BIS

Covered Biliary Stent

  • Self-expandable
  • Large Caliber
  • Fully Covered
  •  With or Without Anchor Options
ALLİUM BİS – BİLİYER STENT

Advantages:

  • For chronic bile duct strictures
  •  It offers a lifetime of 1 to 3 years.
  •  Thanks to the unique CoPolymer coating, it prevents tissue in-growth as well as reduces stone formation and calcification.
  •  High flexibility – Provides minimal irritation and patient comfort thanks to its pressure resistant and flexible body.
  •  With its special Antireflux geometry, it allows long term intraluminal flow.
  •  Intended for a long indwelling period and can eliminate the need for recurrent procedures.
  •  It can be placed ENDOSCOPICALLY (ERCP) or TRANS-HEPATICALLY (PTC)
  •  Stents with anchor eliminate sphincterotomy.
  •  Easy removal – Thanks to its spiral structure, stent can be removed with the help of foreign body forceps without traumatizing it.

Indications:

Infiltrative changes of the bile ducts causing irreversible cholestasis.
  • Cholangiocellular cancer
  • Gallbladder cancer
  • Gastric cancer
  •  Pancreatic cancer
ALLİUM BİS – BİLİYER STENT

Infiltrative changes of the bile ducts causing irreversible cholestasis.

Combination of Allium Biliary Stent in Bile Duct and Plastic Stent in Pancreatic Duct

ALLİUM BİS – BİLİYER STENT RÖNTGEN GÖRÜNTÜSÜ
ALLİUM BİS – BİLİYER STENT RÖNTGEN GÖRÜNTÜSÜ

Follow-up imaging with 3-D CT before insertion ALLIUM BILIARY STENT

ALLİUM BİS – BİLİYER STENT RÖNTGEN
ALLİUM BİS – BİLİYER STENT GÖRÜNTÜSÜ
BIS-UEGW BARCELONA 2020

ENDOSCOPIC TREATMENT OF BILIARY
COMPLICATIONS AFTER LIVER TRANSPLANTATION
USING ALLIUM® METALLIC STENT

C. Haapamäki, M. Udd, J. Halttunen*, O. Lindström, H. Mäkisalo, L. Kylänpää
Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Helsinki University Central Hospital, Helsinki, Finland

Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology. 2012; 47: 116–121
ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Endoscopic treatment of anastomotic biliary complications after liver
transplantation using removable, covered, self-expandable metallic
stents

CAROLA HAAPAMÄKI, MARIANNE UDD, JORMA HALTTUNEN, OUTI LINDSTRÖM,
HEIKKI MÄKISALO & LEENA KYLÄNPÄÄ

Department of Gastrointestinal Surgery, Helsinki University Central Hospital, Helsinki, Finland