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Interventional Radiology : Hepato Biliary

Hepatobiliary disease includes a heterogeneous group of diseases of the liver and biliary system caused by viral, bacterial, and parasitic infections, neoplasia, toxic chemicals, alcohol consumption, poor nutrition, metabolic disorders, and cardiac failure.

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Biliary Short Wire

Time saving, Easy controlling. •  Time saving during device exchanges and therapeutic maneuvers. •  Reduction of fluoroscopy exposure time. •  Maintaining the access. •  Less dependence on a well-trained assistant. •  Easy control of the guidewire. • Different types of stents are available. ...


Bumpy Biliary Stent

For Benign biliary and pancreatic strictures. Safety. Irregular cell sizes of segmental radial force do not completely compress the side branches for preventing stent-related pancreatic sepsis or pancreatitis. Easy removal. Fully PTFE (body portion) and silicone (both flared ends) covered design along with removal string at the proximal end of t...


Comvi Biliary Stent

For malignant biliary strictures. Triple layered construction . Biocompatible PTFE membrane tube is held between inner and outer mesh. Unfixed cell structure enables stent to conform to the shape of bile duct. PTFE membrane prevents risk of tissue invasion. Outer wire mesh prevents the risk of migration. Minimum foreshortening for accurate stent...


D Biliary Stent

For Malignant biliary strictures. Low foreshortening for accurate positioning. Maximize conformability: Optimal combination of radial and axial force to maintain luminal patency in tortuous anatomy. Unfi­xed cell with weaving construction. Radiopaque marker: 3(three) at both ends & 2(two) in the middle.


KAFFES™ Biliary Stent

Indication. Anastomic strictures after liver transplantation. Features. Characteristic waist at mid-portion of the stent: The waist shape of the stent allows strong radial force and prevent migrations. Short length of stent: Using a short stent across the stricture prevents imparting pressure over a large area of the normal duct by reducing the ...


LCD Biliary Stent

New Solution for hilar obstruction with simple and easy stent-in-stent method. Unfixed and Large Cell with strong radial force structure. Easy postioning of the second stenting: Conventional SEMS for hilar obstruction were limited in positioning because the central portion of the stent had to be placed at the hilar bifurcation, but the...


S Biliary Stent (Uncovered)

For malignant biliary strictures. Fixed cell with braided construction. Flexible and resistant to fracture. Atraumatic ends. Less hyperplasia at the edges. Radiopaque marker. 3 (three) at both ends & 2 (two) in the middle.


S Biliary (Covered)

For benign and malignant biliary stricture. Fixed cell with braided construction. Flexible and resistant to fracture. Atraumatic ends. Less hyperplasia at the edges. Silicone covering on both inner and outer surface. -to prevent the risk of tumor ingrowth. -to help smooth bile flow. Radiopaque marker: 3 (three) at both ends & 2 (two) in the ...


S Type Stent (Covered)

S Pyloric/duodenal Stent for benign and Malignant gastric outlet obstruction. S Enteral Colonic Stent for benign and Malignant colrectal obstruction. Benign and malignant gastric outlet obstruction. Fixed cell with braided construction. High flexibility and optimal radial force. Silicone covering and soft round ends. Reduce tissue ingrowth and h...



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