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Electrohydraulic lithotriptor

Summary Information: Electrohydraulic lithotriptor

Electrohydraulic lithotriptor: An electrohydraulic lithotriptor is an alternating current (AC)-powered device used to fragment bladder stones. The device is connected to a bipolar electrode placed in a water-filled bladder and held against the stone; repeated electrical shocks cause stone fragmentation, which allows the stones to be passed while urinating.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Electrohydraulic lithotriptor

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