Laryngeal Anterior Commissure Stent

The LACS (Laryngeal Anterior Commissure Stent) is a silicone stent for the treatment and prevention of glottic synechia (anterior glottic stenosis).

Laryngeal Anterior Commissure Stent

The LACS (Laryngeal Anterior Commissure Stent) is a silicone stent for the treatment and prevention of glottic synechia (anterior glottic stenosis).

The LACS (Laryngeal Anterior Commissure Stent) is a silicone stent for the treatment and prevention of glottic synechia (anterior glottic stenosis). The stent is placed endoscopically into the anterior commissure of the larynx, thereby reducing contact between the vocal cords during the postoperative phase.

The LACS may be trimmed intraoperatively for an optimal fit and features a tubular section for an anchor suture. The device is supplied with 3.5 M (0 USP) non-absorbable nylon monofilament suture material pre-inserted in the tubular section and a silicone suture button for skin protection.

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