- Removable stent for treatment of bleeding from esophageal varices
- Easy implantation without the need for endoscopy / X-Ray control
- Secure hemostasis through direct compression of varices
- Oral intake maintained from time of implantation
Procedure Pack with SX-ELLA Stent Danis
Complete procedure pack including all items required for implantation (e.g. syringe for inflation of gastric balloon, mouthpiece, etc.). Self-expandable nitinol stent covered by plastic membrane and preloaded in a ready-to-use delivery system.
SX-ELLA Stent Danis is intended to stop acute and/or refractory bleeding from esophageal varices.
- Diagnosed malignancy or stricture affecting the esophagus
- Case history of irradiation therapy of the chest or the esophagus
- Malignancy of the throat, larynx, trachea, bronchi and stomach
- Esophagorespiratory fistula
- Esophageal bleeding due to injury of the upper GIT
MRI Safety Information
- The product is MRI Conditional, compatible with 1.5-Tesla and 3-Tesla magnetic field.
Features / Benefits
- Variable pitches in stent braiding conform to esophageal peristalsis, reducing the risk of stent migration
- Standardized compression of the varices results in effective hemostasis
- Atraumatic edges
- Radiopaque markers at both stent ends and at the mid-point
- Retrieval loops with gold markers at both stent ends
- Easy endoscopic stent removal within 7 days by means of specific device – Extractor for SX-ELLA Esophageal Stents
Benefits of the Method
Danis Procedure Pack consists of a plastic carry case containing all items required for stent implantation: Delivery system pre-loaded with stent, guide wire, plastic syringes, mouthpiece, kidney dish, slobber cloth, waste bag with clip, sterile gloves, instruction for use, patient´s card and self-adhesive product label.
Nominal (relaxed) diameter of stent body is 25 mm, nominal diameter of flares is 30 mm, and nominal stent length is 135 mm.The delivery system 9.4 mm (28 F) / 6.6 mm (20 F) is available in a standard length of 60 cm.
Pending Patent, Application No. #04466016.5, submited on July 1, 2004