|Category: Double™ (Anti Migration Design)|
A fully covered stent with a unique anti-migration design second outer cage. To treat malignant strictures
Malignant esophageal strictures
Visualization of the proximal tumor margin
- Accurate stent positioning
Proximal part is released earlier than its distal part to enable placement with consideration of the proximal tumor margin without fluoroscope
Recommended for upper esophageal strictures
- Deployment procedure
Once the delivery system is in the correct position for deployment, Unlock the proximal valve of Y-connector, and hold the Y-connector, then push the hub toward tip
*Proximal release delivery system is available with S, Double™, Cervical™, Conio™.
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