Intrauterine ball – a new copper intrauterine device

24th May 2019 by Louise Hudman

Intrauterine ball – a new copper intrauterine device

This is a ‘New Product Review’ from the FSRH on the intrauterine ball (IUB). It is otherwise known by the not so catchy title of SCu300B MIDI.

This is a copper intrauterine device. It has copper beads strung on a flexible frame. It is released from a 3.2mm diameter insertion tube and then coils into a spherical shape measuring 15mm across.

It lasts for 5 yrs, and it costs £38.

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