Crescent Snare - Reusable (SD-18C-1.B)


Electrosurgical Snare

Crescent Snare - Reusable (SD-18C-1.B)

Reusable Olympus SD-18C-1.B Crescent Snares feature a 13 mm diameter loop to allow removal of large section of tissue. These monopolar, crescent-shaped snares are autoclavable and can be used in bronchoscopes with a minimum channel size of 2.0 mm.

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Working Length: 105 cm 
Loop Diameter: 13 mm
Wire Diameter: 0.30 mm
Minimum Channel Size: 2.0 mm
Compatible Scopes: BF
Snare Shape: Crescent 
Package: 1 per box, includes 2 wires and 2 tubes (SD Handle and Active Cord not included)
Use: Reusable, autoclavable

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