Transcatheter Retrieval of a Foreign Body
The Nitinol Gooseneck snare system is commonly used in the retrieval of retained foreign bodies in various patients. Foreign bodies can be located in the vascular system, the urinary tract, the biliary system, the gastrointestinal tract and the peritoneal space. Retrievals are usually performed with use of standard angiographic/interventional techniques. This method has a high success rate. All procedures are performed quickly, safely and without difficulty.