ERCP Made Easy
Discover the ERCP system
where performance is guaranteed.
With CONMED's NEW Short Wire Exchange Biliary Family, you're no longer forced to choose between the products you want and the technique you prefer. Engineered for the popular short-wire exchange technique, this complete family of products for ERCP procedures is designed to provide benefits to physicians and the patients they treat. Additionally, you can use these products with confidence knowing that if they don't work as advertised, they'll be replaced at no cost to you through CONMED's Biliary Assurance Program.*

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Stricture Management

GORE® VIABIL® Short Wire Biliary Endoprosthesis

The self-expanding GORE® VIABIL® Short Wire Biliary Endoprosthesis is the only fully-covered metal stent with
anti-migration technology proven to minimize the risk of reintervention. Additionally, it offers substantiated evidence
in studies that demonstrate sustained long-term patency5,6:

Demonstrated low migrations - Fully covered
anchoring fins
• Securely holds the device within the duct to minimize the
 risk of migration, with a reported 0–1.4% migration rate
 range outperforming BOSTON SCIENTIFIC WALLFLEX Biliary
 RX Fully Covered Stent migration rates ranging up to 0–13%.1

Designed to Reduce Resistance & Bursting
• Optimal balance of Radial and Axial force provides
 the right fit and flexibility to help prevent migration and
 sludge formation.3,4

Prevents tissue ingrowth and promotes conformability -
Durable, non-porous FEP / ePTFE liner

• Proven highest patency helps provide a high standard of
  palliative care for your patients.5,6
Higher primary patency
• Clinical performance demonstrates GORE® VIABIL® Biliary
 Endoprosthesis maintains higher primary patency than the
 leading competitor at 3, 6, and 12-months.5,6
• Improved long-term patency can mean an improved quality
 of life for patients. 


With a 0.2% average reported migration rate, we’re so confident in these outcomes GORE will replace it* if a migration occurs.*

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Stone Removal
FIT™ Stone Balloon

Designed by endoscopists for endoscopists, CONMED’s New
FIT™ (Flexible Intelligent Therapy) SW Stone Balloon adjusts to the duct size to ensure the easy removal of biliary stones. The NEW FIT™ Biliary Stone Balloon inflates to ranges from 9mm
up to 22mm reducing the need to change device

One Balloon for Any Size Ducts.
• Expandable from 9mm-22mm, the FIT balloon
  adjusts to the caliber of the bile duct
• Helps provide effective occlusion by adjusting size
  to the desired duct

Optimal Conformability
• Allows for better visualization due to its transparent material
• Rugged yet pliable, adjusts to most duct sizes to match the    patient anatomy and easily remove stones


• Unlike current market leading balloons, the FIT balloon is
  not made with natural rubber latex
Dual-Injection Ports Help Reduce Intraductal
• Choice of proximal or distal injection helps decrease  unnecessary contrast injection into hepatic ducts and can
 help  reduce fluoroscopy time with dual injection ports.  


FIT™ Biliary Stone Balloons are designed to make it through the toughest cases without breakage – and
if it does break, we’ll replace it.*


TruPass™ Triple Lumen Papillotomes
Compatible with short-wire ERCP techniques, CONMED’s NEW TruPass™ SW Papillotomes are designed to deliver guaranteed orientation and currently have one of the smallest tips of any .035” guidewire compatible triple lumen papillotomes available.

Smaller Tip
• The 4.3Fr tip is designed to improve cannulation performance    and maneuverability.

Boston Scientific Autome™ RX brochure. ENDO-377606-AA May 2016.
 2 Olympus, 3v-digital-wire guided,          Accessed on April 20, 2017
Smooth, Atraumatic Radiopaque Tip
• The smooth tapered tip reduces tissue trauma  to the papilla.    Tips are also radiopaque to enable fluoroscopic visualization.

Integrated Lumen Technology for Optimal
Guidewire Positioning
• To facilitate cannulation, the guidewire exits the distal tip of
 the TruPass™ papillotome through a central lumen. This helps
 to position the guidewire axis more preferentially to help with
 guidewire cannulation.

Color-Coded Cutting Wire Markers
• Easy visibility for determining papillotome
  depth and cutting wire location.

We guarantee TruPass™ Papillotomes will orient between 11 and 1 o’clock to assist with cannulation or we’ll replace it.*



Wire Guided Cannulation
ACE™ Biliary Guidewire

Comprised of proprietary Triton Alloy for extra stiffness, the NEW ACE™ Biliary Guidewire provides easy and effective pushability in the smaller .025 size – offering Endoscopists a simple solution for challenging wire guided cannulation within the pancreaticobiliary tract.

· Provides easy and effective pushability in the
 smaller .025 size.

· Superelastic and kink-resistant properties
 provide maximum control while helping make
 sure the wire stays in place.

· To help reduce trauma, flexible, soft 10cm tip
 is hydrophilic for minimally-invasive movement
 through the pancreaticobiliary system. 

ACE Biliary Guidewire
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CONMED Biliary
Assurance Program
At CONMED, we are so extremely confident in our new Short Wire Exchange Biliary Devices that we are offering the CONMED Biliary Assurance Program for our GORE® VIABIL® Biliary Endoprosthesis, FIT™ Biliary Stone Balloons and TruPass™ Papillotomes.*


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1W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. Migration Summary for GORE® VIABIL® Biliary Endoprosthesis and BOSTON SCIENTIFIC WALLFLEX Biliary RX  Fully Covered Stent. Flagstaff, AZ:W. L.   Gore & Associates, Inc; 2017. [Literature Summary]. AW0010-EN3. 2W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. Reduce the risk of reintervention. GORE® VIABIL® Biliary Endoprosthesis Assurance Brochure. Flagstaff, AZ: W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc; 2017.   [Flyer]. AW0165-EN1. 3Isayama H, Mukai T, Itoi T, et al. Comparison of partially covered nitinol stents with partially covered stainless stents as a historical control in a multicenter study of distal   malignant biliary obstruction: the WATCH study. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2012;76(1):84-92. 4Isayama H, Nakai Y, Toyokawa Y, et al. Measurement of radial and axial forces of biliary self-expandable metallic stents. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2009;70(1):37-44. 5Kitano M, Yamashita Y, Tanaka K, et al. Covered self-expandable metal stents with an anti-migration system improve patency duration without increased complications compared with uncovered stents for distal biliary obstruction caused by pancreatic carcinoma: a randomized multicenter trial. Am J Gastroenterol. 2013 Nov;108(11):1713-22. 6Krokidis M, Fanelli F, Orgera G, Bezzi M, Passariello R, Hatzidakis A. Percutaneous treatment of malignant jaundice due to extrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma: covered Viabil stent versus uncovered Wallstents. Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology 2010;33(1):97-106.