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Vet Laryngeal Tracheal Bronchial Stent

Code: VST

This stent is the classic and straight stent for tracheal or bronchial affections. It has a tubular structure, with flat surface anchoring studs on its outer wall to prevent stent migration.


Vet Thin Wall stent

Code: VHE

It consists on a straight tracheal or bronchial stent with a thinner wall. This docility makes its implant and removal easier.

It has a special utility after the neoplastic and endotracheal tissue’s resection, when the affection lacks of a compressive component.

Vet Glottic stent

Code: VSG

The Vet Glottic stent has a 8 mm section on one of its edges where its wall’s thickness is reduced. Throughout this section, its normal wall, of 1.5 mm, reduces its thickness gradually until it ends.

This wall’s thickness decreasing achieves, only on that edge, a surface of low resistance on the stent. It is meant to occupy the region close to the vocal chords. This design allows the stent deformation just in that edge during the laryngeal movements and the glottal dynamic during swallowing.

Vet Glottic stent

Vet High Pressure stent

Code: VSAP

With a more robust wall, this model is very resistant to max compression.

When any stent is put under a strength test that compresses it with loads that increase gradually, the stent’s paulatine deformation takes place until it reaches the cession point.

In the Vet High Pressure Stent the tolerance to compression increases surpassing the 2000 g/cm2.

Vet Connical stent


The Vet Connical Stent is a device designed to maintain the clearance of the airway in sufficient conditions for ventilation.

It has a conical elastic tubular structure, with special non-slip spurs arranged in several rows and distributed symmetrically along its surface.


Vet Laryngeal / Tracheal Stenosis

Code: VSET

This Vet Laryngeal / Tracheal stent is easy to implant and removal. It is especially suitable for the benign stenosis treatment.

With a «Hour-Glass shape», constitutes a profile that increase the difficulty of its spontaneous displacement after being introduced.