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Types of ESD/EMR Equipment

Ligation Device
Ligation Device
LeoMed first innovative product, CE certtified and FDA 510K approved. Appears in several academic articles which posted during DDW and UEGW.
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Single-use Snare Probe
Single-use Snare Probe
Used for delivering argon gas and electrosurgical current to the operating site through a flexible endoscope, to be used for coagulation on the one hand and resection with a wire snare electrode on th...
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Polypectomy Snares (Hot)
Polypectomy Snares (Hot)
This device indicated for use endoscopically for the removal of polyps.
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Polypectomy Snares (Hot & Cold)
Polypectomy Snares (Hot & Cold)
This device is indicated for use endoscopically for the removal of polyps.
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Single-use Injection Therapy Needle Catheter
Single-use Injection Therapy Needle Catheter
Used for endoscopic submucosal injection and hemostasis.
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Single-use Injection Therapy Needle Catheter (Metal Tip)
Single-use Injection Therapy Needle Catheter (Metal Tip)
Used for endoscopic submucosal injection and hemostasis.
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Single-use Biopsy Forceps
Single-use Biopsy Forceps
Used for endoscopic tissue sampling from digestive tract and respiratory tract.
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Application of EMR/ESD Accessories

EMR devices include injection needle, polypectomy snares, and ligation device (if applicable) single-use snare probe could be used for emr/esd procedures, it also names all-in-one due to its hybird functions. Ligation device could assist polyp ligate, also used for purse-string-suture under endoscope.


FAQs of EMR/ESD Accessories
Q
What are EMR and ESD Endoscopy?
A

EMR ESD Difference: EMR stands for endoscopic mucosal resection, is an outpatient minimally invasive procedure for removing of cancerous or other abnormal lesions found in the digestive tract.

ESD stands for endoscopic submucosal dissection, is an outpatient minimally invasive procedure using endoscopy to remove deep tumors from gastrointestinal tract.


Q
EMR or ESD, how to determine?
A

EMR endoscopy procedure should be the first choice for the below situation:

  • superficial lesion in Barrett's esophagus;

  • small gastric lesion <10mm, IIa, difficult position for ESD;

  • duodenal lesion;

  • colorectal non-granular/non-depressed <20mm or granular lesion.

ESD device should be the top choice for:

  • squamous cell carcinoma (early) of the esophagus;

  • early gastric carcinoma;

  • colorectal (non-granular/depressed >20mm) lesion.


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