Duodenum stents.

High level of positional stability via anatomical design.

The self-expanding Nitinol stents are used to bypass stenoses in the du­odenum. Their spherical ends adapt perfectly to the anatomy of the duodenum, thereby guaranteeing maximum positional stability. Stents with and without covering are available depending on the indication.

The duodenum stent is preloaded on a TTS introducer (through-the-scope) as standard. Insertion can therefore be performed through the working channel of the endoscope and the stent can be released un­der endoscopic observation. X-ray markings on the introducer and on the stent ensure optimum radiological visualisation.

  • spherical ends
  • self-expanding
  • Nitinol mesh with atraumatic ends
  • release under endoscopic observation
  • excellent positional stability
  • resistant and elastic covering
  • high radiopacity
  • extraction threads for removal and repositioning
  • guide wire-compatible up to 0.035 inches