Lithotripters are used to break down kidney, bladder and urinary tract stones through non-contact exposure to electromagnetic shock waves. AB Medical is the official distributor of extracorporeal lithotripsy devices.

How a lithotripter works

Generates shock waves. The vibration is caused by the high energy level of the wave, which allows the kidney stones to break down.

Low wave energy can also be used to break up stones, but then the process takes longer. The lithotripter procedure must be performed several times to achieve the desired therapeutic effect.

The duration of the usual procedure is 40-60 minutes.

Sometimes one session with a lithotripsy laser is enough to completely break down the stones, and the stones are then removed from the patient's body naturally. Rehabilitation treatment lasts for several days.

Lithotripters are important in many modern medical facilities where such laser procedures are performed. The price depends on the brand, features and specifications of the equipment.

The laser is considered a safe and effective tool for different types of stones. The use of a laser device eliminates the need for surgical interventions under general anesthesia.

If you want more information about the prices and features of the equipment, please contact our specialists. Lithotripsy laser is a necessary instrument for modern professionals!

Equipment selection

Mobile or stationary lithotripters are available. Both versions are equipped with functional lithotripsy tables that allow for extensive patient positioning. Models differ in physical parameters and functions.

The mobile and compact lithotripter can be assembled into a working system in minutes. Equipped with a unique electromagnetic generator that reduces radiation exposure and shortens the procedure time. The unique isocentric design ensures precise processing of the stone.

The patented therapeutic headrest allows the patient to lie comfortably on their back during the session. X-ray and ultrasound modules are integrated in the device for visual control. The physician can use different modes: one-dimensional X-ray or ultrasound imaging, two-dimensional combined imaging, and also three-dimensional imaging for particularly complex cases.

FarSight technology eliminates rib shading and darkening due to intestinal gases, which increases the accuracy and information content of the procedure. There is also a system for storing, processing and transmitting patient data and a number of other options.

We guarantee you the following:

  • the most favourable conditions for clinics and commercial enterprises;
  • professional consultations: medical personnel trained in manufacturing companies;
  • the possibility of repayment in instalments over 2-3 years and at low interest rates.