Clinical & Diagnostics Resectoscopes Equipment

A resectoscope is a type of endoscope used in surgeries of the uterus, prostate, bladder, or urethra. The device may be used to extract tissue for biopsy, remove growths, or ablate diseased or damaged tissue. The resectoscope includes a wide angle microscope to allow complete visualization of the surgical site and an attached wire loop can be activated to cauterize tissue, limiting bleeding and eliminating the need for stitches.

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Besides the pure diagnostic hysteroscopy, KARL STORZ also offers a large assortment for intrauterine high frequency surgery.
Richard Wolf resectoscopes for urology have formed a platform for therapeutic and diagnostic interventions at the highest level for many decades.
The newly developed rotation resectoscope is a new product system by Richard Wolf. More than 50 years' experience in the development of medical high-tech products and product systems is manifest in the new rotation resectoscope.
Resection in saline (NaCl) is mainly used in urology for prostate and bladder resection. The procedure is also used in gynecology for myoma and endometrium resection as an additional alternative to monopolar resection.