Stening® Bronchial stent follows the tracheal stent general design, with some changes on its walls’ thickness and its dimensions. It is introduced in a wide range of diameters and lengths, sharing a lot of indications described for the tracheal version.
Neoplasms that invade the tracheal carina or its slopes.
After laser resection, cryotherapy or electrocautery, to maintain the airway opened.
Post infectious stenosis (endobronchial tuberculosis, histoplasmosis mediastinal fibrosis, herpes virus, diphtheria).
Post-surgical term-terminal bronchial anastomosis stenosis.
Excessive dynamic compression of the airway.
Bronchus invasion caused by an oesophageal carcinoma.
After endoscopic resection of bronchial metastasis.
Medical grade silicone
Bevelled edges to prevent granulomas
Spur system to prevent migration
Surface of maximum softness to avoid adherence of secretions
Transparent or Radiopaque
Maintain the moisture of secretions whenever they appear, by taking nebulisations frequently with a warm isotonic saline solution.
Perform a periodic check-up following your doctor’s advice.
Take care of your oral hygiene and treat cavities.