Bumpy™ Biliary Stent
Irregular cell sizes allow for segmental radial force so side branches of pancreatic duct are not compressed, thus reducing stent related pancreatitis or pancreatic sepsis. Both flared ends reduce risk of migration. Fully PTFE body cover and silicone flare cover along with a removal string at proximal end allow for easy removal. Radiopaque markers: 3 (three) each end & 2 (two) in the middle.
Benign biliary strictures
Details / Features
- Unfixed cell structure enables stent to conform to tortuous anatomy
- PTFE membrane prevents the risk of tissue ingrowth
- Outer wire mesh reduces the risk of migration
- Minimum foreshortening for accurate placement
- Apron design for easy donning & removal
- Open back for cool comfort
- Protects front and arms from bodily fluids
- Available with knitted cuffed sleeves
Indication: for malignant biliary strictures.
Radiopaque markers: 4 (four) at each end
Instrumed Surgical offers a full range of bite block products that offer safe, sturdy protection and provide the ultimate in clinical versatility – from price competitive high volume to specialty needs.
- Dilator sizes from 27 Fr to 60 Fr
- Optional incorporated O2 nares
- Most include adjustable straps for securement with a variety of patients
- All are Latex free
- Optional patented Slip-Slope design slides the bite block back into patient’s mouth naturally providing an more secure fit
- Fully covered self-expandable metallic stents in benign biliary strictures: A multicenter study on efficacy and safety Endoscopy 2012;44:923-027 Tarantino et al.
- Modified fully covered self-expandable metal stents with antimigration features for benign pancreatic-duct strictures in advanced chronic pancreatitis, with a focus on the safety profile and reducing migration. Gastrointest Endoscopy Vol. 72, No. 1: 2010 Sung-Hoon Moon, MD, Myung-Hwan Kim, MD, PhD, et al.
- Feasiblity and safety of placement of a newly designed, fully covered self-expandable metal stent for refractory benign pancreatic ductal strictures: a pilot study Gastrointest Endoscopy Vol. 68, No. 6: 2008 Do Hyung Park, MD, PhD, Myung-Hwan Kim, MD, PhD, et al.