resectoscope sheath

re·sec·to·scope sheath

an operative sheath through which transurethral electroresection of bladder tumors or prostate gland can be performed.
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7] This finding is consistent with others and adds to the body of evidence that urethral stricture might not be a concern specifically associated with bipolar technique; perhaps more of a relationship to resectoscope sheath diameter and postoperative catheter duration.
Applying of sufficient lubricating agents whenever needed along the shaft of the resectoscope and using smaller size of resectoscope sheath may decrease friction between resectoscope sheath and urethra.
Under the terms of the agreement, UROHEALTH will have exclusive rights to market Conceptus' FUTURA(TM) Resectoscope Sheath and accessories for urological applications.
The FUTURA Resectoscope Sheath received clearance from the United States
In the interim, a plain abdominal film of the kidneys, ureters and bladder (KUB) was performed which surprisingly showed a metallic object in the bladder consistent with a resectoscope sheath tip (Fig.
Retrieval of a detached resectoscope sheath beak during a TURP.
in order to begin the introduction of the ERA disposable resectoscope sheath for use in operative hysteroscopy, a growing non-incisional alternative to hysterectomy for treating dysfunctional uterine bleeding, fibroids and other benign uterine pathology.
After failing an initial attempt to place a Foley urethral catheter, I placed a resectoscope sheath under direct vision into the bladder following TURP.
Conceptus also announced that it had conducted a market launch of its ERA(TM) resectoscope sheath at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Gynecological Laparascopy (AAGL) in Seattle, Washington.
NASDAQ:CPTS) announced today that it has received United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance to market its ERA(TM) Resectoscope Sheath for gynecological procedures, such as endometrial resection and ablation, myomectomy (fibroid removal) and polypectomy.