New handpiece reduces stone pushback

March 1997
Urology Times;Mar97, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p23
Tests a modified Lithoclast handpiece that reduces probe displacement associated with ureteral stone push-back into the kidney during endoscopy. Physical parameters of the standard and the Master Lithoclast handpiece; Benefits of the handpiece; Reduced stone movement possibility feature of the equipment; Water entrance into the unit during steam sterilization.


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