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Boston Scientific Amplatz Super Stiff Guide Wire | Used in Abscess drainage, Angioplasty, Aortic stenting, Biliary Stenting, Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiogram (PTC), Vascular stenting, Venous stenting | Which Medical Device

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Amplatz Super Stiff Guide Wire

The Amplatz Super Stiff GuideWire is designed to be strong enough to get through tight lesions, but with a tip that is soft enough to be atraumatic during catheter placement and exchanges in procedures. A good stiff wire for stenting and angioplasty, which can be used extensively for PCNL...

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Optimed Sinus-XL Stent | Used in Vascular stenting, Venous stenting | Which Medical Device

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Sinus-XL Stent

  • Added Oct 11, 2012
  • Manufactured by Optimed

According to Optimed, the Sinus-XL Stent is the worldwide first Stent System with Class 3 registration for stenoses and dissections of the aorta, Vena Cava-Sydrome, obstructions of the Vena Cava and Endoleak Type 1a & 1b.  This self-expanding Nitinol Stent System is...

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Cook Medical Zilver Vena Self Expanding Stent | Used in Vascular stenting, Venous stenting | Which Medical Device

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Zilver Vena Self Expanding Stent

According to Cook Medical, the Zilver Vena Venous Self-Expanding Stent is the world’s first-ever stent designed to specifically treat symptomatic iliofemoral venous outflow obstruction. The device has received CE Mark approval. Based on Cook’s existing Zilver technology, the...

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