Ampullectomy

CONMED’s DuraClip® allows for accessibility to hard-to-reach areas over the elevator of a duodenoscope

Ampullary tumors are rare tumors of the gastrointestinal tract. Compared with surgery, the endoscopic approach to remove these tumors by ampullectomy is associated with lower morbidity and mortality.1 Postprocedural complications, such as pancreatitis, bleeding, and biliary stenosis, are the major concerns associated with the endoscopic procedure.2

DuraClip® Hemostasis Clip

Offering a true 1:1 rotation and a flexible distal end of the catheter designed to provide better access to tissue for ideal clip placement

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