One of the world wide leaders in both Minimally Invasive Surgery and also Open Surgery.
RUDOLF was established as a company in 1950, but its roots reach back to the beginning of the 20th century and are to be found in the craftsmanship tradition of scissors manufacturing in Fridingen.
We are a team who cherishes the knowhow passed on through generations as much as progress, modern technology, lasting values and the long-time, trustful relationships with our partners worldwide.
Greewald has more than seven decades of experience in design and manufacturing of electrosurgical and urological accessories.
At Greenwald, innovation through product design, and redesign, are necessary requisites for their program of total service to the surgeon. Engineering efforts rely heavily on new product ideas originated by practicing physicians, which ultimately benefit the healing art.
The design, production and marketing of disposable instruments and accessories for laparoscopy such as Trocars, scissors, graspers, etc.
Blink Medical offers the most comprehensive range of sterile, single use surgical instruments for outpatient or theatre departments. We were the U.K's first supplier of single use instruments and customised instrument sets, and our 100% focus is on the quality of instruments we offer you, our customer.
We introduced the concept of single use surgical instruments to the UK in 2004, since then we have become specialist in the supply of customised instrument sets, procedural packs and ancillary items. We sell to over 14 countries worldwide and supply instruments for use in: Ophthalmology, ENT, Cosmetic Surgery, General Surgery, Dental, Podiatry, Gynaecology and Dermatology.
Rudolf provides a comprehensive range of both Endo Gynaecology and supporting Surgical Instruments for the Gynaecologist
TISSUE RETRACTION SYSTEM :
- Provide operating space
- Hold and expose the organs
- Stable and effective retraction
- Easy to use
- Percutaneous introduction: no incision, no trocar needed
- Reduced degree of Trendelenburg
- Quick and simple variation of retraction height during surgery