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Adhesion reduction device during laparoscopic gynecological surgery

Summary Information: Adhesion reduction device during laparoscopic gynecological surgery

Adhesion reduction device during laparoscopic gynecological surgery: An adhesion reduction device during laparoscopic gynecological surgery is a medical-grade solution of icodextrin (a cornstarch-based polymeric sugar) used to prevent tissue adhesion after laparoscopic gynecological surgery to remove adhesions (e.g. due to endometriosis).

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Adhesion reduction device during laparoscopic gynecological surgery

These diseases are related to the medical device Adhesion reduction device during laparoscopic gynecological surgery:

  • Prevent adhesions following gynecological surgery

Other Names For Adhesion reduction device during laparoscopic gynecological surgery

  • Adhesion barrier device
  • Resorbable adhesion barrier device
  • Adhesion prevention solution

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