Whether you are looking for a sphinctertome or a Fully Covered SEMS,
CONMED offers a complete line of high quality biliary devices that are
designed to meet physicians’ clinical needs so they can overcome their
challenges and deliver a higher level of care.
A revolutionary fully covered biliary stent with atraumatic anti-migration anchoring fin technology* and delivery system like no other.
GORE® VIABIL® Fully Covered SEMS is the First Fully Covered SEMS with Anti-Migration Anchoring Fin Technology. A scientific review of published literature on 663 patients reported an average migration rate of 0.3% compared up to 13%.1
A Smooth, Precision Controlled Deployment
Platform – Unique To GORE® VIABIL® Biliary
The first fully-covered metal stent with a proprietary pull-line† deployment system – it is obvious why GORE® VIABIL® Biliary Endoprosthesis is a trusted leader in fully-covered, self-expandable metal stents in the interventional endoscopy market.
The non-foreshortening stent design helps ensure accurate placement the first time.† GORE® VIABIL® Biliary Endoprosthesis offers a preferred balance of radial strength and conformability.3
GORE® VIABIL® Biliary Endoprosthesis maintains higher primary patency than the leading competitor at 3, 6 and 12-months. Improved long term patency can mean an improved quality of life for patients.1,2
In the last ten years, more than 700,000 GORE ePTFE stent grafts† have been implanted worldwide.
Wire Guided Cannulation
ACE™ Biliary Guidewire
Comprised of CONMED’s proprietary Triton Alloy for extra stiffness, the NEW ACE™ Biliary Guidewire provides easy and effective pushability in the physician-preferred smaller .025 size – offering Endoscopists a simple solution for challenging wire guided cannulation within the pancreaticobiliary tract.
1Jost B, Pfirrmann CWA, Gerber C. Clinical outcome after structural failure of rotator cuff repairs. J Bone Joint Surg Am 2000; 82:304-14.) 2Barber FA, Burns JP, Deutsch A, Labbé MR, Litchfield RB.. A prospective, randomized evaluation of acellular human dermal matrix augmentation for arthroscopic rotator cuff repair. Arthroscopy. 2012 Jan;28(1):8-15. doi: 10.1016/j.arthro.2011.06.038. Epub 2011 Oct 5. 3Barber, FA, Aziz-Jacobo J. Biomechanical testing of commercially available soft-tissue augmentation materials. Arthroscopy
2009;25:1233-1239. 4Agrawal, V. Healing rates for challenging rotator cuff tears utilizing an acellular human dermal reinforcement graft.Int J Shoulder Surg. 2012 Apr;6(2):36-44. doi: 10.4103/0973-6042.96992. 5Daculsi G, et al., Osteoconductive properties of poly(96L/4D-lactide)/beta-tricalcium phosphate in long term animal model, Biomaterials 2011, doi:10.1016/j.biomaterials.2011.01.033. 6Barber FA, et al., Cyclic Loading Biomechanical Analysis of the Pullout Strengths of Rotator Cuff and Glenoid Anchors: 2013 Update, Arthroscopy 2013; 29:832-844. 7 Data on File TR16-787. 8 Data on file. TR16-219.