Esoflip® balloon catheters are indicated for use in a clinical setting for dilating the gastroesophageal (GE) junction of a patient with achalasia and to dilate esophageal strictures due to esophageal surgery, primary gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or radiation therapy.

Therapeutic Esophageal Intervention  

Esoflip® is an advanced balloon dilation technology, used during endoscopy, that transforms patient treatment of esophageal strictures without the need for fluoroscopy.

Esoflip® interfaces with the Endoflip® system to provide a comprehensive view of the esophagus to accurately measure stricture size before and after each stage of balloon dilation. This enables gastroenterologists to dilate patients in a controlled manner, raising the benchmark of patient care provided in dilation of esophageal strictures.

Product Details 

 Integrates with Endoflip® Technology
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Esoflip® Balloon Catheter Size Options
es-330-6-30mm

30 mm Balloon 

eso_20mm

20 mm Balloon 

 Esoflip® Benefits

  • Measures strictures at intermediate levels of dilation diameter
  • Ability to stop and evaluate before dilating further
  • Dilation is hands free, slow and controlled for clinician
  • Fluoroscopy not required, no radiation exposure to patients or staff
  • Effectively measures recoil after dilation
  • Easy to locate stricture
  • Ability to determine if balloon is moving during procedure

Esoflip® Applications 

Esoflip® is a balloon dilation therapy that assists gastroenterologists when dilating strictures in the esophagus and fibres in the gastroesophageal junction (GEJ). The Esoflip® balloon catheters, when used in conjunction with the Endoflip® system, displays an image of the inside of the esophagus on a touch screen monitor alongside measurement data. It removes the need for fluoroscopy and reduces the exposure of both healthcare professionals and patients to radiation.

Esoflip® balloon catheters are indicated for use with the Endoflip® imaging system when assessing patients with achalasia and dilating the gastroesophageal junction.

What is an esophageal stricture?

An esophageal stricture is a narrowing of the esophagus, the passageway from the throat to the stomach. Stomach acid, accidentally swallowed harsh chemicals, and other irritants may injure the esophageal lining, causing inflammation (esophagitis) and the formation of scar tissue.

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