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Brushes, Cytology, Biliary Tract, Endoscopic

Definition : Cytology brushes designed to scrape and collect cells from the biliary and/or pancreatic tract through a standard cannula/sphincterotome or the working channel of a choledochoscope or duodenoscope. These brushes usually consist of a cluster of bristles attached to a wire, possibly surrounded by a plastic sleeve, that runs back to a handle for external brush manipulation. The characteristics of endoscopic biliary brushes, including diameter and length, should match one or more models of endoscopes; these brushes may be intended for reuse or, more frequently, for single use.

Entry Terms : "Biliary Tract Cytology Brushes, Endoscopic" , "Pancreatic Tract Cytology Brushes, Endoscopic" , "Biliary Tract Biopsy Brushes, Endoscopic"

UMDC code : 21103

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Boston Scientific Corp

Company Type: Parent

In 1969, fascinated by the possibility of bringing pioneering medical devices and treatments to patients across the world, John Abele joined Medi-Tech, a company that was developing alternatives to traditional surgery. Pete Nicholas was looking for an investment, and when he met John, the pieces came together.

ENDOBasic Inc

Company Type: Parent

Halyard Health

Company Type: Parent

US Endoscopy

Company Type: Parent

US Endoscopy will be the most prolific designer and supplier of urgently needed, niche diagnostic, therapeutic, and support accessories used in the GI Endoscopy and Urology markets. We will be known as the physician's problem-solver, and our customers will value and seek our simple solutions to their difficult clinical problems.

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