PTA catheter ATLAS® GOLD
peripheralballoon

PTA catheter
PTA catheter
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Characteristics

Application
PTA
Area of the body
peripheral
Options
balloon

Description

Features: Large balloon diameters up to 26mm Ultra non-compliant technology offers virtually no growth past stated diameter* Tapered tip to facilitate trackability Delivers maximum force to areas of most resistance (up to 18 ATM) Short shoulders designed to minimize vessel straightening and allow for high pressure post-dilation at stent edges Indicated for use in the peripheral vasculature, including the iliac arteries, iliac and femoral veins, and native or synthetic arteriovenous dialysis fistulae (see product IFU) The $ගඔඉඛ® ඏ඗ඔඌ PTA Dilatation Catheter is a high performance balloon catheter consisting of an over-thewire catheter with a balloon fixed at the distal tip. The proprietary non-compliant, low profile balloon is designed to provide consistent balloon diameters and lengths even at high pressures. Two radiopaque markers delineate the working length of the balloon and aid in balloon placement. The coaxial catheter includes a tapered atraumatic tip to facilitate advancement of the catheter to and through the stenosis. The proximal portion of the catheter includes a female luer lock hub connected to the inflation lumen, and a female luer-lock hub connected to the guidewire lumen. The over-the-wire catheter is compatible with .035" guidewire and is available in 80cm and 120cm working lengths. Packaged with every product is a profile reducing sheath that is positioned over the balloon for protection before use. A re-wrapping tool is also provided on the catheter shaft to aid in re-wrap/refolding of the balloon. This product is not manufactured with any natural rubber latex

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