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ExEm® Foam Kit
For HyFoSy tubal patency testing
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ExEm Foam Kit for HyFoSy

The HyFoSy procedure uses ExEm foam to provide clear images under ultrasound in a clinic setting
The ExEm Foam Kit comprises hydroxyethylcellulose, glycerol and purified water which when mixed creates a highly echogenic foam

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a clear advantage for tubal patency testing
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REDUCE WAITING TIMES
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SAFE, SIMPLE & PROVEN
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SETUP SUPPORT
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NICE approved and high concordance with HSG

HyCoSy (HyFoSy) should be considered as an effective alternative to hysterosalpingography

Reduced patient discomfort

Lower VAS pain scores when compared with HSG

Routinely performed

Over 70,000 procedures performed in the UK and Ireland and over 550,000 worldwide

Lower cost

Reduced procedure cost when compared with HSG and potentially fewer clinic visits

Safe to use

No reported adverse side effects
Eliminates unnecessary exposure to ionising radiation – IR(ME)R

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What our customers think...
Imaging is superior and longer lasting

‘ExEm foam kits provide an inexpensive simple one kit solution for outpatient ultrasound testing of tubal patency and uterine anatomy in patients with fertility or
gynaecological problems. The imaging is superior and longer lasting than any other sonohysterography products we have used in the past and patients avoid the need for unnecessary x-ray exposure.'

Bryan Beattie,

University of Wales and Spire Cardiff Hospital.

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Videos
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HyFoSy with ExEm Foam Kit
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ExEm Foam Kit - 3D Ultrasound
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ExEm Foam Kit - Ultrasound
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EXEM FOAM KIT
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A CLEAR ADVANTAGE
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USER INSTRUCTIONS
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EXEM FOAM KIT
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A CLEAR ADVANTAGE
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USER INSTRUCTIONS
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IR(ME)R HEALTH & SAFETY REGULATION
NICE GUIDELINES
IR(ME)R HEALTH & SAFETY REGULATION
Justification of Individual Medical Exposures Section 11
‘No person shall carry out a medical exposure unless it has been justified by the practitioner as showing a sufficient net benefit giving appropriate weight to the efficacy, benefits and risk of available alternative techniques having the same objective but involving no or less exposure to ionising radiation.’
NICE GUIDELINES
Fertility problems: assessment and treatment
Clinical guideline [CG156]
September 2017
'Screening for tubal occlusion using hysterosalpingo-contrast-ultrasonography should be considered because it is an effective alternative to hysterosalpingography.’
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References
1 Tanaka K 2017
2 Exacoustos C 2015
3 Dreyer K 2014
4 Saunders RD 2011
5 Emanual MH 2011
6 Exalto N 2014
7 Mekaru K 2008
8 Miyamoto Y 1995
9 Dreyer K 2015
10 Van Schoubroeck D 2012