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CliP for easy attachment on the long process of the incus. Standardized coupling is aligned with the acoustic signal transmission.
Contact free zones laterally and medially in the direction of the acoustic signal preserve vascular supply and may reduce risk of necrosis.

CLIP PISTON ÀWENGEN STAPES PROSTHESIS

PIONEER AMONG THE CLIP STAPES PROSTHESES

  • First KURZ stapes CliP prosthesis with more than 15 years history of clinical usage
  • Self-retaining
  • Standardized coupling
  • Pure titanium
  • Crimp-free coupling
  • Rounded distal end of the prosthesis
  • Rounded between the piston segment and the loop area
  • Fixed length availability
  • Distal end diameter 0.4 and 0.6 mm
  • Piston surgical technique
  • MR conditional for the future: 7.0 Tesla

Product Information

PIONEER AMONG THE CLIP STAPES PROSTHESES

The CliP Piston àWengen is a titanium stapes prosthesis with a CliP that standardizes the attachment to the incus. The prosthesis is coupled medially and laterally, therefore minimizing the risk of unintentional movements in the direction of the inner ear.

Open zones help facilitate vascular supply to the mucosa.  Even at high frequencies, titanium is an advantageous prosthetic material due to its low mass, exceptional acoustic transmission properties and biocompatibility.

Benefits

  • Standardized insertion procedure
  • Optimized signal transmission
  • Vascular supply preserved
  • Reduced risk of pressure necrosis

Ordering Information

Ordering Information - ∅ 0.4 mm

LENGTH L(mm)

∅ 0.4 mm

REF
3.50 1006 803
3.75 1006 804
4.00 1006 805
4.25 1006 806
4.50 1006 807
4.75 1006 808
5.00 1006 809
5.50 1006 811

Material: Pure Titanium (ASTM F67 Medical Grade)

Band Loop width: 0.25 mm

Ordering Information - ∅ 0.6 mm

LENGTH L(mm)

∅ 0.6 mm

REF
3.50 1006 853
3.75 1006 854
4.00 1006 855
4.25 1006 856
4.50 1006 857
4.75 1006 858
5.00 1006 859
5.50 1006 861

Material: Pure Titanium (ASTM F67 Medical Grade)

Band Loop width: 0.25 mm

Prescription Devices Caution:

United States Federal Law restricts devices identified herein to sale by or on the order of a physician.
These pages do not replace nor do they set forth the complete contents of the “In­structions for Use” for the products shown here, and are not substitute for reviewing and understanding that important information. Therefore, before using any products included here, please review the entire contents of the respective “Instructions for Use” information.
Because of registration the product is currently not available in all countries.

Literature

Diagnostic Findings in Stapes Revision Surgery - A Retrospective of 26 Years

Schimanski G., Schimanski E., Berthold M.R.

Published: Otology & Neurotology: April 2011 - Volume 32(3): 373-383

 

First Experience With a New Titanium Clip Stapes Prosthesis and a Comparison With the Earlier Model Used in Stapes Surgery

Hornung J. A., Brase C., Bozzato A., Zenk J., Iro H.

Published: Laryngoscope, 2009 Dec;119(12):2421-7

 

CO2 laser-assisted stapedotomy combined with à Wengen
titanium clip stapes prosthesis: superior short-term results

Forton G. E. J., Wuyts J., Floris L., Delsupehe K. G.,
Verfaillie J., Loncke R.

Published: Otology & Neurotology: December 2009; 30(8):1071-8

Literature

Development of a new CliP prosthesis for the Stapes.
Middle Ear Mechanics in Research and Otology

Schimanski G., Steinhardt U., Eiber A.

Published: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium. Zurich, Switzerland, 27 - 30 July 2006. Middle Ear Mechanics in Research and Otology: pp. 237-245.

 

First Experience with a New Stapes Clip Piston in Stapedotomy

Grolman W., Tange R. A. 

Published: Otology & Neurotology 2005 July; 26(4):595-8

 

No more crimping: the new clip piston à Wengen.
Visiting Professor at HNO-University Hospital Basel, Switzerland

à Wengen D.

Published: 24th Politzer Meeting 31 August – 4 September 2003, Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Selected Abstracts