hemoclip

hemoclip

a malleable metal clip used to ligate small blood vessels during surgery and to mark the location of body structures in radiographic procedures.

hemoclip

(hē′mō-klĭp)
A metal or absorbable clip used to ligate blood vessels.
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2012) Hemostatic efficacy and clinical outcome of endoscopic treatment of Dieulafoy's lesions: Comparison of endoscopic hemoclip placement and endoscopic band ligation.
The diagnosis and treatment of UGIB have changed dramatically with the introduction of fiberoptic endoscopes and the introduction of various hemostatic techniques like banding, glue, sclerotherapy, hemoclip, and diathermy including argon plasma coagulation.
Sclerotherapy and hemoclip application were successful in stopping the bleeding.
Upper GI panendoscopy revealed a small hole with scar formation over the bulb, and orifice closure with a hemoclip was performed.
8mm,3mm,4mm, Hemoclip (LT100,200,400) with applicator
Upper gastrointestinal bleeding associated with focal ulceration at the attachment base of a chronically retained endoscopic hemoclip.
The Instinct Endoscopic Hemoclip from Cook Medical is used to stop gastrointestinal (GI) tract bleeding, which is a condition that can be challenging to treat because of the variations among bleeds.
Hemostasis was achieved by using a monopolar electrocautery and hemoclips (Hemoclip, Weck, Teleflex Medical, Research Triangle Park, NC, USA).
16] Endoscopic hemoclip placement can easily be achieved and is effective in immediate control of bleeding.