Post-operative stenoses may spoil successful recanalization of the lacrimal duct. A silicone space retainer (Lacrimal Duct Stent) prevents this, but placing a stent inside the narrow lacrimal duct can be difficult. The bess|rhino TKS Lacrimal Duct Stent with integrated probes facilitates the placement of the Lacrimal Duct Stent into the lacrimal duct.
- Two probes for access through the lower and upper lacrimal point
- Flexible yet stable probes
- No bulging in the place the silicone stent is fixed to the probe
- Gold-plated metal probes for maximum biocompatibility
- One size fits all
The Lacrimal Duct Stent comes with a separate Lacrimal Sac Stent. It fixes the ends of the silicone Lacrimal Duct Stent and protects the bone fenestration (created in the course of dacryocystorhinostomy according to WEST) from closure by granulation tissue. The ends of the silicone Lacrimal Duct Stent are inserted into the Lacrimal Sac Stent by means of a special Inserter Instrument.
After placement, the Lacrimal Sac Stent is secured against displacement by a clip. Parts of the Lacrimal Duct Stent jutting over into the nasal meatus can be shortened with scissors.
- Individually packed, sterile
|REF||Description||Items per box (pcs)|
|BM 42 1000||Lacrimal Duct Stent
(comes with 1 Lacrimal Sac Stent)
|BM 42 1001||Lacrimal Sac Stent||5|
|BM 42 1009||Inserter Instrument||1|