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Resolution® Clip

When Positioning is Critical, There is a Resolution™

Studies have been published relating to the safety and effectiveness of endoscopic clip placement to treat GI bleeding. Clips may not only provide a lower rebleeding rate, but also may cause less tissue reaction.1

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Overview

Product Information

The Resolution Clip is indicated for clip placement within the Gastrointestinal (GI) tract for the purpose of:
  • Endoscopic marking
  • Hemostasis for:
    • Mucosal/sub-mucosal defects < 3 cm
    • Bleeding ulcers
    • Arteries < 2 mm
    • Polyps < 1.5 cm in diameter
    • Diverticula in the colon
  • Anchoring to affix jejunal feeding tubes to the wall of the small bowel
  • Closure of GI tract luminal perforations < 20 mm that can be treated conservatively

Pre–Loaded–The Resolution Clip Device is designed to be ready-to-use, which is essential for emergency bleeding situations.

Re–opening Capability–The radiopaque Resolution Clip is engineered to enable opening and closing up to five times prior to deployment, aiding in repositioning of the clip should that be desired at the lesion site, (Re–opening and closing capability may be limited by clinical circumstances and patient anatomy, among other factors.)

11mm–Wide Jaw Span–The jaw is intended to grasp a sizable amount of tissue.

User–Friendly Handle–The handle is designed to deliver a familiar actuation for opening and closing the jaws. It is designed to provide tactile feedback upon closing of jaws, indicating that the clip is about to be deployed.

Compatibility–The Resolution Clip Device is designed to be compatible with Gastroscopes and Colonoscopes with working channels equal to or greater than 2.8mm.

Device Illustration

Resolution® Clip Device

Device Highlights

  1. Thumb Ring
  2. Slider
  3. Stopper
  4. Over-Sheath Grip
  5. Clip


References

  1. Cipoletta. Endoclips versus heater probe in preventing early recurrent bleeding from peptic ulcer: a prospective and randomized trial. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2001; 53:147-51.
  2. Teo EK, Fock KM. Dieulafoy's disease treated by endoscopic hemostasis clipping. J Gastroenterology Hepatology 1998; 13:320-1.


Image Gallery
Closure of Gastric EMR Site Endoscopic Photo Post-Polypectomy "Spurting" Vessel Endoscopic Photo Post-Polypectomy Perforation Fluoroscopic Photo Resolution Clip Photo

Product Type

Clip
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