Manual balloon catheter pump AI30&40

manual balloon catheter pump
manual balloon catheter pump
manual balloon catheter pump
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Inflation device: is used to inflate and deflate an angioplasty balloon or other interventional device, and to measure the pressure within the balloon. Accute pressure control Stable Perfomance T handle - Easy to hold and quick-release handle (1)Pressure capability available: 30atm (440psi) &40atm (588psi), gauge accuracy 0.1atm. (2)Volume: 20 ml syringe volume. (3)Length30cm 1200psi extension tube . (4)Luminescent gauge for easy and accurate readings in dimmed lighting. (5)Clear polycarbonate Barrel with accurate scale for better visualization of bubbles in the device. (6)Coarse threads and small diameter barrel enable faster inflation. (7)Medium pressure (500psi) 3 ways stopcock with vented cap. (8)Ergonomic Handle design enable one-hand operation. (9)Can be packaged with a wide variety of angioplasty kits and procedure packs - Y connector pack. INFLATION AND DEFLATION 1. To inflate the balloon, squeeze the trigger to allow the plunger to return to a resting position (0 ATM/BAR or PSI). Release grip on the trigger, which will lock the plunger into position. To increase pressure, rotate handle clockwise until the desired pressure is achieved. NOTE: Loss of pressure may indicate a leak in the system. CAUTION: If applied pressure does not indicate on gauge display, discontinue use immediately and replace it with a new unit. 2. To deflate balloon, squeeze the trigger and pull back to generate a negative pressure. Release grip to lock the plunger in a negative pressure position. CAUTION: To protect the threads of the lock release handle, the pressure must be reduced to 25 ATM or lower before the quick release mechanism is used to deflate the angioplasty balloon.


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