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20/08/2006

We have used an extended Vesellum forceps (grasps the cervix as well as elevating the uterus) or a combination of a Spackmann cannula/retractor and vesellum forceps to elevate and manipulate the uterus within the pelvis.

We would consider it essential for conducting a laparoscopy for pelvic pain, ventral rectopexy, anterior resection, reversal Hartmann etc .  It is far superior to any other method.  Believe us!  Ask a friendly gynaecologist to show you how they work.

They can be reusable or disposable single use as seen in picture; product no. S029 @£7.50

Contact:

Single use Surgical Ltd
BBIC Innovation Way Barnsley South Yorkshire
S75 1JL UK


t: +44 (0)1226 732333
____ Email: info@susl.co.uk
f: +44 (0)1226 785386


 
In post hysterectomy patients we use an Amielle vaginal dilator to define the vagina and its vault.  It is far superior to a swab on a stick or anything else.  It is very useful in a ventral rectopexy etc in aiding dissection of the rectovaginal septum and the suturing of the mesh to the vagina and vaginal vault.

(product No. SM21350 @ £ 7.00 each)
 
contact:
Owen Mumford Ltd
Brook Hill, Woodstock
Oxford OX20 1TU
United Kingdom

Tel: 01993 812021
Fax: 01993 813466
Email: info@owenmumford.net


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