X-Suit NIR Biliary Metallic Stents

Stents

Metal Stent

X-Suit NIR Biliary Metallic Stents

Olympus X-Suit NIR Biliary Metal Stents feature a unique NIRflex cell design provides superior radial support and excellent conformability. These single-use stents are designed for easy placement at a precisely targeted position and exhibit virtually no foreshortening. Distinctive color markings on the introducer help maintain endoscopic visualization for proper placement of the stent. The stents are available in both 8 and 10 mm outer diameters and in 4, 6, 8, and 10 cm working lengths.


Key Benefits

  • Anatomic conformity: The NIRflex cell design features narrow strut rings for exceptional flexibility and wide strut rings for superior radial support. The result is a stent with superior radial support and excellent conformability.
  • Superior design: The stents are designed to exhibit virtually no foreshortening and to deliver consistent deployment force from start to finish.
  • Precise stent placement: Distinctive color markings on the introducer help maintain endoscopic visualization for proper placement of the stent.

Product Support

Minimum Channel Size: 3.2 mm
Working Length: 190 cm 
Stent Outer Diameters: 8, 10 mm
Stent Lengths: 4, 6, 8, 10 cm
Delivery Catheter: 7.5 Fr.
Package: 1 per box, sterile
Use: Single use

For detailed specifications please contact customer service for assistance.

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