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Boston Scientific AngioJet Ultra Thrombectomy System  | Used in Thrombectomy, Thrombolysis, Thrombus aspiration | Which Medical Device

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AngioJet Ultra Thrombectomy System

Boston Scientific showed the latest version of the Angiojet Ultra at CIRSE 2016, in Barcelona. They claim it can work in vessels down to 1.5mm diameter using their 3F/4F Solent Dista catheter. The system can work in 2 modes, standard active aspiration and power pulse mode to deliver lytic...

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Angioscore AngioSculpt Scoring Balloon Catheter | Used in Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) | Which Medical Device

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AngioSculpt Scoring Balloon Catheter

The AngioSculpt Scoring Balloon Catheter is comprised of a semi-compliant angioplasty balloon surrounded by a nitinol scoring element. The idea is to provide controlled predictable scoring of the artery wall to allow better dilatation with the semi compliant balloon. The semi compliant nature...

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Angioslide Angioslide Proteus balloon | Used in Angioplasty | Which Medical Device

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Angioslide Proteus balloon

The Angioslide Proteus balloon catheter combines the features of an angioplasty device and an embolic capture device. The Angioslide's balloon is folded inwards after inflation, creating a natural negative pressure, which drives debris particles into the balloon lumen. The idea is that you...

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AngioDynamics AngioVac Cannula & Circuit | Used in Thrombectomy | Which Medical Device

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AngioVac Cannula & Circuit

This large calibre device from Angiodynamics is designed to be inserted into the femoral vein and used to vacuum extract large volume thrombus from the venous circulation. It has a funnel shaped tip that balloon expands to occlude the vein its placed in. According to the manufacturer, it can...

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Biomet Ankle Evolutive System (AES) | Used in Ankle replacement | Which Medical Device

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Ankle Evolutive System (AES)

  • Added Aug 22, 2013
  • Manufactured by Biomet

The Ankle Evolutive System (AES) ankle was a modification of the Buechel-Pappas type of prosthesis. The device has been withdrawn from the market because of concerns about osteolysis.

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