Evolved prophylactic clipping techniques for GI delayed bleeding management
Lesion types and patient profiles impact when to use prophylactic clipping. Hear from experts on how they have seen approaches to prophylactic clipping change over the years, but it remains a critical part of today's practice.
Prophylactic clipping in practice
Dr. Amit Rastogi, Professor of Medicine, Department of Gastroenterology, University of Kansas Health System, shares his experience with prophylaxis for GI bleeding.
Patient and procedural benefits of prophylactic clipping
Dr. Douglas Rex, Director of Endoscopy, Indiana University Hospital and Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine, discusses the benefits of prophylactic clipping for specific lesion types and patient profiles.
Talk to a rep
Discuss prophylactic clipping and get case support from your Boston Scientific Rep.
Learn more about our tools for prophylactic clipping
Discover products designed for hemostasis, prophylactic clipping, endoscopic marking and closure.
Resolution 360™ ULTRA Clip
The largest through-the-scope hemostatic clip on the market – designed to capture more tissue.
Resolution 360™ Clip
Features 1:1 rotation designed to enable faster and more accurate placement.
Designed for hemostasis, endoscopic marking, closure and anchoring of jejunal feeding tubes.
Connect with us on social
Join the latest conversations on clinical studies, techniques, technological advancements and more.
CAUTION: U.S. Federal law restricts these devices to sale by or on the order of a physician.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: These materials are intended to describe common clinical considerations and procedural steps for the use of referenced technologies but may not be appropriate for every patient or case. Decisions surrounding patient care depend on the physician’s professional judgment in consideration of all available information for the individual case. Boston Scientific (BSC) does not promote or encourage the use of its devices outside their approved labeling. Case studies are not necessarily representative of clinical outcomes in all cases as individual results may vary.