Physical characteristics of Next-Generation Ureteral Access Sheaths: wrinkles and creases.

The largest buckling force , followed by BSN 13/15, UP and BSN 11/13 UP had the largest bending followed by CF, BSN 11/13, BSN 13/15, and the BA. The CF is very resistant to bending forces, the errors would predict. Accelerate the ureter The UP was buckling on, while BA was the particularly susceptible. Evaluation of new devices in the future, their use clinically against laboratory, so that the least number of patients to a device to predict the physical properties would be exposed to failure.. Physical characteristics of Next-Generation Ureteral Access Sheaths: wrinkles and creases. Renato Pedro, Kari Hendlin, William Durfee, BA.

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