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Angiography Diagnostic Catheter
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Unit price: Negotiable
Delivery date: Since the payment date Days delivery
Valid until: Long-term effective
Last updated: 2018-08-17 08:10

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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 : √

Application: diagnostic, angiography
Area of the body: coronary
Description: Angiography catheters
Angiodyn diagnostic catheters for coronary angiographies

- Superior flow rates

- Symmetrically braided shaft for 1:1 force transmission
- Atraumatic non braided tip

- Color coded ergonomic catheter hub

Product 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 configuration

Large inner diameter for high flow rate of contrast media.
Flexible material have excellent support and shape memory.
Braided catheter construction allows for good torqueability and excellent kink resistant capacity.
Soft tip will protect vessel from damage.

Device description
Single-use angiographic catheter(abbreviated as angiographic catheter) consists of hub, protective tube, body, remote end and distal end. Among them, the body is made from PA and 304 stainless steel, remote end and distal end are made from PA, hub is made from PC. The hydrophilic coating over the catheter is to be smooth to insert.
This product is used to inject radiographic media/contrast media for Peripheral vascular system during interventional operation.
Angiography or arteriography is a medical imaging technique used to visualize the inside, or lumen, of blood vessels and organs of the body, with particular interest in the arteries, veins, and the heart chambers. This is traditionally done by injecting a radio-opaque contrast agent into the blood vessel and imaging using X-ray based techniques such as fluoroscopy.