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Spring-loaded fastening mechanism (CliP) standardizes coupling to the stapes head.
Indicator to point out the CliPs position

CLIP PARTIAL PROSTHESIS DRESDEN TYPE

THE ORIGINAL

  • Fine, elegant design
  • Fenestrated head plate
  • Partially roughened surface
  • Pure titanium
  • Finely balanced weight distribution
  • MR conditional for the future: 7.0 Tesla

Product Information

STANDARDIZED COUPLING FOR MORE SAFETY

The special feature of the CliP Partial Prosthesis Dresden is its spring-loaded fastening mechanism: The CliP standardizes coupling to the stapes head. It ensures a secure fit on the stapes head and thus enhances safety for a good postoperative outcome. Especially in the case of extensive eardrum reconstructions this stability is a major advantage.

 

 

Over a decade of clinical use including numerous scientific studies confirm the unique benefits of the CliP Partial Prosthesis Dresden – the original among the clip prostheses.

Benefits

  • Standardized coupling to the stapes head ensures secure fit
  • Enhanced safety for a good postoperative outcome
  • Long term experiences
  • Maximum intraoperative visibility
  • Fixed length prosthesis family available in 0.25 mm increments
  • Clinically evaluated
  • Excellent biocompatibility

Ordering Information

Ordering Information - CliP Partial Prosthesis Dresden Type
LENGTH L (mm) FL (mm) REF
1.75 0.75 1002 250
2.00 1.00 1002 251
2.25 1.25 1002 252
2.50 1.50 1002 253
2.75 1.75 1002 254
3.00 2.00 1002 255
3.25 2.25 1002 256
3.50 2.50 1002 257

FL: Functional Length

Special sizes upon request

Material: Pure Titanium (ASTM F67 Medical Grade)

Shaft Diameter: 0.2 mm

Prescription Devices Caution

United States Federal Law restricts devices identified herein to sale by or on the order of a physician.
These pages do not replace nor do they set forth the complete contents of the “Instructions for Use” for the products shown here, and are not substitute for reviewing and understanding that important information. Therefore, before using any products included here, please review the entire contents of the respective “Instructions for Use” information.
Because of registration the product is currently not available in all countries.

PRODUCT VIDEO

Literature

Coupling problems in middle ear reconstruction

Zahnert T.

Published: MEMRO 2006, 4th International Symposium on Middle Ear
Mechanics in Research and Otology Selected Abstracts.

Literature

Long-term hearing results and patient satisfaction after
tympanoplasty with Titanium CliP-Prostheses

Wolferts G., Schicke D., Delank K.W.

Published: 86th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Oto-, Rhino-,
Laryngology, Head and Neck Surgery. Berlin, May 13-16, 2015. Düsseldorf:
German Medical Science GMS Publishing House; 2015. Doc15hnod526,
March 26, 2015. Poster Abstract.

 

 

 

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