Atiomo-DyeSeal, innovation from Consultant Surgeon William Atiomo
JUNE: “Why did you design this?”
William: “The current cannulae either do not provide a tight cervical seal resulting in leakage of dye and poor intrauterine pressures or where they have a good cervical seal, do not have a distal component allowing uterine manipulation. For my practice, I wanted to use a device without any of these issues, so I made one!”
JUNE: “How did the design come together?”
William: “Both existing Lap and Dye instruments had their shortcomings, I wanted to use a device with the advantages of both but none of the issues. Along with David Laird, Medical Engineering Unit at the University of Nottingham, we created the unique design.”
Other centers using this product includes Nottingham, Hull, London and Lewisham
Reference centres: Nottingham, William Atiomo. Get in touch and we will introduce you to the inventor for training.