Page 123⊥age=5 of 182
Show results per page
Sort By:  A-Z / Rating / Date
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...

read full description
FX Devices POGO Screw | Which Medical Device

No Editor Review

No Ratings

POGO Screw

The Pogo Screw is a spring loaded device which is inserted over a guide wire. It is designed to apply constant compression across an operative fracture site, encourage bone remodelling and reducing problems with screws backing out. Apparently, it removes the need to have a full inventory of...

read full description
Boston Scientific PolarCath Peripheral Cryoplasty Balloon | Used in Angioplasty, Cryoplasty, Infrapopliteal arterial disease management | Which Medical Device

No Editor Review

No Ratings

PolarCath Peripheral Cryoplasty Balloon

The PolarCath Peripheral Dilatation Device from Boston Scientific is designed for use in cryotherapy procedures for the treatment of obstructive lesions of PTFE access grafts or native arteriovenous dialysis fistulae, as well as in the peripheral vasculature (iliac, femoral, popliteal,...

read full description
Smith & Nephew Polarcup - Dual Mobility | Used in Total hip replacement | Which Medical Device

No Editor Review

No Ratings

Polarcup - Dual Mobility

The device has a mobile polyethylene liner which is locked onto a femoral head that articules in a metallic acetabular shell. According to Smith & Nephew, the system was designed for patients, in primary and revision cases, who are susceptible to dislocation and therefore in need of greater...

read full description
St Jude Medical Portico TAVI System | Used in Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) | Which Medical Device

No Editor Review

No Ratings

Portico TAVI System

According to St. Jude Medical, this self-expanding stent can be fully resheathed and repositioned in situ which enables physicians to fine-tune valve placement at the implant site.  

read full description

WhichMedicalDevice is a FREE resource created by clinicians for clinicians.

Registration is free and gives you unlimited access to all of the content and features of this website.

Find out more...

Please sign in to view this content...

I have forgotten my password
Not a Member?

Registration is free and gives you unlimited access to all of the content and features of Which Medical Device. Find out more...

Why Register

Which Medical Device is a community of clinicians sharing knowledge and experience of the devices and procedures we use on a daily basis. We ask that our members register with us so that we can maintain the unbiased and independent nature of our content. Registration is quick and free.

We do not make your details available to any third parties nor do we send unsolicited emails to our members. You can read our Privacy Policy here.