for effective closure of GI defects
Radial compression delivers the healing benefits of circumferential approximation __________ Proprietary radial compression technology for even 360° tissue compression • Prior to deployment, the Padlock Clip is positioned with its six prongs flexed open forming an 11mm circle, shielded and pointing toward the target tissue • As the deployment is initiated, the prongs first pierce
Provides effective closure and maintains blood flow to promote healing with epithelial growth
1cm x 1cm tissue chamber facilitates substantial tissue capture and approximation _________________ ________________ ______________ Fast and easy instrument mounting – less than a minute Does not occupy an instrument channel The Padlock Clip is made of a flexible, biocompatible alloy with exceptional shape-retention memory and instantly springs back to its original form when deployed In
Fast, easy mounting on endoscope without using instrument channel. Intuitive thumb press deployment. __________ Quick and Easy to Use – The Padlock Clip and Lock-it Delivery System is ergonomically designed, does not occupy an instrument channel and is secured to the endoscope by a simple stretch fastener. It is easy to mount on the endoscope and is
Designed, manufactured and assembled in the USA
Advanced Clip Suture System…… (How it Works)
The Padlock Clip’s exclusive radial compression technology delivers all the healing benefits of suture like circumferential approximation.
Simple & Easy to Use
Key Features – Simple to Deploy
The Padlock Clip and Lock-It Delivery System’s syringe-like trigger
facilitates precise "push of the thumb" instant deployment .
Target tissue is gathered and lifted into a floret-like mass that is self-closing and resistant to GI pressures that may cause leaks in linear closures.
Elizabeth Rajan, MD, Christopher J. Gostout, MD, FASGE, Louis M. Wong Kee Song, MD, FASGE, Lawrence A. Szarka, MD, Purna C. Kashyap, MD, Thomas C. Smyrk, MD, Juliane Bingener, MD, Jodie L. Deters, LPN, Mary A. Knipschield, Cheryl E. Bernard, Gianrico Farrugia, MD, of Mayo Clinic College of Medicine report on their feasibility study of a breakthrough technique for gastric endoscopic muscle biopsy (gEMB).
Rajan, E et al Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. 2016 Apr 29.