A complete, comprehensive, and versatile product portfolio for fURS and PCNL.​

Boston Scientific offers you a versatile solution that may allow success regardless of technique preference.1-11, 17, 18, 23 We are also offering a wide range of products built for each patient, despite their distinct anatomical needs8-12,14-20,23, and a versatile portfolio for kidney stone management no matter the size, type, or location.1, 8-14, 20-23

  •  Designed to simplify tasks and increase efficiency.1-11, 17, 18,23
  •  Designed to meet patients’ needs and preferences.8-12, 14-20,23
  •  For various stone sizes, locations and compositions.1, 8-14, 17, 18, 20-23

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We offer a versatile portfolio for kidney stone management no matter the size, type, or location.​1,12-14,20-22


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  2. Hajiha M., et al. The Effect of Operative Field Instrument Clutter During Intraoperative Fluoroscopy on Radiation Exposure. J Endourol. 2019;33(S1):A239‐A40
  3. Joice GA., et al. Ergonomics and procedure time of novel retrieval deployment device for single surgeon ureteroscopy. Abstract presented at EUS Annual Meeting, May 18, 2018, San Francisco, CA.
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  6. Clark CM, et al. Promoting Civility in the OR: An Ethical Imperative. AORN J. 2017 Jan;105(1): 60-6
  7. Matlaga B. Moving from four hands to two during flexible ureteroscopy with stone manipulation. Abstract presented at the World Congress of  Endourology, 2018, Paris
  8. Lee JN, Kim BS. Comparison of efficacy and bladder irritation symptoms among three different ureteral stents: a double-blind, prospective, randomized controlled trial. Scand J Urol. 2015 Jun;49(3):237-41
  9. Betschart P., et al. Prevention and treatment of symptoms associated with indwelling ureteral stents: A systematic review. Int J Urology. 2017 Apr;24(4):250-9.
  10. Park HK, et al. The impact of ureteral stent type on patient symptoms as determined by the ureteral stent symptom questionnaire : a prospective, randomized, controlled study. J Endourol. 2015 Mar;29(3):367-71. 4. 
  11. Mardis HK, et al. Comparative evaluation of materials used for internal ureteral stents. J Endourol. 1993 Apr;7(2):105-15. 
  12. Data on file with Boston Scientific.
  13. Bechis SK, et al. In vitro head-to-head comparison of the durability, versatility and efficacy of the NGage and novel Dakota stone retrieval baskets. Transl Androl Urol. 2017 Dec;6(6):1144-1149.
  14. Wilson Christopher, R., et al.. A miniaturized, 1.9F integrated optical fiber and stone basket for use in thulium fiber laser lithotripsy. Journal of Endourology, 2015. 29(10), 1110-1114. 
  15. Al-Kandari, A. et al. (Eds.) Difficulties in Instrumentation of Endourologic Procedures. Difficult Cases in Endourology. Springer Science & Business Media, 2012.
  16. Ofstead C. et al. The American Journal of Infection Control.  2017 May 4. pii: S0196-6553(17)30238-9.                                         
  17. Kai Chi Chan K, et al. Guided Guide to Guide Wires. Urology News. 2020;24(4)     
  18. Wetherell DR et al. Advances in ureteroscopy. Transl Androl Urol 2014 Jun 30.                     
  19. Monga M. et al.  Evidence-based instrumentation for flexible ureteroscopy: a review.  Journal of Endourology.  22(7): 1423–1426, 2008.
  20. Patel N. et al. Tipless Nitinol Stone Baskets: comparison of penetration force, radial dilation force, opening dynamics, and deflection. 2017 Urology, 103, 256-260. 
  21. Lukasewycz, S. et al. COMPARISON OF NITINOL TIPLESS STONE BASKETS IN AN IN VITRO CALICEAL MODEL. 2004 The Journal of Urology, 172(2), 562-564. 
  22. Ames, Caroline D. et al. "Alteration in irrigant flow and deflection of flexible ureteroscopes with Nitinol baskets.“ 2006 Journal of Endourology.20,1. 74-77.23 Holden, T. R. et al. Evidence-Based Instrumentation for Flexible Ureteroscopy: A review. 2008 Journal of Endourology, 22(7), 1423-1426. 
  23. Holden, T. R. et al. Evidence-Based Instrumentation for Flexible Ureteroscopy: A review. 2008 Journal of Endourology, 22(7), 1423-1426.

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