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The acquisition of Xlumena allows Boston Scientific to expand its endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) capability with the addition of a therapeutic EUS technology.
The AXIOS Stent and Delivery System is currently the only stent indicated for transmural pancreatic pseudocyst drainage in the U.S.
See the Next Generation SpyGlass™ DS Direct Visualization System
Patient management was altered in this case based on the findings using the SpyGlass DS System because we were able to determine that the patient was not a candidate for surgery. This saved the unnecessary costs and potential risks associated with an unsuccessful surgery.
Isaac Raijman, MD, FACP, AGAF, FASGE
CHI St. Luke’s Hospital
Digestive Associates of Houston
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Captivator™ EMR Device
Benefits of the new Captivator EMR Device include:
- 360-degree cap visualization to assess and target lesions
- The ability to pass 7Fr tools with the device in place -- an important option in managing complications.
- The Captivator EMR Device includes the Captivator EMR Band Ligator, Captivator EMR Snare and Captivator EMR Pathology Kit.
The Captivator EMR Device is Boston Scientific’s first device specifically designed for ligation-assisted EMR of the upper GI tract. EMR ligation may be used to treat many diseases of the upper GI tract such as squamous neoplasma and Barrett’s esophagus.
Resolution™ Clip Indicated for Prophylactic Clipping
The Resolution Clip is the first and currently the only hemostasis clip in the US indicated for hemostasis for prophylactic clipping to reduce the risk of delayed bleeding post lesion resection. This indication for Resolution Clip may yield significant benefits for patients, physicians and hospitals.
A retrospective study found that prophylactic clipping of large polypectomy induced ulcers may reduce:
- Delayed bleeds by more than 80%1
- Unnecessary costs by helping patients avoid hospitalization, blood transfusions, repeat colonoscopies and surgical procedures1