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Galt Medical Centeze Centesis Catheter | Used in Abscess drainage, Ascites drainage, Drainage, Pleural effusion drainage | Which Medical Device

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Centeze Centesis Catheter

The Centeze™ over the needle catheter system from Galt is designed for centesis procedures involving the drainage of fluid from a body cavity. This might include paracentesis of the abdominal cavity for ascites or thoracentesis of the thoracic cavity. The device features 3 large skived...

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Vascular Solutions Drainer Centesis Catheter | Used in Ascites drainage, Pleural effusion drainage | Which Medical Device

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Drainer Centesis Catheter

The Drainer Centesis Catheter from Vascular Solutions is an over-the-needle catheter for percutaneous aspiration and drainage. Features include large distal sideholes and a siliconized catheter. The catheter is available in 4F, 5F and 6F in a 9cm length and 5F by 15cm.

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Cook Medical Mac-Loc catheter | Used in Abscess drainage, Ascites drainage, Drainage, Malignant ascites, Malignant effusion drainage, Nephrostomy | Which Medical Device
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Mac-Loc catheter

Used to provide diversionary bladder drainage by percutaneous placement of a loop catheter. The flexible Ultrathane® material enhances patient comfort with a smooth, kink-resistant shaft. The Mac-Loc® locking loop mechanism features a smooth, rounded locking assembly. The easily...

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BVM Medical PerkuStay | Used in Abscess drainage, Ascites drainage | Which Medical Device

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PerkuStay

  PerkuStay® is a low profile drain for Acites. Once deployed, it can stay in the patient for up to 30 days.   The main features of the products are: — Spiral perforations — Perforation length 3cm to 9.5cm — Specially manufactured...

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CareFusion Pleurx Catheter | Used in Ascites drainage, Malignant ascites, Malignant effusion drainage, Pleural effusion drainage | Which Medical Device
5 Stars
5 Stars

Pleurx Catheter

Traditionally, physicians have relied on repeat Large Volume Paracentesis (LVP) for the management of recurrent malignant ascites. Unfortunately, while effective at relieving symptoms, LVP requires frequent hospital visits and can result in significant patient discomfort. The Pleurx peritoneal...

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