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Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) Devices

Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography, also known as an ERCP medical procedure, is a technique that combines the use of fluoroscopy and endoscopy to examine the biliary and pancreatic ductal systems. ERCP procedures are common when additional testing is needed beyond non-invasive imaging or when the ducts are blocked, making them inaccessible for other endoscopy imaging procedures. STERIS understands that these procedures can be challenging and is proud to offer a portfolio of therapeutic tools that help address these difficult problems. Our line of ERCP procedure devices include the HISTOGUIDE™ Wire-Guided Forceps and INFINITY™ ERCP Sampling Device - an ideal pair to facilitate sampling in the biliary duct and our convenient medical device organizer and injection needles.

Histoguide wire-guided forceps
HISTOGUIDE™ Wire-Guided Forceps
  • Wire-guide facilitates access into the biliary duct
  • Standard-size biopsy forceps with serrated jaws effectively grab tissue
  • Spring loaded handle ensures the tissue sample is retained within endobiliary forceps
Infinity ERCP Sampling Devic
Infinity ERCP Sampling Device
  • Features stiffer bristles to help create a defect in the tissue and softer bristles to capture abraded material
  • Brush design includes spaces between bristles to help pack cells into the catheter during sampling of the bile duct
  • Provides a nitinol drive wire to allow for greater pushability and resistance to kinking
  • Compatible with long and short guidewires
Mio Medical Device Organizer
MIO™ Medical Device Organizer
  • With three clear pouches to house a variety of accessories, the MIO Organizer is ideal for storing devices and supplies that can inadvertently fall on the floor, get misplaced, tangled, or damaged during procedures
Boost Head Positioner
BOOST™ Head Positioner
  • The BOOST Head Positioner is designed to help stabilize a patient's head during ERCP, cradling it to enable easy access to the mouth for scope insertion and control throughout the procedure