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Miller Advance HS Catheter

“Unlike standard catheters, it has features that make HSG and SIS procedures easier, thus faster to perform. In addition, the catheter is more comfortable for my patients and that means there’s a better chance of procedure completion.”

—Charles E. Miller, MD

For administering contrast media or saline during hysterosalpingography and saline infusion sonohysterogram procedures to detect uterine pathology such as polyps, fibroids, adhesions, or endometrial thickening, and/or to examine the patency of the fallopian tubes.

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Instructions For Use IFU
Patient Infromation Card PDF
Professional Healthcare Information Card PDF

View the cervix and advance the sheath and catheter together into the cervix.


While holding the sheath, advance the catheter through the cervical canal and into the uterus. When the catheter is blocked by the uterus, follow the steps detailed in Figures 2-5.


While holding the sheath, advance the catheter through the cervical canal and into the uterus. When the catheter is blocked by the uterus, follow the steps detailed in Figures 2-5.


While holding the sheath, advance the catheter through the cervical canal and into the uterus. When the catheter is blocked by the uterus, follow the steps detailed in Figures 2-5.


While holding the sheath, advance the catheter through the cervical canal and into the uterus. When the catheter is blocked by the uterus, follow the steps detailed in Figures 2-5.


Open the stopcock and slowly inflate the balloon with either air or saline up to 1.5 cc for the 5 Fr catheter.


View the cervix and advance the sheath and catheter together into the cervix.


While holding the sheath, advance the catheter through the cervical canal and into the uterus. When the catheter is blocked by the uterus, follow the steps detailed in Figures 2-5.


While holding the sheath, advance the catheter through the cervical canal and into the uterus. When the catheter is blocked by the uterus, follow the steps detailed in Figures 2-5.


While holding the sheath, advance the catheter through the cervical canal and into the uterus. When the catheter is blocked by the uterus, follow the steps detailed in Figures 2-5.


While holding the sheath, advance the catheter through the cervical canal and into the uterus. When the catheter is blocked by the uterus, follow the steps detailed in Figures 2-5.


Open the stopcock and slowly inflate the balloon with either air or saline up to 1.5 cc for the 5 Fr catheter.