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Catheters, Intrauterine, Ultrasonography

Definition : Intrauterine catheters designed for infusion of saline into the uterus to enhance the transvaginal ultrasonographic image. These catheters usually include a balloon (rounded or elliptic) on or near their distal tip to be placed in the cervical canal and a central lumen for injection of the saline solution during the ultrasonic image procedure (hysterosonography). They are thin enough (e.g., 5 to 7 Fr) to allow placement next to ultrasound probes. Some of these catheters may also be used to inject opaque medium for radiographic purposes. Hysterosonographic procedures are mostly used to assist the clinician in the establishment of a specific diagnosis when endometrial thickness exist (e.g., detection of polyps).

Entry Terms : "Ultrasonography Intrauterine Catheters" , "Sonohysterographic Catheters" , "Hysterosonographic Catheters"

UMDC code : 18747

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CRI (Catheter Research Inc)

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Catheter Research Inc. (CRI) specializes in catheters and tubing, and has expanded as a developer and manufacturer of medical devices. Our goal is to provide the most cost-effective product development combined with quality OEM medical device manufacturing.

Utah Medical Products Inc

Company Type: Parent

Utah Medical Products, Inc. with particular interest in healthcare for women and their babies, develops, manufactures, assembles and markets a broad range of well- established disposable and reusable specialty medical devices designed for better health outcomes for patients and their care-providers.

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