Ellik evacuator

El·lik e·vac·u·a·tor

(el'ik),
an instrument with glass receptacle, latex or plastic bulb, and flexible tubing used to evacuate tissue fragments, blood clots, or calculi from the urinary bladder.

Ellik,

Milo, U.S. urologist, 1905–.
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Ellik evacuator - an instrument used to evacuate tissue fragments, blood clots, or calculi from the urinary bladder.
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On initiation of the removal of fragments and blood clots with Ellik evacuator, an audible blast and a sudden movement were felt at the suprapubic area by the surgeons.
When the resection was complete, all adenoma fragments were extracted using an Ellik evacuator, and a 20 Fr 3-way Foley catheter was placed and connected to straight drainage until hematuria resolved sufficiently.