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Mercator MedSystems Bullfrog & Cricket Micro-Infusion Catheter Systems | Used in Chemoembolisation, Renal denervation, TACE | Which Medical Device

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Bullfrog & Cricket Micro-Infusion Catheter Systems

The Bullfrog and Cricket Micro-Infusion Catheters are catheter-guided systems designed to inject — directly and non-systemically — therapeutic agents through blood vessel walls into deep tissues.  According to he maufacturer, therapies can be developed and delivered...

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Surefire Medical Surefire Micro Catheter Infusion System | Used in Chemoembolisation, Embolisation, SIRT selective internal radiation therapy, TACE | Which Medical Device

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Surefire Micro Catheter Infusion System

The Surefire micro catheter infusion system has recently been launched in Europe and was FDA approved in June 2012. This is essentially a micro catheter with an expanded tip that will collapse under pressure of forward flowing blood but expands to act as a valve to prevent back flow during...

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Cook Medical Van Schie (Beacon tip) Seeking Catheters | Used in Angiography, Embolisation, Endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR), SIRT selective internal radiation therapy, TACE | Which Medical Device

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Van Schie (Beacon tip) Seeking Catheters

A family of devices designed to be used for catheterisation of bifurcated endoluminal AAA stent grafts. However the range of angles available makes them very useful for other vascular procedures eg crossing the bifurcation and complex embolisations. Have you used a Beacon Tip Van Schie...

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