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Abbott Vascular ABSORB Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold | Used in Coronary stenting, CTO Recanalisation | Which Medical Device

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ABSORB Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold

The ABSORB device is a bioresorbable scaffold designed to treat a patient's blocked vessel. Once the vessel can remain open without the extra support, ABSORB will slowly metabolise and be resorbed by the body. This device delivers everolimus, an anti-proliferative drug. ABSORB is...

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Cordis Johnson and Johnson OUTBACK LTD Re-Entry Catheter | Used in CTO Recanalisation | Which Medical Device

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OUTBACK LTD Re-Entry Catheter

The Cordis Outback Re-Entry Catheter is designed to get back into the true lumen at the reconstitution point to ensure optimal patient outcomes. This helps to reduce radiation exposure time on average re-entry takes only eight minutes .  

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Orbus Neich Scoreflex Scoring Balloon | Used in Angioplasty, CTO Recanalisation | Which Medical Device

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Scoreflex Scoring Balloon

According to the manufacturer, Scoreflex is a force dilatation balloon that comes with a dual wire system for dilatation under lower inflation pressure. They say that for optimal results, a gradual step-up inflation protocol should be adopted. Recommended applications for the device include...

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