XprESSTM ENT Dilation System
The XprESS ENT Dilation System delivers a unique combination of control, confidence and versatility, enabling premium physician and patient experience.
- Technical Specs
The seeker-based design of the XprESS device delivers the familiar control and tactile feel physicians rely on to access even the most tortuous nasal anatomy.
Precision brings success. Studies show physicians achieve a consistent, high technical success rate reaching and dilating targeted sinus ostia when using the XprESS device.1
Reshapeable tip can be adjusted to an infinite number of angles to meet the unique anatomical challenges of each patient.
Supplied bending tool delivers optimal angle ranges to access natural sinus ostia and avoid sensitive anatomy.
The slim profile and small ball tip of each XprESS device allows for smooth movement through tight nasal passages and easy endoscopic viewing of treatment.
The unique malleable tip of the XprESS device can be reshaped to treat the frontal, maxillary and sphenoid sinuses, as well as Eustachian tubes as appropriate.
XprESS is approved for balloon dilation to treat maxillary sinuses in patients (2+) as well as the frontal and sphenoid sinuses in patients (12+). In addition, ETD patients (18+) can also be treated.
With our easy-to-use devices, staff training takes minutes, not hours –in any preferred setting.
Not only is XprESS device clinically proven to provide safe, effective and durable outcomes, it is the ONLY balloon dilation technology to receive positive guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Medical Technologies Advisory Committee for the treatment of chronic sinusitis after medical treatment has failed.
The seeker-based design of the XprESS device delivers the familiar control and tactile feel physicians rely on.
With the XprESS devices, physicians can apply a combination of five methods to confidently confirm device placement.
- Direct visualization
- Tactile feel
- 1cm and 2cm depth markings
- Tip excursion
One finger advancer gently slides the balloon to device tip for treatment.
Inflation syringe requires only single depression to reliably achieve 12 atm of pressure and connects simply to inflation port on the XprESS device.
XprESSTM ENT Dilation System Technical Specifications
Broad range of balloon sizes allows physician to address special case patient needs
|Diameter of hypotube at 1cm||1.2mm|
|Suction comparable to||4.0 French|
|Compatible with CT Image Guidance||NA|
|Available standard balloon sizes||5 x 20mm
6 x 20mm
7 x 20mm
|Additional balloon sizes||5 x 8mm
6 x 8mm
|Integrated LED Light Fiber||Included|
|Intuitive inflation syringe||Included|
|Single Box Packaging||yes|
To order, please call 866-620-7615 or contact us.
|LPLF-105-l||XprESSTM LoProfile 5 mm x 20 mm|
|LPLF-106-l||XprESSTM LoProfile 6 mm x 20 mm|
|LPLF-107-l||XprESSTM LoProfile 7 mm x 20 mm|
|LPLF-205-l||XprESSTM LoProfile 5 mm x 8 mm|
|LPLF-206-l||XprESSTM LoProfile 6 mm x 8 mm|
XprESS device indications for use
To access and treat the maxillary ostia/ethmoid infundibula in patients 2 years and older, and frontal ostia/recesses and sphenoid sinus ostia in patients 12 years and older using a transnasal approach. The bony sinus outflow tracts are remodeled by balloon displacement of adjacent bone and paranasal sinus structures.
To dilate the cartilaginous portion of the Eustachian tube for treating persistent Eustachian tube dysfunction in patients 18 years and older using a transnasal approach.
Please see the Instructions for Use below for a complete listing of warnings, precautions and adverse events.
PathAssist Light Fiber and LED Light Fiber Indications for Use
To locate, illuminate within, and transilluminate across nasal and sinus structures. Please see Instructions For Use for a complete listing of warnings, precautions, and adverse events.