The iSnare system features an alternating injection needle and hexagonal polypectomy snare operated by a multi-functional handle reducing device exchange and enabling immediate snare resection following injection. The iSnare system is ideal for endoscopic mucosal resection and submucosal injection assisted polypectomy.
How the iSnare System – Hexagonal Snare works
The iSnare system hexagonal polypectomy snare features a 25mm snare in a 3.0mm, dual lumen catheter designed for the injection of media for submucosal lift of polyps or other mucosal lesions, using direct visualization, through a flexible endoscope, prior to electrosurgical excision and for the infusion of fluid for clearing the field of view, applying dye spray, clot removal, injection of hemostatic agents to control post polypectomy bleeding, and tattooing of sites for future surveillance or surgical purposes.
Why the iSnare System – Hexagonal Snare?
1 T. Woodward, et al. Improving complete EMR of colorectal neoplasia: a randomized trial comparing snares and injectate in the resection of large sessile colon polyps. Volume 81, No. 3 : 2015.GASTROINTESTINAL ENDOSCOPY
|Product Number||Sheath Diameter||Length||Approximate Snare Size||Active Cord Connection||Needle||Unit/Box|
|BX00711088||3mm||230cm||2.5x4.0cm||Olympus Style||25 Gauge X 5mm||5|
|BX00711089||3mm||230cm||2.5x4.0cm||Olympus Style||23 Gauge X 5mm||5|
iSnare® system: piecemeal resection of large, sessile polyp
iSnare® system: saline assisted polypectomy animation
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