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Introducing a slimmer ERCP solution

The recently launched PENTAX Medical Slim DEC™ Duodenoscope (ED32-i10; OE-A65) serves paediatric patients and adults with narrow anatomies. It also delivers consistent therapeutic performance, while ensuring a reduced risk of cross-contamination and outstanding visualisation.

Consistent therapeutic performance

A consistent therapeutic performance is supported by a combination of a narrow insertion tube and a narrow rigid distal width, while maintaining a working channel suitably sized to support the delivery of therapeutic intervention.

Reduced risk of cross-contamination

The elevator area of a duodenoscope is one of the most difficult components to clean. The development of the disposable elevator cap (DEC™) design makes hygiene in this area a lot easier by integrating the elevator into the disposable distal end cap of the duodenoscope. As a result, the DEC ensures a reduced risk of cross-contamination through better surface access for cleaning of the distal end, without compromising the therapeutic performance.

Outstanding visualisation

The Slim DEC™ Duodenoscope delivers outstanding visualisation supported by a combination of HD imaging, a 15° retroflexed view, and a more flexible insertion tube for proper positioning to cannulate during ERCP in narrow anatomies.

Learn more about this innovative solution on PENTAX Medical’s website.

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