Direct Visualization System
Our Purpose is Clear
The SpyGlass™ DS System enables direct visualization of the pancreatic and bile ducts, is used to evaluate suspected benign and malignant conditions, and is used for the treatment of difficult stones and strictures.
The SpyGlass DS System enables high resolution imaging and therapy during an ERCP procedure to target biopsies, fragment stones through lithotripsy, and remove residual stones, stone fragments, and foreign bodies such as migrated stents.
Using the SpyGlass DS System compared to traditional ERCP may result in more efficient evaluation, help reduce the need for additional testing and repeat procedures and enable patients to receive treatment sooner.
Since its launch in 2015, the SpyGlass DS System has impacted more than 80,000 patient lives in more than 65 countries.
SpyScope DS II Catheter
The 3rd Generation SpyScope™ DS II Access & Delivery Catheter
To manage complex stones and indeterminant strictures efficiently and effectively, physicians need more than just standard ERCP tools. The SpyScope DS II Catheter features increased resolution and improved lighting to enhance visual inspection of the biliary and pancreatic ducts and is compatible with a full suite of diagnostic and therapeutic accessories.
In addition, the SpyScope DS II Catheter may be a useful tool to help define pre-surgical mapping and to evaluate the anatomy before and after ablation procedures.
The SpyScope DS II Catheter features increased resolution, at 2.5x that of the SpyScope DS Catheter: *
- HDR processing for improved visibility
- Easy platform upgrade process
"The enhanced in-depth and lateral visualization of the SpyScope DS II catheter facilitates a more detailed assessment of mucosal pathology in the pancreaticobiliary system. The increased resolution and major reduction in glare* allows for superior structural and vascular recognition, which will advance our ability to diagnose and treat our patients."
– Isaac Raijman, M.D.
- Biliary System Cancer
- Pancreatic Cancer
- Bile Duct Cancer
- Gallbladder Cancer
- Intraductal Pancreatic Mucinous Tumor (IPMT)
- Intraductal Papillary Mucinous Neoplasms of the Pancreas (IPMN)
- Choledocholithiasis and Cholelithiasis (Gallstones)
- Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC)
- Indeterminate Pancreatic Strictures/Masses
- Pancreatic Stones/Debris
- Biliary papillomatosis