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Single-use ERCP Guidewire

Posted By: LeoMed

Date: Mon, 8 Aug 2022

Price: $5.00

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https://www.leomed-med.com/products/single-use-ercp-guidewire


Ercp guidewire is used for guiding the catheter or other devices to the digestive tract for interventional diagnostic and surgery endoscopic.


Features of Single-use ERCP Guidewire
Unique tip connection design, minimize the chance of tip dropping off.
Yellow and black coating, easy to observe movement.
Hydrophilic coating on front-end achieve good self-lubrication.
Nitinol material provides Kink resistant and flexibility.


What is ERCP Guidewire
ERCP guidewire is a must use accessory in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography treatment. A ERCP guidewire could realize selective cannulation and pass through the difficult stenosis in the bile and pancreatic ducts and assists accessory insertion and placement during various ERCP procedures. Most common used ERCP guidewire is with 5cm around soft tip, bicolored coating and nitinol inner core wire.


LeoMed,as a professional endoscopy accessories manufacturer, our industry related R&D ability, and stable supply chain ensure its commitment to the end users.
We provide many endoscopic guidewire types,such as 0.025 guidewire, guidewire 0.035,etc.



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