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Platform-14   AV Fistula Drug Eluting Balloon | Used in Fistula salvage, Fistuloplasty | Which Medical Device

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AV Fistula Drug Eluting Balloon

This challenging stenosis requires a genuine 360 degree coating of ACTIVE drug not just a mixture of drug and a “carrier”. It also needs a high Paclitaxel uptake into the stenosis. Platform 14 claim to have the highest drug uptake of any DEB. A short 50cm shaft makes it easy to...

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Medtronic Abre venous self expanding stent system | Which Medical Device

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Abre venous self expanding stent system

  • Added Nov 27, 2017
  • Manufactured by Medtronic

Dr Phil Haslam, Which Medical Device Editor-in-Chief, took a look at the Abre venous system at the BSIR 2017 annual scientific meeting held Birmingham's ICC (UK) in November.  It's a nitinol stent with an introducer size of 9F and a delivery system length of 90cm. CE mark indications are:...

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Abbott Vascular Absolute Pro LL Peripheral Stent System | Used in Vascular stenting | Which Medical Device

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Absolute Pro LL Peripheral Stent System

The Absolute Pro LL Peripheral Self-Expanding Stent is a standard over the wire nitinol stent. It requires a 6F sheath. It has a delivery handle incorporating a wheel that is turned to uncover the stent. We use this stent both in the vascular and biliary tree. It is available in 6-10mm...

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Boehringer Ingelheim Actilyse | Used in Thrombolysis | Which Medical Device

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Actilyse

 Actilyse is indicated for thrombolysis in acute ischaemic stroke and myocardial infarction, although it is widely used in Interventional Radiology for thrombolysis of other vessels. The thrombolytic ingredient is alteplase.

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