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Catheters, Bartholin's Gland

Definition : Catheters designed to form a passageway from either of the two small reddish glands (Bartholin's glands) on each side of the vaginal orifice to the space where the urethra and the vagina open (vaginal vestibulum). These catheters are short (e.g., 5 cm) plastic tubes; some catheters include a balloon at the tip to ensure retention within the gland. These catheters are used for drainage in the treatment of Bartholin's gland cysts and abscesses.

Entry Terms : "Bartholin's Gland Catheters"

UMDC code : 10695

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Berkeley Medevices Inc

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Berkeley Medevices is a full service Company prepared to assist you in many areas. The personnel of Berkeley Medevices take pride in producing quality products and in providing the highest level of professional service which is characteristic of the company.

Bioteque America Inc

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Bioteque specializes in providing the finest gynecological products available today. We have been designing, developing, and distributing the most cost-effective OB/GYN products since our incorporation in 1992. Our efforts have resulted in a satisfied customer base that has grown remarkably over the past 18 years. With a beginning in Pennsylvania, Bioteque has expanded its operations globally.

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