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Pyelostent® Ureteral Stent

Pyelostent® is a specialty silicone ureteral stent used for drainage of upper urinary tract and ureter healing during management of localized stenosis of ureteropelvic junction. Pyelostent® is constructed of biocompatible silicone which has demonstrated greater patient comfort compared to alternative materials1. Pyelostent® may be used for an indwell of up to 12 months and is packaged with a steerable pusher for accurate stent placement.

Quick Look

Reinforced and long-term implantation

  • 8 Fr body widens to 12 Fr in the renal pelvis section
  • Silicone material for long term implantation (up to 12 months)

Enhanced patient comfort

  • Comprised of soft, smooth silicone material which has demonstrated greater patient comfort compared to competitor stents1
  • Shape memory loop to reduce the risk of migration

Ease of placement and withdrawal

  • Inserted and removed like a traditional double-loop stent
  • Graduation markings to confirm placement


  1. El-Nahas et al, Self-Retaining Ureteral Stents: Analysis of Factors Responsible for Patients’ Discomfort. J or Endourology.  Jan 2006, 20(1):33-7.

Ordering Information

Pyelostent® Specialty Ureteral Stent
Item Diameter (Fr) Length (cm) Sales UOM EA / Sales UOM
AJ4Y84 8/12 26 Each 1 EA
AJ4Y85 8/12 28 Each 1 EA
AJ4Y86 8/12 30 Each 1 EA

Pyelostent Brief Statement

Drainage of the upper urinary tract over fistulas or ureteral obstacles. (e.g: periureteral tumour)
Cicatrisation stent

Untreated progressive infection of the upper urinary tract.

These devices may particularly contain traces of silicone resulting from the manufacturing process. The evaluation of the allergic background of a patient is the healthcare professional’s responsibility.

Warnings and Precautions
This type of kits must only be used by trained and experienced professionals.

Reuse of this single use product may create a potential risk to the user.

Potential Complications
The following events have been reported although their occurrence greatly depends on patients’ medical conditions: infection, encrustation, obstruction, rupture, migration, bladder irritation symptoms, pain, hematuria, erosion.

Some events may be related to this procedure, amongst which those related to the guidewire: ureteral perforation, or burns when in contact with an electrosurgical equipment.

The information provided is not comprehensive with regard to product risks. For a comprehensive listing of indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions, and adverse events refer to the product’s Instructions for Use. Alternatively, you may contact a Coloplast representative at 1-800-258-3476 and/or visit the company website at

Caution: Federal law (USA) restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
Minneapolis, MN

Ordering information

For ordering information, please call 800-258-3476.