Surgical devices from Condor® MedTec
Condor® MedTec is your specialist for high-quality surgical med-tech devices. We don't stand still. Instead, we are constantly striving to develop ourselves and our surgical products to create new functionality and innovative solutions. That's why we stand for high-precision medical technology that will win you over. We manufacture surgical devices for complex medical procedures. Not only do they simplify your work but they will also propel you forward in the long term. In addition, we have been specializing in this medical technology field for more than 20 years. This is also expressed in our motto “Expand your possibilities.” We create new possibilities for you.
Condor® is well-known for the products comprising its patented “GoldLine” wound retractor system, which are surgical devices geared toward individual use in medical technology with all its challenges. Condor's GoldLine®, focusing on optimized processes and easing the burden placed on the OR staff, offers suitable surgical devices that meet your needs: They are dependable, precise, and practical.
Surgical procedures require a variety of surgical devices – a claim we are fully aware of. Therefore, we provide versatile products for any orthopedic, gynecological, and urological surgical procedure – Condor® MedTec carries the suitable surgical devices for any specialized area. They are more than medical tools only: They provide added value to you.
One of our surgical device innovations is the RotexTable®, which is the first electric, medical leg positioning device for hip endoprostheses, hip arthroscopies and trauma surgeries. With the RotexTable®, we have combined surgical devices into a system which, as the first device in the realm of OR orthopedics, allows the surgeon to independently adjust the patient’s leg position. The result: more possibilities.
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