Ligator


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Li`ga´tor

    (lî`gā´tǒr)
n.1.(Surg.) An instrument for ligating, or for placing and fastening a ligature.
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Tenders invited for Supply of Esophageal variceal band ligator kit.
Other techniques include suctioning the bolus into a ligator adaptor on an endoscope tip, using retrieval net, cooking the center of the bolus with an Nd:YAG laser, performing blind bougienage with a Maloney dilator, and suctioning the bolus into a modified gastric lavage tube.
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The band used for the ligation of esophageal varices was MBL-6, Six Shooter Saeed, Multiband Ligator, Wilson-Cook Medical Inc.
The introduction of the newly designed multiband ligator overcame these disadvantages with 6 mounted bands which are individually activated by a drawstring attached to a trigger unit positioned in the biopsy channel port of the endoscope, allowing repeated firing of the bands and obviating the need for an overtube.
The procedure of band ligation was conducted using Saeed multiband ligator shooter.
Long term outcome of rubber band ligation for symptomatic primary and recurrent internal haemorrhoids using suction ligator.
As to whether something the vets were exposed to could cause any seminal reaction at all, Ligator said, "There are chemicals we know of that get into semen, but I've never heard of anything that causes burns or irritation.
Tenders invited for Gastroscopy biopsy forceps, gastroscope cleaning brush, peg kit, esophgial verticeal band ligator & colonoscopy biopsy forceps.
Contract Awarded for Supply of 2 units of ligator head dia 9.