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Adhesion reduction device during open gynecological surgery

Summary Information: Adhesion reduction device during open gynecological surgery

Adhesion reduction device during open gynecological surgery: An adhesion reduction device during open gynecological surgery is a medical-grade solution of sodium hyaluronate and iron that is applied to the inner surfaces during open gynecological surgery to prevent adhesions from forming on the reproductive organs following surgery.

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

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

  • Prevent adhesions following gynecological surgery

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