Upon deployment, the Resolution Clip is designed to lock securely in place for improved retention.
Clipping Emergent Bleeds Physicians discuss Resolution Clip as an alternative for hemostasis.
Anchoring a J-Tube Dr. J. Robert Evans anchors a jejunum feeding tube with Resolution Clip.
Closure of Large Gastric Defect Dr. Ping-Hong Zhou uses clip after Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection.
Mucosal Defect Closure using Resolution Clips
The Resolution Clip has impacted more than 2.5 million patient lives.
Engineered to enable opening and closing up to five times prior to deployment, aiding in repositioning of the Resolution Clip.**
Upon deployment, the Resolution Clip locks securely in place for improved retention.
Per Directions for Use, the Resolution Clip can be used in Magnetic Resonance (MR) environments.
Ready-to-use, which is essential for emergency bleeding situations.
Intended to grasp a sizeable amount of tissue.
Learn about other Boston Scientific hemostasis treatment modalities:
|Order Number||Working Length (cm)||Minimum Working Channel (mm)||Clip Opening (mm)||Packaging|
Closure of a Large Gastric Defect (less than 3 cm) Watch Video >
Read Additional Case Studies:
Hemoclip: Guidelines & Atlas Case Reviews Detailing How to Clip Various GI Bleeds >
Presented by Dr. Dennis Jensen (USA)
Multiple Clips Close Spiral Overtube-Related Esophageal Laceration >
Presented by Dr. Jonathan M. Buscaglia (USA)
Closure of Large Gastric Defect with Resolution Clips After Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection >
Presented by Dr. Ping-Hong Zhou (China)
Hemostasis of Actively Bleeding Gastric Polyps Utilizing the Resolution Clip >
Presented by Dr. Jeremy Barber, DO (USA)