sphincterotome

sphinc·ter·o·tome

(sfingk'tĕr-ō-tōm'),
An instrument for incising a sphincter.

sphincterotome

(sfingk′tĕr-ŏ-tōm″) [ sphincter + -tome]
A surgical or endoscopic instrument used to incise a sphincter.
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The CBD was selectively cannulated using a sphincterotome and a 0.
Contract notice: medical device consumable sterile sphincterotome non preloaded short system
1 ERCP requires cannulation, a method by which gastroenterologists gain access to the biliary and pancreatic ducts with either a medical device, such as a sphincterotome, or a wire guide.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Endoscopic Accessories Biliary Extraction Basket, Guide Wire, Sphincterotome, Stent Pusher/Introducer etc.
Tenders are invited for Processing Of Ercp Accessories On Rate Contract For Department Of Surgery And Medicine : Guide wire, Stone extracting Dormia basket, Stone extracting Balloon, Mechanical lithotripter Basket, Mechanical Lithotripter Handle, Triple lumen Sphincterotome (wire guided triple lumen), Pig tail catheters, Sterilization Tray: 2 no.
Contract awarded for Supply Agreement sphincterotome Billroth for HDS.
Contract notice: Pa 2018-0-42 - supply of sphincterotomes for the endoscopy service of the university hospital 12 de octubre
ERCP devices: Biliary Balloon Dilators, Stone Lithotripters, Stone Removal Devices (balloons/ baskets), ERCP cannulae, Guidewires, Sphincterotomes
In 2004, the global gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy device market, comprising videoscopes, hemostasis devices, enteral feeding devices, stents, biopsy forceps, polypectomy snares, endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) devices, dilation balloon devices, biliary stone removal devices, and sphincterotomes, and others was valued at over $1 billion.
The framework will cover a comprehensive range of products to include but not limited to Balloons, Biliary ERCP, Biopsy, Catheters, Cannulae, Capsules/Pill Camera, Cleaning Equipment, Clips, Cytology Brushes, Dilatation, Endoscopic Ultra Sound (EUS), Enteral Feeding, Forceps, Guidewires, Haemostasis, Ligators, Metal Stents, Needles, Plastic Stents, Snares, Sphincterotomes and accessories (the Goods).