About the manufacturer

As a manufacturer mainly involved in Interventional Neuroradiology, BALT EXTRUSION produces spiralled guide wires, micro-catheters for neuroradiology, catheters for angiography, catheters with balloon. Furthermore, the company has developed innovative systems for transluminal angioplasty, valvuloplasty and micro-catheters for endovascular embolization for the treatment of arteriovenous malformations.

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Balt Extrusion Spirale Coil | Used in Aneurysm coiling, Aneurysm occlusion, Embolisation, Varicocoele embolisation  | Which Medical Device

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4.75 Stars

Spirale Coil

The long flexible platinum Spirale coil is ideal for arterial and venous embolisation.

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Balt Extrusion Harpoon Gastropexy | Used in Gastropexy, Gastrostomy | Which Medical Device
5 Stars
5 Stars

Harpoon Gastropexy

The Balt Harpon is very similar to the Boston scientific T fastener that is now no longer available in Europe. It essentially consists of a hollow needle with the T bar and thread. The T fastener is held in place by crimping the aluminium tube on the thread on top of the plastic disc and sponge....

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Balt Extrusion Corail Plus Occlusion Balloon | Which Medical Device

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5 Stars

Corail Plus Occlusion Balloon

This device is a balloon-tipped guiding catheter designed for an occlusion test of the Carotid artery. Available in 6F and 8F, the distal balloon can perform a temporary occlusion and the large inner lumen allows an easy navigation for another catheter. The 6F version will expand from 5mm...

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