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Product Code: AF-D2423JZR-09 / 9.00

Opening Width (mm)
  • 5-6 Weeks Extended Delivery
  • Box of 5
  • Sterile
  • Latex Free
  • All Endoscopes
  • 9.00mm Opening Width
  • 2.80mm WCD
  • 2300mm Working Length
  • Colonoscopy

Our sterile, single-use haemoclips are used to prevent bleeding in the GI tract during colonoscopy. This is usually after a polyp(s) has been removed from the colon or to treat a bleeding ulcer. Haemoclips are used to approximate two sides of a blood vessel to immediately, and securely occlude and arrest bleeding. Disposable haemoclips can be placed in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract for:

  1. Endoscopic marking
  2. Hemostasis for:
    1. Mucosal/sub-mucosal defects < 3 cm
    2. Bleeding ulcers
    3. Arteries < 2 mm
    4. Polyps < 1.5 cm in diameter
    5. Diverticula in the colon

These haemoclips benefit from the ability to rotate 360° in different directions. They have a short tail for safer and easier release. Their large opening design meets clinical treatment needs.

Please note that this product is MRI conditional.

Order Direct

Order directly from Omnimed for benefits including prior quotations, dedicated sales support, and product demos. Please provide an official purchase order number, delivery address, and contact details for your direct orders. If you have NHS purchase orders, kindly send them to from your NHS email account.

Order direct with code AF-D2423JZR-09

National Frameworks Agreements

We are proud to work with the NHS. Many of our products are available via the NHS Supply Chain (England), HSC Business Services Organisation (Northern Ireland), NHSS National Procurement (Scotland), and GIG Cymru/NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership (Wales).

Order Haemoclips via the NHSSC with the code:  FAL21601

Eco Bundle and Green Credentials

We take pride in our eco-friendly initiatives as we progress towards our Green Endoscopy mission.

This product is available as part of an Eco Bundle. These bundles are more time-efficient for purchasing, more environmentally friendly in terms of shipping and much more cost-effective as you are only paying for one set of shipping fees. Contact us to order your Eco Bundle today!

Haemoclips also benefits from the following eco-credentials:

  • Shipped in an Enviro-Box
  • Delivered by sustainability award-winning courier, DPD

Electronic Instructions for Use

In line with our dedication to ISO standards and a paperless office environment, and measures to support environmental sustainability, we have made the eIFU available for download.

Download the eIFU for Haemoclips

Electronic Safety Data Sheet

There is no SDS available for this product at this time.

ISO Accreditation & Product Feedback Survey

Omnimed complies with the requirements of ISO 13485:2016 [Medical devices | Quality management systems | Requirements for regulatory purposes]. It specifies requirements for a quality management system where an organisation needs to demonstrate its ability to provide medical devices and related services that consistently meet customer and applicable regulatory requirements. Such organisations can be involved in one or more stages of the life cycle, including design and development, production, storage and distribution, installation, or servicing of a medical device, and design and development or provision of associated activities

As part of our continuous commitment to quality and our ISO accreditation, we value our customers' feedback. We kindly ask that you take a moment to complete our product experience and evaluation surveys to help us continually improve our products and services. We greatly appreciate your participation.

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Frequently asked questions

About Haemoclips

What are haemoclips?

Haemoclips areused for the purpose of ligating blood vessels to reduce blood loss.

How long to haemoclips stay in?

Haemoclips usually remain in place for a few weeks, after which they will generally pass in a patient's stool. They will be very small so patient's are unlikely to notice them when passed.

Are haemoclips MRI conditional?

Yes, this product is MRI conditional.

Do haemoclips eventuallly need to be removed from a patient?

No - they usually only remain in place for a few weeks before being passed in a patient's stool.