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Cook Medical Cantata Microcatheter | Which Medical Device

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Cantata Microcatheter

Cook Medical's Cantata Microcatheteris used in small vessel or superselective anatomy for diagnostic and interventional procedures, including peripheral and coronary use. The device is now available in a 2.9 Fr size that has a high-flow, .027 inch inner diameter (ID) and is designed for access...

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Asahi Intecc Corsair Micro Catheter | Which Medical Device

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Corsair Micro Catheter

According to the manufacturer, the Corsair is a hybrid catheter designed for crossing tortuous microchannels and easing the approach to complex lesions.  We have found it useful due to its tapered tip which helps to cross CTOs.

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Micrus Endovascular Courier ENZO microcatheter | Used in Aneurysm coiling, AV fistula occlusion, AV malformation occlusion, Embolisation | Which Medical Device
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Courier ENZO microcatheter

The EBZO is a neurovascular microcatheter.   Apparently, a deflectable tip allows in vivo control of the tip shape via the device's hub. The tip can be deflected up to 90 degrees (from straight) in opposing directions. According to the manufacturer, this permits a greater level of...

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Boston Scientific Direxion | Which Medical Device

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Direxion

The Direxion nitinol microcatheter offers four different tip configurations which are designed to assist vessel access: straight, swan, J and bern shaped. The device is available with 1 or 2 Radiopaque Markers, 3 different types of wires and and options of 0.022″/0.53mm and...

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EV3 Echelon microcatheter | Used in Aneurysm coiling, Aneurysm occlusion, Embolisation | Which Medical Device

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Echelon microcatheter

  • Added Jun 9, 2013
  • Manufactured by EV3

These are claimed to have good pushability and trackability. They have a nitinol braded design with varying degrees of flexibility along the shaft. They have either a 45 degree or 90 degree tip angle and are said to have a relativey large internal diameter. They accept a 0.014 inch guidewire...

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