Choosing the right through-the-scope clip: a rigorous comparison of rotatability, whip, open/close precision, and closure strength (with videos).

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Summary of "Choosing the right through-the-scope clip: a rigorous comparison of rotatability, whip, open/close precision, and closure strength (with videos)."

Many new through-the-scope (TTS) clips are available, and physicians often select clips based on physical characteristics and/or cost However, functional profiles may be equally important and have not been methodically assessed. We evaluated 5 commercially available clips: Resolution 360, Instinct, Quick Clip Pro, Dura Clip, and SureClip.


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Name: Gastrointestinal endoscopy
ISSN: 1097-6779


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