Dr. Amit Bhatt discusses the challenges of ESD and how the ProdiGITM Traction Wire system can provide an easy and efficient deploy.
"Patient with a history of gastric ectopic pancreas and epigastric pain. We illustrate the endoscopic submucosal dissection of the ectopic pancreas using a new traction device, the ProdiGi traction wire. Using this device, we were able to resect the lesion en bloc with no adverse events."
Authors: Masami Omae et al. Publisher: Elsevier
The ProdiGI™ traction wire has been purpose-built for ease-of-use — to deliver uninterrupted visualization of the dissection plane — bringing clarity and confidence to your ESD procedures.1 It allows you to hold tissue during dissection procedures and expose the dissection plane.
In an ex-vivo study comparing against conventional ESD, ProdiGI™ traction wire:
The Medtronic ProdiGI™ traction wire is indicated to grasp tissue within the gastrointestinal tract during an endoscopic submucosal dissection procedure.
The Detect, Resect, Protect concept follows the patient pathways from detection with the artificial intelligence system GI Genius™, to resection with the ProdiGI™ ESD product portfolio and to bleeding prevention with Nexpowder™*, a new endoscopic, topical powder.
The Medtronic GI learning offering is a well-established programme delivered by leading faculties from various European hospitals.
Delegates will undergo a combination of teaching and learning methods, including online training, lectures, and peer-to-peer discussions.
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1. RE00221182 (A) ProdiGI™ Traction Wire Design Validation Report.