Angiography Diagnostic Catheter

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asked Nov 1, 2020 in 3D Segmentation by swpt_9eJOgIQw (380 points)
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                    Product: Interventional Devices
                Type: Diagnostic Catheter
                    Brand Name: Barty Medical
                    Model Number: Angiography catheter
                    Place of Origin: Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
                    License : CE/ISO13485
                    Soft tip: √?
                    Radiopaque: √?
                    Kink resistance ability: √
                    Curve retention: √?
                    Hydrophilic cover: √?
                    CE - mark:√?
                    ISO : √

    CharacteristicsApplication: diagnostic, angiographyArea of the body: coronaryDescription: Angiography cathetersAngiodyn diagnostic catheters for coronaryangiographies- Superior flow rates

    - Symmetrically braided shaft for 1:1 forcetransmission- Atraumatic non braided tip

    - Color coded ergonomic catheter hubProduct Range- 4 French – selective, flush and multipack configurations- 5 French – selective, flush and multipack configurations- 6 French – selective, flush and multipack configurations- 7 French – selective, flush and multipack configurationFeatureLarge inner diameter for high flow rate ofcontrast media.Flexible material have excellent supportand shape memory.Braided catheter construction allows forgood torqueability and excellent kink resistant capacity.Soft tip will protect vessel from damage.

    Device descriptionSingle-use angiographiccatheter(abbreviated as angiographic catheter)consists of hub, protective tube, body,remote end and distal end. Among them,the body is made from P A and 304 stainlesssteel, remote end and distal end aremade from PA, h ub is made from PC. Thehydrophilic coating over the catheter is tobe smooth to insert.This product is used to inject radiographicmedia/contrast media for Peripheral vascular system during interventionaloperation.Angiography or arteriography is a medicalimaging technique used to visualize the inside, or lumen, of blood vessels andorgans of the body, with particular interest in the arteries, veins, and theheart chambers. This is traditionally done by injecting a radio-opaque contrastagent into the blood vessel and imaging using X-ray based techniques such asfluoroscopy.

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