & fiber optics cable. We are also exclusive distributors for Stahl www.stahlendoscopy.com.
AMCI Corp. Flexible Cystonephroscope System, 15.9 Fr, 37cm *Call to make... view more
Storz flexible foreign body removal forceps,alligator jaw, 7 Fr , 40 cm p/n 27175 A for use with standard cysto urethroscope sheaths and universal cysto-urethroscope 27035BA. Same forceps is also... view more
Storz Brand New in factory Sealed box.Storz 27005 FA Hopkins II,4mm,12 degree,Autoclavable cystoscope. "The sale of this item may be subject by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and state and... view more
Storz Optical Biopsy forceps for use with 4mm, 30 degree telescope 27005BA "The sale of this item may be subject by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and state and local regulatory agencies.... view more
New in factory sealed boxes 27005AA 4mm 0 degree HopkinsII autoclavable telescope. "The sale of this item may be subject by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and state and local regulatory... view more
A cystoscope is a medical instrument used to examine the bladder and urethra. It is a type of endoscope, which is a device used to look inside the body. The cystoscope is a thin, tube-like instrument with a light and a lens for viewing. It may also have a tool to remove tissue samples, which can be examined under a microscope.
Cystoscopes are used to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions, such as bladder cancer, urinary tract infections, and bladder stones. They are also used to perform procedures such as bladder biopsies and to place stents or catheters in the urinary tract.
The price range for a cystoscope can vary widely depending on the manufacturer and model. Prices can range from a few hundred dollars for a basic model to several thousand dollars for a more advanced model. Some of the more popular manufacturers of cystoscopes include Olympus, Storz, and Richard Wolf.