STENT CONVERSION IN LESS THAN ONE MINUTE1

The ConvertX Nephroureteral Stent System is used for temporary internal drainage in patients with severe ureteral obstructions. Its unique technology provides a less invasive option by eliminating the need for a second interventional procedure these patients undergo traditionally.

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ONLY ONE PROCEDURE

Eliminates the need for a second invasive procedure

One Procedure - Resolve ConvertX
Simplifies Treatment - Resolve ConvertX

SIMPLIFIES PATIENT TREATMENT

Designed to reduce the procedural challenges for the patient

REDUCES EXPOSURE

Fewer procedures means less radiation exposure for patients, MDs, and staff

Reduces Exposure - Resolve ConvertX

STENT

In addition to revolutionizing the patient experience, the ConvertX Stent System offers the following benefits:

  • Treat patients with one procedure, not two
  • Reduce cost, time, and risk (please see Note #2 below)
  • Intuitive stent conversion
  • Multiple stent configurations
  • Available with both plastic and flexible stiffening cannulas

SECURE

Prevent migration of the ConvertX Stent System with one of the following innovative suture-free catheter securement devices:

  • The Revolution™ Catheter Securement Device leaves the insertion site visible for cleaning and monitoring. It includes a see-through cap for added protection when showering.
  • The StayFIX® Fixation Device is water resistant, allowing patients to shower without covering up the device. Its hydrocolloid material reduces skin irritation by absorbing fluid leaking from the insertion site.
Part NumberStent LengthFrench SizeReleasable Drainage Catheter Length
120081-10108.320cm
120081-12128.320cm
120081-14148.320cm
100081-20208.330cm
100081-22228.330cm
100081-24248.330cm
100081-26268.330cm
100081-28288.330cm
120010-101010.320cm
120010-121210.320cm
120010-141410.320cm
100010-202010.330cm
100010-222210.330cm
100010-242410.330cm
100010-262610.330cm
100010-282810.330cm

NOTES:

1 Data on file
2 Due to eliminating an interventional exchange procedure.