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Bard ReeFlex Balloon | Used in Angioplasty, Subintimal angioplasty | Which Medical Device

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ReeFlex Balloon

  • Added Feb 16, 2009
  • Manufactured by Bard

The ReeFlex is a unique Catheter for treating severe occlusions of the SFA and other vessels of the lower limb via the contralateral approach.  The device  uses a modified version of the ClearStream KrossLock technology which transmits almost 100% of push from hub to distal tip...

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Bard Reekross Balloon | Used in Angioplasty, Subintimal angioplasty | Which Medical Device
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Reekross Balloon

  • Added Feb 17, 2009
  • Manufactured by Bard

The ReeKross is a PTA catheter designed with the capability of performing angioplasty on vessels with extreme occlusions in the arteries of the leg such as the SFA, iliac and tibial artery. According to the manufacturer, the device features a unique capacity for pushability to cope with...

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PneumRx RePneu Lung Volume Reduction Coil | Which Medical Device

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RePneu Lung Volume Reduction Coil

  • Added Jan 25, 2014
  • Manufactured by PneumRx

The RePneu is a lung volume reduction coil which offers an alternative to traditional surgery. It is a new,  minimally-invasive treatment designed to improve lung function, exercise capacity and quality of life for people with advanced emphysema.  The coil acts by a simple...

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Cook Medical Resonance Stent | Used in Ureteric stenting | Which Medical Device
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Resonance Stent

Used for temporary stenting of the ureter in adult patients with extrinsic ureteral obstruction.

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Cook Medical Retracta Detachable Embolization Coil | Used in Aneurysm coiling, Aneurysm occlusion, Embolisation | Which Medical Device

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Retracta Detachable Embolization Coil

A .035 inch embolization coil for blocking or moderating blood flow through peripheral veins and arteries. According to Cook Medical, the device is designed for more precise placement and has a radiopaque marker at the detachment point. The coil is retractable to repositon prior to detachment....

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