Niti-S Biliary Interventional Ureter Stent

Esophageal S-Type™ Stent

Category:S-Type™ (Covered & Partially Covered)  

Visualization of the proximal tumor margin

  • Fixed cell with braided construction
    High flexibility and optimal radial force
  • Both head ends (8 mm larger than trunk) help minimize migration
  • Silicone covering and soft round ends
  • Reduce tissue ingrowth and hyperplasia reaction
  • Visible green suture for easy removal
  • Option of suture at both ends
  • Radiopaque markers: 4 at both ends & 2 in middle
  • Available with proximal or distal release and Through The Scope (TTS) options
  • Available fully covered or with bare ends


Benign and malignant esophageal strictures, esophageal fistulas / leaks

Clinical Reference

  • Outcomes Following Oesophageal Stent Insertion for Palliation of Malignant Strictures: A Large Single Center Series. Journal of Surgical Oncology 2012;105:60-65 Niall Lynch, et al.
  • New Design Esophageal Stents for the Palliation of Dysphagia From Esophageal or Gastric Cardia Cancer: A Randomized Trial. Am J Gastroenterol 2008;103:304-312 Els M.L. Verschuur
  • A new esophageal stent design (Niti-S stent) for the prevention of migration: a prospective study in 42 patients. GASTROINTESTINAL ENDOSCOPY Vol. 63, No.1: 2006 Peter D. Siersema