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Harrison Fetal Bladder Stent Set

Used in fetal urinary tract decompression following the diagnosis of fetal postvesicular obstructive uropathy in fetuses of 18 to 32 weeks gestational age.  

  • EchoTip® technology enhances the visualisation of the needle tip under ultrasound.  
  • Usable length between pigtails is 1.5-3.5 cm.  
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Instructions for Use (IFUs) linked below are the most current version associated with the product. To find an IFU associated with a specific Lot Number, please visit


Order Number Reference Part Number Instructions
for Use (IFU)
Guide Needle
Guide Needle
Wire Guide
More Info
G16766 J-HFBS-503540
N/A 13 18 .038/.97 Expand »
Additional Specs
Wire Guide Length cm
Multi-length Stent Fr/Diameter cm
Included Components
EchoTip® Trocar Needle (13 gage stainless steel 18 cm long)
Straight Safety Wire Guide (.038 inch [0.97 mm] diameter PTFE coated stainless steel 40 cm long)
Stent Positioner (5 Fr radiolucent vinyl 24 cm long)
Multi-Length Stent (5 Fr Sof-Flex® 1.5 to 3.5 cm long)

HUMANITARIAN DEVICE: Authorized by federal (U.S.A.) law for use in the treatment of fetal post-vesicular obstructive uropathy. The effectiveness of this device for this use has not been demonstrated.
CAUTION: Federal (U.S.A.) law restricts this device to sale, distribution and use by or on the order of a physician with appropriate training and experience.


Spec Sheet

Harrison Fetal Bladder Stent Set datasheet

RH-D42482-EN-F_M3_1527599381651.pdf »

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