Bronchial stent ST

bronchial stent
bronchial stent
bronchial stent
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bronchial, tracheal

14 mm, 15 mm, 16.25 mm, 17.5 mm (0.551 in)


30 mm, 40 mm, 50 mm, 60 mm, 70 mm (1.181 in)


The Stening® Tracheal stent is the classical and straight stent for tracheal affections. It has a tubular structure, with flat surface anchoring studs on its outer wall to prevent stent migration. Indications: Primary or secondary tracheal neoplasm Tracheoesophageal fistula Tracheal rupture After laser resection, cryotherapy or electrocautery, to maintain the airway opened. Extrinsic compression or compromise of the submucosa Post intubation stenosis Post-traumatic stenosis Post infectious stenosis (endobronchial tuberculosis, histoplasmosis mediastinal fibrosis, herpes virus, diphtheria) Focal trachea-broncho-malacia: following tracheostomy or radiation therapy Diffuse trachea-broncho-malacia: idiopathic, polychondritis or Mounier-Kuhn syndrome Tracheal tumours Amyloidosis Excessive dynamic compression of the airway Miscellaneous: Extrinsic compression caused by an aortic aneurysm Tracheal distortion caused by kyphoscoliosis Tracheal obstruction caused by an oesophageal stent In combination with an oesophageal stent Introduction technique: The procedure will take place under general anaesthesia. The implant of these type of prostheses can be made directly through the work channel of the tracheoscope or bronchoscope. A conventional introducer for silicone prostheses can be used as well. A rigid endoscope will be used to access the airway.
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