Taewoong Niti-S™ Enteral Colonic Stents

D Enteral Colonic Stent

Indication

Malignant colorectal obstruction

Features

Unfixed cell with weaving construction

Maximize conformability to prevent migration and the risk of perforation Optimal combination of radial and axial force to maintain patency in tortuous anatomy


Radiopaque marker

4(four) at both ends & 2(two) in the middle


Released Article

1. Self-Expandable Metal Stent for Malignant Colonic Obstruction: Outcome in Proximal vs. Left Sided Tumor Localization
Z Gastroenterol 2013 A.O.Tal, M.Friendrich-Rust et al.
2. Comparison of a Newly Designed Double-Layered Combination Covered Stent and D-Weave Uncovered Stent for Decompression of Obstructive Colorectal
Cancer: A Prospective Multicenter Study The ASCRS Vol. 53, No. 8: 2010 Chang Mo Moon, MD, et al.
3. The New Nitinol Conformable Self-Expandable Metal Stents for Malignant Colonic Obstruction: A Pilot Experience as Bridge to Surgery Treatment
The Scientific World Journal Roberto Di Mitri and Filippo Mocciaro


S Enteral colonic Stent(Covered)

Indication

Benign and malignant colorectal obstruction

Features

Fixed cell with braided construction

High flexibility and optimal radial force


Silicone covering and soft round ends

Reduce tissue ingrowth and hyperplasia reaction

Visible green suture for easy removal

Radiopaque marker

4(four) at both ends & 2(two) in the middle


Released Article

From iatrogenic digestive perforation to complete anastomotic disunion: endoscopic stenting as a new concept of stent-guided regeneration and re-epithelialization
GASTROINTESTINAL ENDOSCOPY Vol. 69, No. 7: 2009 Laila Amrani


COMVITM Enteral colonic Stent

Indication

Malignant colorectal obstruction

Features

Triple layered construction

Biocompatible PTFE membrane tube is held between inner and outer mesh


Unfixed cell structure enables stent to conform to tortuous anatomy
PTFE membrane prevents the risk of the tissue invasion
Outer wire mesh prevents the risk of migration


Minimum foreshortening

for accurate stent placement

Radiopaque marker

4(four) at both covered part ends


Released Article

1. Comparison of efficacies between stents for malignant colorectal obstruction: a randomized, prospective study GASTROINTESTINAL ENDOSCOPY, Vol. 72, No. 2: 2010 Semi Park

2. Comparison of a Newly Designed Double-Layered Combination Covered Stent and D-Weave Uncovered Stent for Decompression of Obstructive Colorectal Cancer: A Prospective Multicenter Study The ASCRS Vol. 53, No. 8: 2010 Chang Mo Moon, MD, et al.


COMVITM Enteral colonic Stent(Flare)

Indication

Malignant colorectal obstruction

Features

Triple layered construction

: Biocompatible PTFE membrane tube is held between inner and outer mesh
Uncovered proximal flare end (proximal part of stricture) to reduce migration
Large cell structure of body with thick wire to reduce the risk of fracture and enhance radial force


Large diameter (up to 26mm)

is loaded into 10.5Fr delivery system

Minimum foreshortening

for accurate stent placement

Radiopaque marker

3(three) at Flared end and 2(two) on both ends of body