Endoscopic Mucosal Resection (EMR) and Polypectomy

From initial incision to defect closure, CONMED has a product portfolio to meet your needs

EMR is an endoscopic technique developed for the removal of sessile or flat neoplasms confined to the superficial layers (mucosa and submucosa) of the GI tract. 1 Post-endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) bleeding is one of the major complications after resection of large colorectal polyps.2 Clip closure of mucosal defects has been considered an important technique for prevention of delayed bleeding.2 Prophylactic clipping significantly decreases the occurrence of delayed bleeding after endoscopic mucosal resection of colorectal polyps.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

Beamer® Electrosurgical Platform

Combining sophisticated technology with unrivaled ease of use

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