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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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Terumo Progreat Double Marker Micro Catheter System | Which Medical Device

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Progreat Double Marker Micro Catheter System

  • Added Nov 2, 2014
  • Manufactured by Terumo

At CIRSE 2014, Terumo announced the launch of the Progreat Double Marker, available in 2.4Fr and 2.8Fr version. They said that the device has the unique navigability and torquability of the usual Progreat and two markers that provide excellent visibility.   

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Terumo Progreat microcatheter | Which Medical Device

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Progreat microcatheter

  • Added Mar 14, 2011
  • Manufactured by Terumo

Hyperselective hydrophilic braided radiopaque microcatheters for peripheral and extracranial procedures. This is often our first choice of microcatheter. The end can be bent and a limited amount of torque can be applied for really tricky angulations. Some versions come with their own wire....

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EV3 Rebar microcatheter | Which Medical Device

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Rebar microcatheter

  • Added Jun 9, 2013
  • Manufactured by EV3

This is a 0.021inch reinforced hydrophilic microcatheter. The proximal shaft is stiff with a more flexible distal part. The tip of the catheter is steam shapeable. The cathater takes a 0.018 inch wire.

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Surefire Medical Surefire Micro Catheter Infusion System | Used in Chemoembolisation, Embolisation, SIRT selective internal radiation therapy, TACE | Which Medical Device

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4 Stars

Surefire Micro Catheter Infusion System

The Surefire micro catheter infusion system has recently been launched in Europe and was FDA approved in June 2012. This is essentially a micro catheter with an expanded tip that will collapse under pressure of forward flowing blood but expands to act as a valve to prevent back flow during...

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