balloon dilator


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balloon dilator

A dilator that slips into a narrow structure and then inflates to widen it.
See also: dilator
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Precision inflation: The EZDilate balloon dilator is engineered to provide superior diameter accuracy without the need to over-inflate to reach target specification.
The EZDilate balloon dilator will be showcased at the New York Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (NYSGE) to be held at the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel in Manhattan on December 17-18.
The CRE Wireguided Balloon Dilator for the DASE procedure provides a new and alternative endoscopic therapy for the more than 60 million people worldwide affected by the presence of stones in the common bile duct," said David Pierce, president of the endoscopy division at Boston Scientific.
The CRE Wireguided Balloon Dilator is also indicated to dilate narrowed areas (or strictures) in the digestive tract.
ERCP devices - Biliary stone lithotripters, balloon dilators and stone removal devices among others can be used to remove obstructions from the Biliary and pancreatic ducts.
The Company will also offer hands-on product demonstration sessions of the SpyGlass Direct Visualization System, WallFlex(R) Enteral Stents, RX Biliary System(TM), Polyflex(R) Esophageal Stents, Radial Jaw(R) 4 Biopsy Forceps, Resolution(R) Clip, and the CRE(TM) Balloon Dilators in its Simulated Clinical Endoscopy Suite.
LaPlante was the Marketing Manager for the prostate products division of American Medical Systems, a manufacturer and marketer of urology products including genitourinary prostheses, balloon dilators and endourologic stents and catheters.