Multi User License - $2,999
A procedure to unblock a bile duct is the implantation of an endoscopic biliary stent. Your small intestine receives bile from your gallbladder via the bile duct.
The body uses bile to aid with digestion. A stent is a little metal or plastic tube. Your bile duct can be made wider and is kept open by the stent.
For indications like drainage of malignant or benign biliary obstruction, biliary stricture dilatation, and bile leakage, endoscopic biliary stent insertion is employed.
The Global Biliary Endoscopic Stent System market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A selection of self-expanding metal stents are available from Olympus to aid in achieving luminal patency in a range of therapeutic applications.
The HANAROSTENT’s distinctive braiding design gives it the flexibility to adapt to a patient’s anatomy and precisely target their stricture. It also offers an optimal mix of radial and axial force.
An uncovered stent called HANAROSTENT Biliary was created to be utilised as palliative care for bile duct strictures brought on by cancerous tumors suitable for use with 0.025″ or 0.035″ guidewires.
12 radiopaque markers are located on the stent’s proximal, distal, and middle regions to help with placement during fluoroscopy. The stent is also available in 5cm, 6cm, and 7cm length options to more precisely target various-sized strictures.
© Copyright 2017-2022. Mobility Foresights. All Rights Reserved.