Solutions for Gastroenterology | Halyard Health

Initial Feeding Tube Placement. Simply Redefined

 

HALYARD* MIC*, MIC-KEY* Introducer Kits contain everything you need for the direct endoscopic placement of our balloon-retained G, J and TJ feeding tubes. The kits feature unique tools - such as our Saf-T-Pexy* with T-fasteners and proprietary serial dilator - that allow for a single, minimally invasive procedure to initiate long-term nutritional support. This innovative method eliminates traditional PEG placement and removal to promote greater patient comfort.

Introducer Kit Delivers:

 

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  • Easy-access to the essential tools in one convenient kit
  • Reduces the need for recurrent procedures and replaces traditional PEG placement
  • Reduced stoma tract seeding through direct percutaneous placement of tube into the gastric lumen
  • Minimized trauma and enhanced patient comfort
  • Aiding in infection prevention with our resorbable sutures
  • Flexibility: MIC*, MIC-KEY* balloon-retained feeding tubes (12 Fr to 20 Fr)

 

Animated Demonstrations of HALYARD* MIC*, MIC-KEY* Introducer Kits

MIC* G INTRODUCER KIT – Endoscopic Placement

 

MIC-KEY* G INTRODUCER KIT – Endoscopic Placement

 

MIC* J/TJ INTRODUCER KIT – Endoscopic Placement

 

MIC-KEY* J/TJ INTRODUCER KIT – Endoscopic Placement

 

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