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Boston Scientific Berenstein Occlusion Balloon | Which Medical Device

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Berenstein Occlusion Balloon

This occlusion balloon is a compliant balloon that has a range from 8.5mm to 11.5mm depending on the volume injected into the balloon (0.2 to 0.55ml). This large lumen device will allow the passage of a microcatheter. The device is now available in a 6F size.

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Cook Medical Coda Balloon Catheter | Used in Aortic stenting, Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) | Which Medical Device

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3.5 Stars

Coda Balloon Catheter

The Coda Balloon Catheter from Cook Medical is designed for use in procedures intended to achieve temporary occlusion of large vessels, or expansion of vascular prostheses. It is commonly used for molding EVAR devices to form seal at the neck.

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Balt Extrusion Corail Plus Occlusion Balloon | Which Medical Device

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5 Stars

Corail Plus Occlusion Balloon

This device is a balloon-tipped guiding catheter designed for an occlusion test of the Carotid artery. Available in 6F and 8F, the distal balloon can perform a temporary occlusion and the large inner lumen allows an easy navigation for another catheter. The 6F version will expand from 5mm...

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Boston Scientific Equalizer Balloon Catheter | Used in Aortic stenting, Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) | Which Medical Device

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4 Stars

Equalizer Balloon Catheter

The Equalizer Balloon Catheter from Boston Scientific is indicated for use in vascular occlusion procedures. Key design features of the Equalizer Balloon Catheter device include Bi-lumen shaft design, highly radiopaque balloon markers and compliant latex balloon construction. It is commonly used...

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MicroVention Terumo Scepter C Compliant Occlusion Balloon Catheter | Which Medical Device

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5 Stars

Scepter C Compliant Occlusion Balloon Catheter

Which Medical Device of the Year 2012 Runner-Up: Interventional Radiology   Our nominator said, “Revolutionised the transarterial embolisation of AVM when use with ONYX.” We say, “An excellent innovative adjunct that increases the safety of...

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