Particularly in the area of interventional bronchoscopy, where work is carried out conditions with very narrow lumens, every usable centimeter is helpful. Exophytic tumors often seal off the main bronchi. In such a clinical picture, the experienced bronchoscopist carefully weighs the choice of tissue ablation.
Alongside the existing methods of endobronchial ablation, these resections can be performed effortlessly with the new Shaver Blades.
The endobronchial Shaver Blades are different versions of rotary knives that are connected to the Micro-Stick S1 shaver handpiece.
The suction function integrated in the handpiece suctions up the tissue to be ablated at the distal end of the blade and this tissue is then removed when the PowerDrive Generator is activated.
The so-called "Remover" is another highlight. The Remover functions like a kind of "conveyor belt" with which viscous secretion can be easily removed.
The complete set is rounded off with a bipolar suction device for hemostasis. Shaver Blades, Remover and the bipolar suction device are specially matched to our TEXAS bronchoscope.
Naturally, these components can also be used with conventional, rigid bronchoscopes.
- Extra sharp cutting surfaces, serrated or smooth
- Curved upward at the distal end – for a better view of the shaver tip in the endoscopic image
- Rotatable by 360°
- Special coating of the inner blade that improves gliding properties
- World innovation – Secretion Remover for removing thick, viscous secretion or blood coagulum
- Bipolar suction device – simultaneous suction and coagulation
- CO2 channel for the tracheal scope tubes
- Low-weight shaver handpiece
- Time-saving, precise removal
with double serrated cutting window, curved upward distally
This blade offers optimum ablation opportunities with the separation on the inner and outer sheath. It allows very large areas to be quickly resected.
with smooth cutting window, turned up at the distal end
The non-serrated, smooth cutting window makes this blade particularly well-suited for tissue-saving, delicate, and pinpoint applications.