GOKIT SINGLE USE GYNAE KIT

For use with MVA's, coils, endometrial ablation etc. Always clean, complete and sterile...and for Maria...always available, making her days less stressful and more productive!


Thank you to Sister Maria Sousa at St Mary's in London for the inspiration. 

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Instructions For Use

Instructions For Use

Instructions For Use

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Please note that as a customer of ours you are required to use our products in line with their approved Instructions For Use (IFU).

By buying our products the trust is confirming that its employees are trained and skilled to be performing the procedure. 

Training events

Instructions For Use

Instructions For Use

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When product manufacturers hold training courses, we supporting and encourage UK surgeons to learn from those who makes the devices, and those surgeons who already know how to use them. Contact us to discuss your training needs. 

Testimonials

Instructions For Use

Testimonials

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We are delighted to be serving the majority of the UK with our products, and are proud to be chosen again and again for repeat business. Many manufacturing companies are asking us to represent them in the UK, but our vetting process is rigorous. 

New Launches

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Testimonials

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With long experience of launching new products in a successful and safe way, JUNE Medical leads the way in setting standards across the UK. 

We always have new product launches, and are working hard to do it well. 

Feedback

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Thank you to all customers for the feedback we receive, we really appreciate it! 

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If you are looking for the GALAXY II feedback form, it is here.


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Questions are great, and we can answer pretty much everything that is about the products and how to use them. 


What we can not do is answer questions from patients, or about specific patients. The care of a patient (including the possible use of devices) is always the responsibility of the treating health care professional.