INNER SHEAT WITH OBTURATOR, 11CH

  1. Endoscopic Instrumentation: The inner sheath with obturator is part of an endoscopic system used for accessing and visualizing the urinary tract or other internal structures within the body, typically through natural openings or small incisions.
  2. Inner Sheath: The inner sheath is a tubular component that serves as a protective sleeve and guide for the insertion of other instruments, such as endoscopes or catheters, into the body. It may have multiple lumens or channels through which various instruments can be passed.
  3. Obturator: The obturator is a separate component that is inserted into the lumen of the inner sheath to facilitate its insertion into the body. The obturator typically has a smooth, tapered tip to minimize trauma during insertion.
  4. Size and Capacity: “11CH” refers to the size of the inner sheath, with “CH” standing for Charrière, a unit of measurement used to indicate the diameter of medical instruments. An 11CH inner sheath would have a diameter suitable for use with corresponding endoscopic instruments and scopes.
  5. Material: The inner sheath and obturator are typically made from medical-grade materials such as plastic or metal, chosen for their durability, biocompatibility, and ease of sterilization.
  6. Function: The inner sheath with obturator is used to provide access to the surgical site and facilitate the insertion of other instruments or devices, such as endoscopes, biopsy forceps, or stents. The obturator is removed after the inner sheath is properly positioned, allowing other instruments to be inserted through the inner sheath.
  7. Compatibility: The inner sheath with obturator is designed to be compatible with other components of the endoscopic system, such as the outer sheath, endoscope, and associated instrumentation. It must fit securely and seamlessly with these other components to ensure smooth operation during procedures.
  8. Sterility: Like all components of endoscopic instruments, the inner sheath with obturator must be sterile to prevent the risk of infection. It is typically provided in sterile, single-use packaging or is sterilized using appropriate methods before each use.

Description

  1. Endoscopic Instrumentation: The inner sheath with obturator is part of an endoscopic system used for accessing and visualizing the urinary tract or other internal structures within the body, typically through natural openings or small incisions.
  2. Inner Sheath: The inner sheath is a tubular component that serves as a protective sleeve and guide for the insertion of other instruments, such as endoscopes or catheters, into the body. It may have multiple lumens or channels through which various instruments can be passed.
  3. Obturator: The obturator is a separate component that is inserted into the lumen of the inner sheath to facilitate its insertion into the body. The obturator typically has a smooth, tapered tip to minimize trauma during insertion.
  4. Size and Capacity: “11CH” refers to the size of the inner sheath, with “CH” standing for Charrière, a unit of measurement used to indicate the diameter of medical instruments. An 11CH inner sheath would have a diameter suitable for use with corresponding endoscopic instruments and scopes.
  5. Material: The inner sheath and obturator are typically made from medical-grade materials such as plastic or metal, chosen for their durability, biocompatibility, and ease of sterilization.
  6. Function: The inner sheath with obturator is used to provide access to the surgical site and facilitate the insertion of other instruments or devices, such as endoscopes, biopsy forceps, or stents. The obturator is removed after the inner sheath is properly positioned, allowing other instruments to be inserted through the inner sheath.
  7. Compatibility: The inner sheath with obturator is designed to be compatible with other components of the endoscopic system, such as the outer sheath, endoscope, and associated instrumentation. It must fit securely and seamlessly with these other components to ensure smooth operation during procedures.
  8. Sterility: Like all components of endoscopic instruments, the inner sheath with obturator must be sterile to prevent the risk of infection. It is typically provided in sterile, single-use packaging or is sterilized using appropriate methods before each use.

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