Endoscopy Supplies

Niti-S™D-Type™ Biliary Stent Uncovered Stent

Category: Biliary Stents

D-type Uncovered Stent

Product Description

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

 Unfixed cells with weave construction


Indication: Malignant biliary strictures

Radiopaque markers: 3 at each end and 2 in middle

Clinical Reference

  • A comparison of the Niti-D biliary uncovered stent and the uncovered Wallstent in malignant biliary obstruction
    Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Vol. 70, No. 1: 2009 Ki Young Yang, MD et al.

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