Elastic and transparent retrieval cap.


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Use of the remOVE SecureCap

The remOVE SecureCap allows safe extraction of the clip fragments and ingested foreign objects in the digestive tract.

The remOVE SecureCap

The remOVE SecureCap is an elastic and transparent retrieval cap. It is available in two versions

  • remOVE SecureCap 12 (for the upper gastrointestinal tract)
  • remOVE SecureCap 14 (for the lower gastrointestinal tract)

The remOVE SecureCap is part of the remOVE DC Cutter and of the remOVE FBR Set.

Dimensions and specifications

remOVE SecureCap 12 remOVE SecureCap 14
Suitable for endoscope diameter [a] 9.5 – 12 mm 12 – 14 mm
Max. outer diameter [b] 16.9 mm 17.0 mm
Internal chamber of the cap [c] 19.5 mm 19.9 mm
Items per package 1 1
Reference number of the remOVE DC Cutter Set remOVE DC Cutter Set 12: 400.02.01 (incl. remOVE DC Cutter, remOVE SecureCap 12, remOVE Grasper and remOVE Shield);
remOVE FBR Set:

400.05 (incl. remOVE SecureCap 12 und remOVE Grasper)
remOVE DC Cutter Set 14:

400.02.02 (incl. remOVE DC Cutter, remOVE SecureCap 14, remOVE Grasper and remOVE Shield)

Application of the remOVE SecureCap

Step 1: The remOVE SecureCap is mounted onto the endoscope tip

Step 2: The endoscope, with the fitted remOVE SecureCap, is guided by sight to the foreign body or clip fragment.

Step 3: The foreign body or the clip fragment is carefully drawn into the remOVE SecureCap and retrieved from the body. This method ensures that the remOVE Grasper securely holds the foreign body or the clip fragment in the remOVE SecureCap as the endoscope is retracted.

Example *:

Situation after endoscopic full-thickness resection with the FTRD® System in sigma. Clip removal for monitoring.

FTRD® clip in the sigmoid colon
remOVE DC Cutter is positioned at the clip bow
The clip bow is effectively cut
The clip is cut at a point opposite of the first cut
Extraction of a clip fragment by using the remOVE Grasper and the remOVE SecureCap
Extracted clip fragments

* Source: Prof. Dr. K. Caca und Dr. A. Schmidt, Klinikum Ludwigsburg, Dept. of Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology, Hämato-Oncology, Diabetes and Infectous Diseases, Germany


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