Minimal Invasive Device Processing
Minimally invasive devices have revolutionized modern medicine by allowing surgeons and physicians to perform complex procedures with reduced trauma, faster recovery times, and improved patient outcomes. These devices are used in various medical specialties, including surgery, cardiology, gastroenterology, and gynecology, among others. Examples of minimally invasive devices include: Laparoscopic instruments, Endoscopes, Stents, Catheters and guidewires.
Laser Catheter and Balloon Drilling
These thin, flexible tubes are inserted into blood vessels or body cavities to deliver medication, remove obstructions, or assist in diagnostic procedures. Catheters and guidewires are frequently used in cardiac interventions, angioplasty, stent placement, or urinary tract treatments.