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Publications

The following is a partial listing of some recent publications of clincial and scientific research performed using the patented Accordion and CoAx stone management catheters:


Published Papers

Suh LK, et al.  Intrarenal pressure generated during deployment of various antiretropulsion devices in an ex vivo porcine model.  J Endourol 2010; 24(7): 1165-1168.

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Olbert PJ, et al.  Efficacy and safety of the Accordion stone-trapping device: in vitro results from an artificial ureterolithotripsy model.  Urol Res 2010; 38(1): 41-46.

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Wosnitzer M, K Xavier, M Gupta. Novel use of a ureteroscopic stone entrapment device to prevent  antegrade stone migration during percutaneous nephrolithotomy. J Endourol 2009; 23(2):203-208.

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Vejdani K, BH Eisner, W Pengune, ML Stoller.  Effect of laser insult on devices used to prevent stone retropulsion during ureteroscopic lithotripsy. J Endourol 2009; 23(2): 249-251.

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Olbert P, J Rassweiler, R Hofmann.  The Accordion stone trapping device: first experimental data and preliminary clinical experience.  Eur Urol Today 2009; 21(2): 23.

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Eisner BH, W Pengune, ML Stoller.  Use of an antiretropulsion device to prevent stone retropulsion significantly increases the efficiency of pneumatic lithotripsy:  an in vitro study.  Br J Urol Int 2009; 104(6): 858-861.

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Ahmed M, RN Pedro, S Kieley, JW Akornor, WK Durfee, M Monga.  Systematic evaluation of ureteral occlusion devices: insertion, deployment, stone migration, and extraction.  J Urol 2009; 73: 976-980.

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Presentations at Professional Meetings

DiTrolio JV, D Winston.  Adapting the PercSys Accordion device for ureteral stent placement with local anesthesia and minimal endoscopy.  Poster presentation at the 28th World Congress of Endourology, August 2010.

Wosnitzer, M, et al.  Efficacy of novel coaxial occlusion device to prevent stone migration during percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL).  J Urol 2010; 183(4 Suppl): 822-823.

Suh LK, et al.  Intrarenal pressures generated during deployment of various antiretropulsion devices in an ex vivo porcine model.  Poster presentation at the 25th annual meeting of the Engineering and Urology Society, May 2010.

Mitre AI, et al.  Uso do Accordion para evitar migracção retrógrade de fragmentos de cálculos urinários em

ureterolithotripsia transureteroscópica.  Podium presentation at the 32nd Congresso Brasileiro de Urologia, November 2009.

Di Trolio JV, et al.  Creation of a fluid chamber with the Accordion device increases fragmentation during ureteral ESWL: in vitro and ex vivo results.  J Endourol 2009; 23(Suppl 1): A165-A166.

David   RD.  Can the Accordion stone device assist in upper ureteral ESWL? Pilot clinical experience with a novel use of the device.  J Endourol 2009; 23(Suppl 1): A166.

Rothberg MB, LK Suh, M Gupta.  Ability of antiretropulsion devices to prevent intrarenal pressure rise in ex vivo porcine model.  J Endourol 2009; 23(Suppl 1): A170.

Poh BK, LM Jonat, D Lange, B Chew.  The capability of antiretropulsion devices to redirect fluid irrigation during ureteroscopy.  J Endourol 2009; 23(Suppl 1): A169-A170.

Poh BK, LM Jonat, D Lange, B Chew.  Changes in renal pressure with ureteral catheters and antiretropulsion devices during percutaneous nephrolithotomy.  J Endourol 2009; 23(Suppl 1): A44.

Jonat LM, et al.  Anti-retropulsion devices increase stone fragmentation efficiency with holmium:YAG laser lithotripsy.  J Endourol 2009; 23(Suppl 1): A345.

Mitre AI, et al.  The Accordion device for avoiding ureteral retrograde stone migration: initial Brazilian experience.  J Endourol 2009; 23(Suppl 1): A83.

Gupta M, M Rothberg, M Wosnitzer.  Novel use of a coaxial film-based occlusion device for optimal access during percutaneous nephrolithotomy. J Endourol 2009; 23(Suppl 1): A158.

Gupta M, M Rothberg, M Wosnitzer.  Efficacy of novel coaxial occlusion device to prevent stone migration during percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL). J Endourol 2009; 23(Suppl 1): A48.

Olweny O, B Eisner, M Stoller.  Cost-effectiveness of anti-retropulsion devices for ureteroscopic pneumatic lithotripsy.  J Endourol 2009; 23(Suppl 1): A121.

Jonat LM, et al.  Anti-retropulsion devices increase stone fragmentation efficiency with holmium:YAG laser lithotripsy. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of Canadian Urology Association, June 2009.

Tarin TV, R Shinghal.  Ureteral anti-retropulsion devices decrease renal pelvic pressure. J Urol 2009; 181 (4, Suppl): 661-662.

Di Trolio JV, et al.  Increased ESWL fragmentation of stones with the use of the Accordion device: in vitro and ex vivo results. J Endourol 2009; 23(6): 1042-1043.

Eisner BH, W Pengune, ML Stoller.  Use of a novel antiretropulsion device reduces stone fragment migration and significantly increases the efficiency of pneumatic lithortripsy: an in vitro study. J Endourol 2009; 23(6): 1061.

Jonat LM, et al.  Anti-retropulsion devices increase stone fragmentation efficiency with holmium:YAG laser lithotripsy. J Endourol 2009; 23(6): 1068.

Wosnitzer M, K Xavier, M Gupta.  Novel use of a ureteroscopic stone entrapment device to prevent antegrade stone migration during percutaneous nephrolithotomy.  J Endourol 2008; 22 (Suppl 1): A66-A67.

Eisner BH, MV Meng, ML Stoller.  Changes in ureteral diameter in an ex vivo porcine model during ureteroscopy while using the Accordion ureteral occlusion device.  J Endourol 2008; 22 (Suppl 2): 174-175.

Pagnani CJ, M El Akkad, DH Bagley.  The Accordion device for ureteral occlusion prevents retrograde stone migration. J Endourol 2008; 22 (Suppl 2):89.

Bhalla RS, et al.  Accordion stone device improves stone fragmentation during extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy in a porcine ureter. J Endourol 2008; 22(11):2608.

Shinghal R, T Tarin.  Ureteral anti-retropulsion devices reduce renal intrapelvic pressure in an ex vivo ureteroscopy model.  Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Western Section of the American Urological Association, October 2008.

Vejdani, K, A Berger, M Stoller.  Function of the Accordion Stone Management device to deter proximal stone migration is unaffected by Ho:YAG laser.  J Endourol 2007; 21 (Suppl 1): A15.

Adam C. Maximum force generated to retract three stone-trapping devices around a stone in a ureter model with a stricture. J Endourol 2007; 21 (Suppl 1): A3.

Weber J, et al.  Limiting stone retropulsion during pneumatic lithotripsy with a novel ureter occluding device. J Endourol 2007; 21 (Suppl 1): A2-A3.

Ditrolio JV, R Bhalla.  Limiting retropulsion during laser lithotripsy with a novel ureteral occluding device.

J Endourol 2007; 21 (Suppl 1): A285.

Chew BH, et al.  The Accordion: a new device to prevent stone migration during ureteroscopic lithotripsy.

J Endourol 2007; 21 (Suppl 1): A108.

Adam, C et al.  Maximum force required to disengage three novel stone-trapping devices from a stone in a ureter model with a stricture.  Eur Urol 2007; 6 (2, Suppl): 267.


 

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