Sur-Catch NT - No Tip Nitinol Baskets

Stone Retrieval

Sur-Catch NT - No Tip Nitinol Baskets

Olympus Sur-Catch® NT- No Tip Nitinol Baskets are uniquely designed to provide superior control and facilitate easy stone capture. The no tip design with round nitinol wires minimize tissue trauma during use in restricted spaces and a multi-sizing basket and side hole eliminates the need for multiple sizes.

Key Benefits

  • Minimal tissue trauma: The no tip design with round nitinol wires minimize tissue trauma during use in restricted spaces.
  • Multi-sizing basket: The basket and side hole size can be continuously adjusted, eliminating the need for multiple basket sizes. 
  • Radial strength: Cross-paired wire construction provides radial strength for manipulation in restricted anatomy.
  • Proximal wire scoops: The scoops draw stones into the basket when the basket is dragged past.
  • Distal wire bridge: A distal bridge enables closer stone proximity for easier capture and facilitates stone release for repositioning.
  • Lubricious sheath: A slippery, reinforced sheath with a distal flex segment enables easy device passage, full scope deflection, and controlled torque response.

Product Support

Olympus retrieval products deliver precise control and versatile performance, helping to simplify stone removal while minimizing patient trauma, reducing procedure times, and improving patient outcomes. The broad array of Olympus retrieval products are designed to meet the unique challenges presented by each patient and each case. Olympus retrieval products include: Sur-Catch® Cross Paired Wire Baskets, Sur-Catch® NT No Tip Nitinol Baskets, SurLok™ Flat-Wire Stone Baskets, and SurLok™ Stone Grasping Forceps. For detailed specification or to determine the appropriate device for your needs, please contact customer service for assistance.

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