Liver, Gall Bladder and Urology Instruments
Liver, Gall Bladder and Urology Instruments
The Liver, gall bladder and urinary tract for important parts of general surgery which comprises of different surgical techniques for dealing with urinary and specialized organ pathologies such as hernia, urethral strictures, cholelithiasis, pancreatic stones as well as pathologies of the internal and external parts of the urinary tract. At Surtex instruments we provide an assortment of surgical instruments used in treating pathologies of the gall bladder, abdominal wall and the urinary tract.
Our specialized urology and liver gall bladder instruments include:
Non scalpel vasectomy dissecting forceps that are used during vasectomy to surgically sterilize the male.
Kidney stone forceps, required for grasping and removing stones from the kidney, gallbladder or other ducts during cholecystectomy, nephrostomy and exploratory laparotomy procedures. These include the Randall kidney forceps ideal for securing and removing kidney and gall bladder stones as well as uterine and cervical polypectomy.
Nephrostomy forceps are designed with a specialized curve ideal for sliding the instrument through the small incision in the abdomen and reach the pole of the kidney to incise the capsule during percutaneous nephrostomy. These are of different patterns and include the Elsaesser nephrostomy forceps which has an elongated curve ideal for operation through narrow pyelotomy incision.
Gall duct dilator such as the Bakes gall duct dilator is required for dilating bile ducts and assuring the complete removal of stones from gall ducts during colidocholithotomy or cholecystectomy procedures.
Gall stone forceps such as the Blakes gall stone forceps are used for grasping and removing gall stones from the gall bladder during cholidocholithotomy and cholecystectomy. It is also used for securing and the removal of polyps during intrauterine and cervical polypectomy procedures.
Gall stone scoops are specialized instruments employed to scrape and remove gall stones from the gall bladder during cholidocholithotomy. It is also used to remove stones from the pancreatic duct and to check the patency of the esophagus in children.
We have different kinds of gall stone scoops including the Luer-Korte gall stone scoop which is flexible for easy manipulation into narrow ducts.
Prostate retractors are instruments that is inserted per rectum to retract and bring the prostate into surgical view during partial and radical prostatectomy, per rectal examination and biopsy procedures. These include the Young’s prostatic retractor with a single blade for manipulation and visualization of the prostate during prostatectomy.
Capsule forceps such as the Millin Atrauma capsule forceps is an instrument used to grasp and isolate the bladder wall with minimal soft tissue trauma during transvesical prostatectomy procedures. They are also employed for grasping the peritoneal membrane during exploratory laparotomy.
Urethral sound such as the Rigid Van Buren Urethral sound is an instrument used to dilate the urethra and prevent stricture formation during cystourethroscopy and transurethral surgeries.
Female catheter such as this specialized female catheter from surtax instruments that is employed for diagnostic and therapeutic bladder emptying. It has an angulated structure which allows insertion with minimal discomfort.
Urethrotome such as the Otis urethrotome is an instrument used to perform internal urethrotomy for treating long segment strictures and relieving narrow lower segment male and female urinary tract.
Urethrography instruments including the specialized Knutson Urethrography instrument which is used to perform retrograde urethrography to diagnose urethral strictures, perforation or urethral structural abnormalities.
Circumcision clamps that include The Mogen circumcision clamp which is employed to grsp the glans penis and aid the removal of penile foreskin during circumcision procedures.
Foreign body removal forceps such as the widely used Mathieu foreign body forceps which is employed transurethral or per rectum to remove foreign bodies. It is also often used in abdominal surgeries to remove foreign bodies from the abdominal cavity and in ENT to remove foreign bodies from the ear or the nose.
Penile clamps are used to apply pressure around the penis to restrict intermittent or continuous incontinence and include the Strauss penis clamp used for limiting urethral dribbling due to bladder incontinence.
Hernia Forceps which are employed during herniotomy to isolate the hernia contents from the sac.
They include the Collingwood-Stewart Hernia Ring forceps which is used during inguinal hernia reconstruction, incisional hernia reconstruction and femoral herniotomy procedures.