Gastroenterology

By partnering with specialists in digestive healthcare, we aim to understand your clinical needs and provide a broad portfolio of impactful solutions.

We also focus on education, ensuring you have constant access to the latest techniques and clinical discussions.

Biliary & Endoscopic Ultrasound

Explore our portfolio of products designed with your procedures in mind, including sphincterotomes and access, guidewires, stone extraction balloons, EUS needles, biliary dilation balloons, and more. The GORE® VIABIL® Biliary Endoprosthesis is the only fully-covered metal stent proven to minimize the risk of reintervention.1

Biopsy & Polypectomy

An extensive line of therapeutic devices designed to collect and protect. This product family includes forceps, retrieval devices, snares, cytology/histology needles, and cytology/microbiology brushes.

Dilation

Expand with ease. This portfolio of esophageal dilators, balloon dilators, and accessories offers novel benefits and clinical reliability.

Hemostasis

Stop the bleeding with confident control and explore our injection needles and ligation solutions.

Infection Prevention

Elevating patient safety with a portfolio designed to reduce the risk of endoscopy-related infections.1-3

Thermal hemostasis solutions designed by gastroenterologists for gastroenterologists

The Beamer® System was designed and refined to achieve faster hemostasis with less tissue damage.

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See more from the experts sharing their techniques for excellent outcomes with our solutions

CONMED Smoke Evacuation

Effective solutions tailored to your facility's smoke evacuation needs.

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Explore More of CONMED’s GI Solutions

1 W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc., Biliary Fully Covered Metal Stents Systematic Review of the Clinical Literature. Flagstaff, AZ; 2019. [Work plan]. WP111272.
2 AORN. “2016 Guidelines for Perioperative Practice: Guideline for Processing Flexible Endoscopes.” (2016).
3 AAMI. “American National Standards ANSI/AAMI ST91: 2015. Flexible and semi-rigid endoscope processing in health care facilities.” (2015).