Endoscopy Supplies

Niti-S™ Self-Expandable Metal CERVICAL™ Esophageal Stent

Category: Esophageal Stent

Details /Features

  • Short proximal head design prevents damage of vocal cords in cases of stent placement close to the upper esophageal sphincter
  • Silicone covering : Reduce the risk of tumor ingrowth
  • Visible green suture for easy removal
  • Radiopaque marker: 4 (four) at both ends and 2 (two) in the middle
  • Proximal/Distal release delivery system is available with S, Double™, Cervical™, Conio™.


Upper esophageal strictures

Clinical Reference

    • A Newly designed fully covered metal stent for lumen apposition in EUS-guided drainage and access: A Feasibility Study. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Vol. 79, No. 6 : 2014   Jong Ho Moon, MD, et al.
    • Novel EUS-guided gastrojejunostomy technique using a new double-balloon enteric tube and lumen-apposing metal stent. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Vol. 78, No. 6 : 2013   Takao Itoi, MD, PhD, FASGE, et al.

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In the world of gastroenterology, cutting-edge advancements are constantly reshaping the landscape of patient care. One such groundbreaking innovation is the Niti-S™ Self-Expandable Metal CERVICAL™ Esophageal Stent. Designed to revolutionize the treatment of esophageal strictures, this medical marvel offers hope and relief to those suffering from debilitating conditions.

The Niti-S™ stent boasts a self-expanding design, ensuring precise placement within the cervical esophagus. Made from biocompatible materials, it provides structural support to alleviate dysphagia, or difficulty swallowing, caused by various factors such as cancer, inflammation, or post-surgical complications.

What sets this stent apart is its adaptability to patients’ unique anatomies, thanks to its customizable dimensions. This feature not only ensures optimal performance but also minimizes discomfort and complications.

In conclusion, the Niti-S™ Self-Expandable Metal CERVICAL™ Esophageal Stent represents a beacon of hope for individuals battling esophageal strictures. Its innovative design and patient-centric approach promise improved outcomes and a better quality of life, exemplifying the relentless pursuit of excellence in gastroenterology