OTSC® Anchor

OTSC® application aid for better approximation of tissue especially when indurated To OTSC® Anchor
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Use of the OTSC® Anchor

The OTSC® Anchor can be used for better approximation of tissue especially when indurated (e.g. fistulae, chronic ulcer). It also facilitates targeting of lesions, e.g. in the treatment of hemorrhage, the OTSC® Anchor allows precise alignment between the target tissue and the applicator cap.

Dimensions and specifications

The OTSC® Anchor is available in two versions and lengths:

  • The OTSC® Anchor has a flexible shaft length of 165 cm
  • Der OTSC® The OTSC® Anchor 220 tt is 220 cm in length and especially for thin tissue
OTSC® AnchorOTSC® Anchor 220tt
Needle width12 mm9 mm
Stich depth4 mm2 – 2.5 mm
Length165 cm220 cm
Appropriate endoscopeworking channel diameter of minimum 2.8 mm to be used alone or 3.2 mm with the OTSC® System Set.working channel diameter of minimum 2.8 mm to be used alone or 3.2 mm with the OTSC® System Set.
Items per package11
Reference number200.10200.11

Application

Clinical procedure: Use of OTSC® Anchor as a guiding instrument

OTSC® Anchor positioning and tissue fixation; align the OTSC® cap to the lesion by pulling the Anchor and advancing the endoscope

Mobilize the tip of the OTSC® Anchor shaft into cap. Anchor spikes may remain external. Clip release

After clip application detach the OTSC® Anchor from the tissue.

Example*:

Closure of persistent PEG-fistula using the OTSC® Anchor

PEG-Fistel_mit-Rahmen

*Source: Dr. Thomas Kratt, Interventional Endoscopy, Klinik für Allgemeine, Viszeral- und Transplantationschirurgie, University Hospital Tuebingen, Germany

Example of application: Optimized fistula closure

Mucosal incision (circular; not too deep, because of perforation risk) around the fistula opening with the AqaNife (Ø ~ 15 mm)

Positioning of the clip in the incision line

Clip application and closure of the fistula

Example*:

 

*Source: Meining A. et al. (2015) Erfolgreicher Verschluss einer großen ösophago-bronchialen Fistel durch mukosale Inzision vor OTSC-Clip-Platzierung. Endoskopie heute. Doi: 10.1055/s-0035-1545049

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