DEVICE GUIDE > Other Accessories

Company Name Product Name Size (F) Description Guidewire Compatibility (inch)
Cook Medical Check-Flo Performer Extra-Large Introducers 20, 22, 24 Hemostatic extra-large access sheath 0.035
Cook Medical Flexor High-Flex Ansel Guiding Sheath 6–10 Track and treat with confidence with Ansel curved guiding sheaths 0.035
Cook Medical IndyOTW Vascular Retriever 8 OTW vascular retriever with Flexor catheter and radiopaque tip 0.035
Cook Medical Large Check-Flo Performer Introducers 16, 18 Hemostatic, large access sheath with radiopaque band 0.038
Cook Medical Nester Platinum Embolization Coils Occlude a wider range of vessel sizes with Nester coils 0.035
Cook Medical Performer Introducers 5–8 Hemostatic access sheaths with or without radiopaque band or wire guides 0.035
Gore & Associates Gore DrySeal Flex Introducer Sheath 12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26 A new standard of flexibility to treat more challenging anatomies 0.035
Gore & Associates Gore DrySeal Sheath With Hydrophilic Coating 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26 Designed to minimize blood loss through an innovative pressurized hemostatic valve 0.035
Gore & Associates Gore Tri-Lobe Balloon Catheter 18 Unique Tri-Lobe design allows for continuous blood flow 0.035
Medtronic Sentrant Introducer Sheath With Hydrophilic Coating 12–26 (sheath) Hemostatic and kink-resistant introducer sheath 0.035

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