|Category: Biliary Stents|
A versatile stent designed for hilar obstructions. The large cell diameter allows placement of stent within a stent in the lower bile duct to reduce excessive pressure on the healthy areas, while gentle radial force opens strictures in the upper bile duct branches. Available in percutaneous or through the scope(TTS) applications.
Unfixed large cell (each cell size: 6mm) with weaving construction
- Easy positioning of the second stent: The large cell size design of LCD™ enables to position the second stent conveniently
- Simple and easy re-intervention: Re-intervention through the large cell is easily performed, even after bilateral stent placement
- Low axial force and optimal radial force: Improve patients comfort and adapt to hilar biliary anatomy
Radiopaque Markers:3 (three) at both ends and 2 (two) in the middle
For hilar obstructions
- 8-mm versus 10-mm diameter self-expandable metallic stent in bilateral endoscopic stent-in-stent deployment for malignant hilar biliary obstruction JHBPS 2015, Vol.22, Issue 5, pages 396?401 Itaru Naiog et al.
- Small cell- versus large cell-sized metal stent in endoscopic bilateral stent-in-stent placement for malignant hilar biliary obstruction. Digestive Endoscopy 2015 Jae Min Lee,1,2 Sang Hyub Lee
- High single-session success rate of endoscopic bilateral stent-in-stent placement with modified large cell Niti-S stents for malignant hilar biliary obstruction
Digestive Endoscopy 2013, Doi: 10.1111/den.12055 Hirofumi Kogure et al.
- Comparison of axial force and cell width of self-expandable metallic stents: which type of stent is better suited for hilar biliary strictures?
J Hepatobiliary Pancreat Sci(2011) 18: 646-652 Tsuyoshi Mukai et al.
- Newly designed large cell Niti-S stent for malignant hilar biliary obstruction: a pilot study
Surgical Endoscopy DO110.1007/soo464-010-1194-8 Hirofumi Kogure