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Flexible Ureteroscope Choices
Choice adds flexibility in all aspects of your patient care. Clinical, Operational, and Financial Choices to meet your unique needs – All from KARL STORZ.
NEW: Flex XC1 Single Use Ureteroscope Specifications
• CMOS Chip
• Integrated LED light source
• 105° Angle of view
• 0° Direction of view
• 270° Deflection (up and down)
• 700 mm Working length
• 3.5 Fr. Inner channel
• 3 O’clock position
• 9 Fr. Sheath size
• 9 Fr. Tapered dis
Minimally Invasive PCNL: MIP
Minimally Invasive PCNL Technique and Demo
Minimally Invasive PCNL (MIP) is more than a mini-perc. This system takes advantage of single-step dilation and the vacuum effect to remove stones with minimal trauma and faster procedure times. Send your patients home with just a bandage.
Minimally Invasive PCNL Surgery Technique
Minimally invasive percutaneous nephrolithotomy for stone removal offers advantages for surgeon and patient alike. Using a live case study, this 14-min. video explains the whole procedure, from equipment to technique.
Renal Access for PCNL: Step-by-Step Guide
This 18-min. instructional video provides a step-by-step guide to renal access for percutaneous nephrolithotomy. It was prepared by Julio Davalos, MD, of Chesapeake Urology Associates and the University of Maryland.
Ultrasound Guidance for Mini PCNL
Fluoro-guided access is still the norm for minimally invasive PCNL. Is ultrasound a better option? In this master class, Dr. Roger Sur from UC San Diego shares his experience using ultrasound, with practical tips for success.
Mini PCNL Instrumentation and Demo
Dr. Seth Bechis of UC San Diego introduces the reusable instrument set needed to perform minimally invasive PCNL on an outpatient basis and demonstrates procedural steps, including the vacuum effect.
Minimally Invasive PCNL vs. Ureteroscopy
Dr. Sri Sivalingam of the Cleveland Clinic compares minimally invasive PCNL and ureteroscopy, especially for treating stones from 1 to 2 cm. Stone-free rates, bleeding risk, ergonomics, and tubeless options are discussed.
Mini PCNL in the Outpatient Setting
Is minimally invasive PCNL suitable for outpatient settings? In this master class, Dr. Julio Davalos of Chesapeake Urology gives practical tips and considerations for transitioning MIP cases from the hospital to the ASC.
Care & Handling
Flexible Ureteroscope Care and Maintenance
Maximize your service life and protect your investment by following these basic tips concerning setup, cleaning, and transport of your flexible ureteroscope. Proper care can help lower your total cost of ownership.
E-Class Brochure - Flexible Endoscope
You and your patients deserve endoscopes that meet the same high quality standards and perform as reliably as brand new endoscopes after every service. KARL STORZ E-Class® exchange program was built on that philosophy.
Blue Light Cystoscopy Clinical Advantages
Thomas Cangiano, MD, Board-certified urologist at AdventHealth Altamonte Springs, FL, describes his initial experiences and observations using Blue Light Cystoscopy with Cysview® (BLCC) on his patients.
Blue Light Cystoscopy Patient Case Study
At 28 years old, Mary Beth Ballard received a bladder cancer diagnosis that would change her life. Doctors at Vanderbilt University Medical Center were able to treat her using blue-light cystoscopy. This is her story.
Surgical Generator for Bipolar Resection
The UH 400 surgical generator provides high-frequency current for endoscopic cutting, coagulation, and dissection. Pair it with our true bipolar electrodes, designed to deliver maximum control with minimal energy.
Bipolar Electrodes for Urology Surgery
Our true bipolar electrodes come in various styles to meet diverse surgical needs. Watch how precisely they perform during endoscopic bladder dome and posterior wall resections, treatment of papillary lesions, and more.
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