Our Disposable Specimen Pouch is the ideal solution for specimen retrieval and storage. Crafted from high-quality plastic and TPU materials, these disposable retrieval bags are a reliable choice to hold specimen securely. With a size of 10mm and variety of bag volumes – 200ml, 400ml, and 600ml – our retrieval bags provide plenty of capacity to store specimens. The bags also come in a stunning white and blue color that adds to their appeal. Moreover, the Disposable Specimen Pouch is conveniently packed in a carton box for easy transportation and storage.
These disposable specimen pouches are perfect for medical practices and laboratories that require the safe and secure containment of medical specimens. By ensuring that the specimen stays securely stored and free from contamination, our disposable retrieval bags help protect both the specimen and the medical staff.
So if you’re looking for a reliable solution for specimen retrieval and storage, look no further than our Disposable Specimen Pouch. With its superior construction and packaging, it’s the perfect choice for any medical practice or laboratory.
The quality 200ml disposable specimen bag is mainly used to fetch human tissue specimens/foreign objects out of the body during minimally invasive surgery.
The main body is composed of a handle, a shaft and a retrieval bag, which can solve the problem of removal of excisions in minimally invasive surgery.
SurgSci Retrieval Bags: An Essential Tool for Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Surgery
SurgSci retrieval bags are designed with versatility and safety in mind, offering a range of sizes to meet various surgical needs. They are made from high-quality TPU material, providing superior durability and resistance to wear and tear. Every detail of the SurgSci retrieval bags is engineered to prevent breaks and leaks, creating an added layer of security for both the patient and the surgical team.
The exceptional durability, reliability, and safety features of the SurgSci retrieval bags make them the perfect tool for minimally invasive endoscopic surgical procedure. They enable the automatic retrieval of tissue samples or foreign bodies during minimally invasive endoscopic surgery, making them absolutely essential.