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BVM Medical EGIS Biliary Stent | Used in Biliary Drainage, Biliary Stenting | Which Medical Device

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EGIS Biliary Stent

  Flexibility and Conformability in a metal stent The EGIS range of biliary stents from S&G Biotech provides a comprehensive and quality offering to the Interventional Radiologist and Endoscopist. The delivery system is braided and offers excellent trackability and pushability...

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BVM Medical EGIS Colorectal Stent | Which Medical Device
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EGIS Colorectal Stent

The Next Generation in Stent technology The EGIS range of stents from S&G Biotech provides a comprehensive and quality offering to Radiologists, Gastroenterologists and Colorectal Surgeons. The delivery system is braided and offers excellent trackability and pushability. The stents are...

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Boston Scientific Placehit Biliary Wallstent | Used in Biliary Drainage, Biliary Stenting, Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiogram (PTC) | Which Medical Device

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Placehit Biliary Wallstent

 This device is the biliary version of Boston Scientific's Wallstent. 

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EV3 Protege GPS Nitinol Biliary Stent System | Used in Vascular stenting | Which Medical Device

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Protege GPS Nitinol Biliary Stent System

  • Added Jun 18, 2013
  • Manufactured by EV3

The manufacturer describes the device as a self-expanding Nitinol stent system designed for the palliative treatment of malignant neoplasms in the biliary tree. It is made of a nickel titanium alloy (Nitinol) and comes pre-mounted on a 6F over-the-wire delivery system. The stent is cut from a...

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IDEV Technologies Inc SUPERA Veritas Self-Expanding Nitinol Stent | Used in Biliary Stenting, Vascular stenting | Which Medical Device

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SUPERA Veritas Self-Expanding Nitinol Stent

According to the manufacturer, the SUPERA Veritas self-expanding nitinol stent is comprised of 6 pairs of closed-end interwoven nitinol wires with a closed cell geometry and is delivered via a coaxial catheter-based delivery handle. The stent has very high radial force and is very flexible...

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