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ESWL Lithotripter

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Eswl Lithotripter Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripter
Kidney Stone By Eswl Machine
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  • Eswl Lithotripter Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripter
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ESWL Lithotripter

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Advin ESWL is a highly effective, budget-friendly, robust & esthetic system designed for the best performance in ESWL operation.

  • International Quality Standard.
  • Fastest Delivery.
  • Export Standard Packaging.
  • Customized Production.

Advin ESWL is a highly effective, budget-friendly, robust & esthetic system designed for the best performance in ESWL operation.

Its performance is optimized to meet the expectations by carefully selected features. In Operation, it is indicated for all of the urinary system tract stones suitable for ESWL and typical stone-free rate is over 95 %.

The system can be operated with both a C-arm X-ray imaging system and a spherical ultrasound attachment for the stone localization. With a very short break-even term, ESWL is the right choice for your urology clinic to start a profitable business.

Advanced Features:

  • Non-invasive, so there is no risk of infection, bleeding or pain.
  • No special infrastructural requirement.
  • Safe & effective
  • Use Focusing Shock Waves to breakdown a stone into small pices.
  • No General Aneshtesia
  • Short Treatment Time
  • Covenience
  • Wide Movement Range
  • Compatiable with patient & doctor
  • C-Arm With X-ray Imaging System
  • Ultrasound attachement for the stone Localization.

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