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Posted By: micro-tech-medical

Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2021

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The Micro-Tech endoscopy stent is a medical device that can expand on its own to make the affected part unobstructed, thereby optimizing patient care. There are different endoscopic plastic stents for different body parts, such as biliary stent, duodenal stent, segmented stent, esophageal stent, esophageal soft stent, esophageal reflux stent, anti-reflux esophageal stent, and rectal stent.

MICRO-TECH (Nanjing) Co., Ltd, is a professional gastroenterology products supplier, we provide ercp sems, ercp plastic stent, medical endoscopy and etc. Want to know more? please contact us.

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