Endoscopic Injection Treatment of Esophageal and Gastric Varices.
Endoscopic Injection of Submusosa in GI Tract.
Injector Needles- Sclero Therapy Needle Used for Endoscopic Injection into Esophageal Varices above O.G.Junction. Used for Endoscopic injection to introduce a sclerosing agent of vasoconstrictor into selected sites to control actual or potential bleeding lesions. The injection of saline to aid in Endoscopic Mucosal Resection (EMR), Polypectomy procedures and to control non-variceal haemorrhage.
|Model||Sheath O.D.D±0.1(mm)||Working Length L±50(mm)||Needle Size(Diameter/Length)||Endoscopic Channel(mm)|
Needle Tip Angel 30 Degree
Transparent Inner Tube
Can be used to observe blood return.
Strong PTFE Sheath Construction
Facilitates advancement through difficult pathways.
Ergonomic Handle Design
Easy to control the needle moving.
How the Disposable Endoscopic Needle Works
A endoscopic needle is used to inject fluid into the submucosal space to elevate the lesion away from the underlying muscularis propria and create a less flat target for resection.
Q; EMR or ESD, how to determine?
A; EMR should be the first choice for the below situation:
●Superficial lesion in Barrett's esophagus;
●Small gastric lesion ＜10mm, IIa, difficult position for ESD;
●Colorectal non-granular/non-depressed ＜20mm or granular lesion.
A; ESD should be the top choice for:
●Squamous cell carcinoma (early) of the esophagus;
●Early gastric carcinoma;
●Colorectal (non-granular/depressed ＞20mm) lesion.