Endoscopy Supplies

Niti-S™ Colonic S-Type™ Uncovered

Category: Benign and malignant colorectal obstruction


To treat anastomic strictures after liver transplantation

Details and Features

  • Excellent conformability facilitates immediate and continuous wall opposition. Minimum foreshortening rate for accurate placement. Ideal combination of radial and axial force to maintain full lumen patency in tortuous anatomies.
    • Fixed cells with braided construction provides high flexibility and optimal radial force
    • Silicone covering and soft rounded ends reduce tissue ingrowth and hyperplasia reactions
    • Visible green suture for easy removal
    • Radiopaque marker: 4 (four) at both ends and 2 (two) in the middle


Malignant colonic strictures

Clinical Reference

  • From iatrogenic digestive perforation to complete anastomotic disunion: endoscopic stenting as a new concept of ‘‘stent-guided regeneration and re-epithelialization’
    by Laila Amrani, MD et al [Gastrointest Endosc. 2009 Jun;69(7):1282-7]
  • Comparison of uncovered stent with covered stent for treatment of malignant colorectal obstruction
    by Kee Myung Lee, MD, PhD et al [Gastrointest Endosc. 2007 Nov;66(5)931-6]

Key Resources

Product Information


Within the realm of gastrointestinal medicine, progress and innovation drive improved patient care. One groundbreaking development that has garnered considerable attention is the Gastroenterology Niti-S™ Self-Expandable Metal Colonic D-Type™ stent.

This innovative medical device is engineered to address colonic obstructions, a condition fraught with discomfort and potential complications. The Niti-S™ stent boasts a self-expanding mechanism, allowing it to be inserted in a collapsed state and then gently expand to restore natural colon function. This minimally invasive approach has transformed the management of colonic obstructions, offering patients a safer and more comfortable alternative to traditional surgical procedures.

What sets the Niti-S™ apart is its D-Type™ design. This unique feature ensures superior stability and secure positioning within the colon, significantly reducing the risk of migration or dislodgment. Furthermore, the stent remains uncovered, preventing tissue ingrowth and ensuring long-term effectiveness.

In conclusion, the Gastroenterology Niti-S™ Self-Expandable Metal Colonic D-Type™ stent represents a monumental advancement in the field of gastrointestinal medicine. Its inventive design and minimally invasive nature promise to revolutionize the treatment of colonic obstructions, ultimately leading to improved patient outcomes. As technology continues to evolve, we can anticipate even more remarkable developments in the realm of gastrointestinal healthcare.