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Dornier MedTech GmbH

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Web: http://www.dornier.com
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Address: Argelsrieder Feld 7, Wessling D-82234, Germany
Phone: +49-(8153)-888 0 | Fax: +49-(8153)-888 665 | Map/Directions >>
 
 

Profile: Dornier Med Tech focuses on the urology market. We are an ISO 9001, CE MARK certified company. We offer products like compact delta 11, compact delta 11 UIMS, compact sigma, dornier lithotripter S 11, relax patient table, OPUS 11 UIMS & EPOS ultra. We provide therapeutic, diagnostic and service solutions for the health care industry. Our lithotripter S II is a fully integrated urological workstation, which combines proven dornier extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) technology, with advanced imaging and information management options.

The company was founded in 1984, has revenues of USD 25-50 Million, has ~110 employees and is ISO 9001, CE certified.

FDA Registration Number: 1037955

39 Products/Services (Click for related suppliers)  
• CO2 Surgical Laser System
• Cosmetic Lasers
• Cosmetic Lasers, Contact/non contact mode
• Digital Lithotripter
• Digital Urology Imaging System
• Diode Laser Thermokeratoplasty
• Diode Lasers
• Disposable Needles
• Electrohydraulic Lithotriptor (FDA Code: FFK / 876.4480)
An electrohydraulic lithotriptor is an AC-powered device used to fragment urinary bladder stones. It consists of a high voltage source connected by a cable to a bipolar electrode that is introduced into the urinary bladder through a cystoscope. The electrode is held against the stone in a water-filled bladder and repeated electrical discharges between the two poles of the electrode cause electrohydraulic shock waves which disintegrate the stone.
• Extracorporeal Lithotripsy (ESWL) Systems
• General Medical Supplies
• Gynecologic Surgical Laser (FDA Code: HHR / 884.4550)
A gynecologic surgical laser is a continuous wave carbon dioxide laser designed to destroy tissue thermally or to remove tissue by radiant light energy. The device is used only in conjunction with a colposcope as part of a gynecological surgical system. A colposcope is a magnifying lens system used to examine the vagina and cervix.
• Holmium Laser
• Integrated Digital Lithotripters
• Integrated Lithotripters
• Intraocular Irrigating Solutions
• Irrigating Solutions
• IV Sets
• Lithotripters
• Medical Aesthetic Lasers
• Mobile Medical Equipment Facility
• Modular Lithotripter
• Multi-Functional Lithotripters
• Multifunctional Lithotripters
• Multipurpose Lithotriptor
• Non-Electrical Cystometric Table and Accessories (FDA Code: KQS / 876.4890)
A urological table and accessories is a device that consists of a table, stirrups, and belts used to support a patient in a suitable position for endoscopic procedures of the lower urinary tract. The table can be adjusted into position manually or electrically.
• Ophthalmic Irrigating Solutions (OISs)
• Orthopedic Shock Wave Therapy Device
• Powered Surgical Laser Instrument (FDA Code: GEX / 878.4810)
(1) A carbon dioxide laser for use in general surgery and in dermatology is a laser device intended to cut, destroy, or remove tissue by light energy emitted by carbon dioxide.
• Radiological Image Digitizer (FDA Code: LMA / 892.2030)
A medical image digitizer is a device intended to convert an analog medical image into a digital format. Examples include Iystems employing video frame grabbers, and scanners which use lasers or charge-coupled devices.
• Radiolucent Table
• Shock Wave Therapy Devices
• Shock Wave Therapy System
• Shock-Wave Generator For Pain Relief (FDA Code: NBN)
• Surgical Nd_YAG Laser
• Urological Extracorporeal Shock-wave Lithotriptor (FDA Code: LNS / 876.5990)
An extracorporeal shock wave lithotripter is a device that focuses ultrasonic shock waves into the body to noninvasively fragment urinary calculi within the kidney or ureter. The primary components of the device are a shock wave generator, high voltage generator, control console, imaging/localization system, and patient table. Prior to treatment, the urinary stone is targeted using either an integral or stand-alone localization/imaging system. Shock waves are typically generated using electrostatic spark discharge (spark gap), electromagnetically repelled membranes, or piezoelectric crystal arrays, and focused onto the stone with either a specially designed reflector, dish, or acoustic lens. The shock waves are created under water within the shock wave generator, and are transferred to the patient's body using an appropriate acoustic interface. After the stone has been fragmented by the focused shock waves, the fragments pass out of the body with the patient's urine.
• Urotables
• Used Surgical Lasers
• Wires and Cables for Surgical Lasers

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