The EndoMAXX Fully-Covered Esophageal Stent is designed from years of clinical experience and feedback, and the EndoMAXX incorporates advanced features that help alleviate common adverse events associated with esophageal stenting.

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Learn More About the EndoMAXX® Esophageal Stent

Introducing the EndoMAXX Esophageal Stent

The EndoMAXX features a one-handed delivery system, facilitating accurate stent placement. Laser cut from a single Nitinol tube, which results in virtually no foreshortening or elongation, as is commonly found with woven stents.

Fully Covered Esophageal Stent Placement for Malignant Dysphagia – EndoMAXX Esophageal Stent

Presentation: 56-year-old man presented with a history of dysphagia and weight loss. A contrast-enhanced CT scan showed a large distal esophageal mass, consistent with a primary esophageal cancer.

EndoMAXX Deployment Across the Gastroesophageal Junction [In-Service]

A case review with Dr. Adler for a patient requiring an esophageal stent across the gastroesophageal junction. Dr. Adler also discusses considerations for esophageal stent placement across the GEJ.

  • The laser cut stent design provides for virtually no foreshortening nor elongation of the stent resulting in:
    • Increased deployment accuracy with no need to compensate for stent foreshortening
    • Reduction in stent movement “inch worming” as a result of the stent elongating and shortening from changes in compression force
  • The unique and proprietary design of the EndoMAXX allows for variations in radial force throughout the stent which reduces tissue irritation and damage while maintaining luminal patency
  • Both a proximal and distal metal suture provides a means for repositioning of the stent post placement and provide increased suture integrity.
  • Redesigned anti-migration struts provide increased mucosal wall contact and friction, while remaining fully covered.
  • Silicone covering helps decrease tissue ingrowth and stent degredation.