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Medtronic FlexCath Steerable Sheath | Used in AF Ablation | Which Medical Device

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FlexCath Steerable Sheath

  • Added Aug 21, 2010
  • Manufactured by Medtronic

The FlexCath Steerable Sheath helps deliver and position the Medtronic Artic Front cryocatheter in the left atrium and features uni-directional deflection (135 degrees maximum), 5 cm reach at 90 degrees deflection and 65 cm usable length (80 cm with handle).  

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Terumo Radifocus Introducer II M Coat Hydrophilic Radial Access Introducer kit | Which Medical Device
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Radifocus Introducer II M Coat Hydrophilic Radial Access Introducer kit

  • Added Sep 9, 2009
  • Manufactured by Terumo

Terumo’s M Coat sheath offers smoother insertion and removal and minimizes the problem of spasm, making it ideal for routine TRI procedures. Retrieving the M Coat sheath from the radial artery requires only half the force compared to conventional uncoated sheaths. This helps minimizing...

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Spectranetics SLS II Excimer Laser Sheath | Used in Lead extraction | Which Medical Device

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SLS II Excimer Laser Sheath

The laser sheath is intended for use as an adjunct to conventional lead extraction tools in patients suitable for transvenous removal of chronically implanted pacing or defibrillator leads constructed with silicone or polyurethane outer insulation. A ring of laser energy ablates binding tissue...

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