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Sphincterotome design accommodates multiple guidewire diameters, from .018-.035” and allows for use of multiple guidewires during a procedure.
Illustration shows tip movement capabilities that help facilitate cannulation.
The center-lumen design* is the result of DirecTip™ Technology. The center lumen allows the guidewire to extend from the center of the sphincterotome to aid in positioning and facilitates wireguided cannulation. *Does not apply to the 4.9Fr size.
Center Guidewire Lumen design allows the guidewire to extend from the center of the sphincterotome to aid in positioning and facilitates wire-guided cannulation.*
Wire-guided Cannulation is known to reduce the risk of post-ERCP pancreatitis compared with the standard contrast injection method.1
Center Injection Lumen design allows injection of contrast to exit from the center of the catheter enabling delivery of contrast to the intended duct.
*Does not apply to 4.9F (1.63mm) diameter.
1. Cennamo et al. Can a Wire-Guided Cannulation Technique Increase Bile Duct Cannulation Rate and Prevent Post-ERCP Pancreatitis?: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials. The American Journal of Gastroenterology, 2009.
Sphincterotome design accommodates Multiple Guidewire Diameters from 0.018 - 0.035in and allows for use of multiple guidewires during a procedure.*
Sphincterotome Multiple Tip Sizes accommodate varying patient anatomies and facilitates cannulation:
* TRUEtome 3.9F Sphincterotome accepts a maximum guidewire of 0.025in
Controlled Steerability provides optimal positioning for ERCP cannulation and sphincterotomy. Steerability enables intraductal selective cannulation to aid in accessing the pancreatico-biliary tree.
Handle Brake helps maintain catheter bow for all tip sizes and added control during sphincterotomy.
TRUEtome Cannulating Sphincerotomes are available in three tapered tip sizes to accommodate varying patient anatomies.
|Order Number (Box 1)||Order Number (Box 10)||Order Number (Box 20)||Product Description||Cut Wire Length (mm)||Tip Length (mm)||Distal Tip O.D. (F)||Recommended Guidewire Diameter (in)|
|M00584150||M00584151||M00584152||TUREtome 49 Sphincterotome||20||5||4.9||0.018-0.035|
|M00584160||M00584161||M00584162||TUREtome 49 Sphincterotome||30||5||4.9||0.018-0.035|
|M00584170||M00584171||M00584172||TUREtome 44 Sphincterotome||20||5||4.4||0.018-0.035|
|M00584180||M00584181||M00584182||TUREtome 44 Sphincterotome||30||5||4.4||0.018-0.035|
|M00584190||M00584191||M00584192||TUREtome 39 Sphincterotome||20||5||3.9||0.018-0.025|
|M00584120||M00584121||M00584122||TUREtome 39 Sphincterotome||30||5||3.9||0.018-0.025|