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Catheters, Intrauterine, Endometrial Sampling

Definition : Intrauterine catheters designed to obtain samples from the inner mucous membrane of the uterus (endometrium). Several different catheters have been used, including single-, double-,and triple-lumen catheters; most of them include a brush for sampling collection. These catheters are used to determine the bacterial specimens of the uterine cavity, avoiding contamination with the lower genital tract microflora; they are mostly used in women with postpartum endometritis.

Entry Terms : "Endometrial Sampling Catheters"

UMDC code : 18750

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Marina Medical Instruments Inc

Company Type: Parent

Everyone at Marina Medical is very thankful to each of our customers for providing us with another year of outstanding growth. Now that we have completed ten successful years in business, we would like to do something for each of you who have provided us with sustained support and confidence in the Marina Medical product line. Thus, we have launched the first Preferred Customer Awards Program in the industry. We want to thank those who have been loyal to Marina Medical. As a member of the Preferred Customer Awards Program you begin to earn higher discounts and free instruments through your normal purchases of Marina Medical Instruments. Every Preferred Customer will receive a monthly statement indicating how many points they have accumulated and what awards are available in exchange for these points. This program is totally free and without further obligation on behalf of our customers. It is our way of saying "Thanks!".

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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