One essential step forward in endoscopic care.
EXALT™ Model D Single-Use Duodenoscope
Raise the standard of patient care with EXALT Model D, the world's only single-use duodenoscope with peer-reviewed, published data. Designed to provide the same high performance you expect from a reusable scope in a groundbreaking single-use platform, EXALT Model D reduces infection risk due to ineffective reprocessing for endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) procedures.
Eliminates risk of cross-contamination due to ineffective reprocessing
CMS reimbursement for Model D
No reprocessing/repairs required
Comprehensive installation services
Published Clinical Data
Exalt Model D is the only single-use duodenoscope with published clinical data. Discover the data from three peer-reviewed clinical trials and hear what leading physicians have to say about the results.See the data
Meeting the needs of ASGE complexity grades
Watch case studies to see how the EXALT Model D Single-Use Duodenoscope offers stability, maneuverability and control in ERCP procedures.View case studies
CMS Approves Application for
a New Technology Add-on Payment
Beginning October 1, 2021, CMS will provide add-on payment for the use of EXALT Model per eligible hospital inpatient admission to IPPS-participating acute care hospitals. NTAP facilitates Medicare beneficiary access to new and innovative devices, like EXALT Model D, by providing eligible cases with payment for the device in addition to the MS-DRG Medicare hospital inpatient payment.
A cost-effective alternative
Learn how EXALT Model D provides a cost-effective alternative to reusable duodenoscopes and find out what the CMS transitional pass-through (TPT) payment category means for your facility.Learn more
Built for control & maneuverability
Discover how EXALT Model D was designed to offer the performance you expect from conventional scopes in a single-use platform.
Reducing infection risk due to ineffective reprocessing
Learn how EXALT Model D helps reduce infection risk due to ineffective duodenoscope reprocessing.