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Intracorporeal Pneumatic lithotripter Vibrolith

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Intracorporeal Pneumatic lithotripter Vibrolith
Vibrolith is an electro-pneumatic lithotripter. It works with a steel probe, under the principle of a bullet, accelerated by a compressed air. This probe transmits the impact energy to calculi. By this electro pneumatic ballistic energy only the calculi is disintegrated, there is no effect on tissue.

Since only compressed air pulses in the source of impact effect, no heat to the tissue is exposed. Therefore, there is neither risk of any thermal injury on tissue nor destruction on optics of endoscopy.

There is no electrically driven operation except the control box. With this feature any electrical hazard on either operator or patient prevented by means of electrical isolation of whole system.

Advantages

Effective: Adaptable with all kind of endoscopes like URS, PNL applications.

Simple

Can work with a central air supply or separate air compressor.

Economical: Vibrolith requires low (almost no maintenance cost) with its simple and smart nature.

Powerful                              

Mobile                  

Cost effective

Technical Data

Operating Pulse : 0 – 4 Bar

Supply Pressure : 5 –10 Bar medical compressed air

Pulse Mode: Single or multiple digitally pulses
Selectable pulse rate (50-500 pulse/min)

Isolation: Internally transformer isolation

Dimensions

Main Unit: 305x255x117mm

Hand piece: 195 x 20mm

Weight: 6.3 kg

Power supply:110/220 V AC, 60/50 Hz

Electrical safety: Class I, Type B, EN 60601-1

Classification: Class IIb, MDD 93/42/EEC

Sterilization: Autoclavable, Chemical or Gas sterilization

Standard Accessories

1 set Probes (0.8 mm – 1.0 mm – 1.2 mm – 1.5 mm – 2.0 mm)
(Number and length of probes is adjustable depends on the user’s ureteroscope)

Hand piece

Foot switch

Air switch

Carrying bag

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