DEVICE GUIDE > Therapeutic Infusion Systems

Company Name Product Name Sheath Size (F) Guidewire (inch) Working Length (cm) Mode of Operation US FDA Indicated Use
AngioDynamics Pulse Spray 3, 4, 5 (catheter size) 0.018, 0.035 45, 90, 135 (catheter length); 2, 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 (infusion pattern working length) Patented pressure response outlet technology and occluding ball wire provides even distribution of lytic Intended for use in the administration of fluids, including thrombolytic agents and contrast media, into the peripheral vasculature
AngioDynamics SpeedLyser Infusion System 5 (catheter size) 0.018 15, 20, 25 (catheter length); 10, 15, 20 (infusion pattern working length) Patented pressure response outlet technology and occluding system provides even distribution of lytic Intended for use in the administration of fluids, including thrombolytic agents and contrast media, into the peripheral vasculature
AngioDynamics Unifuse Infusion Catheter 4, 5 (catheter size) 0.035 45, 90, 135 (catheter length); 2, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50 (infusion pattern working length) Patented pressure response outlet technology and occluding ball wire provides even distribution of lytic Intended for use in the administration of fluids, including thrombolytic agents and contrast media, into the peripheral vasculature
Medtronic Cragg-McNamara Valved Infusion Catheter 4, 5 0.035, 0.038 40, 65, 100, 135 Catheters with radiopaque markers proximal and distal to the infusion segments; Cragg-MicroValve at the distal tip provides endhole occlusion Indicated for use in the controlled selective infusion of physician-specific pharmacological agents or radiopaque contrast media in the general vasculature
Medtronic MicroMewi Infusion Catheter With Multiple Sideholes 2.9 0.018 150, 180 Catheters with radiopaque markers proximal and distal to the infusion segment; 5- and 10-cm infusion lengths for comprehensive infusion Indicated for use in the controlled selective infusion of physician-specific pharmacological agents or radiopaque contrast media in the general vasculature
Medtronic ProStream Infusion Wire 0.035 145, 175 Constructed with an integral core wire, stainless steel coil, and an outer Teflon layer for placement without a separate guidewire Indicated for use in the controlled selective infusion of physician-specific pharmacological agents or radiopaque contrast media in the general vasculature
Merit Medical Systems, Inc. Fountain Infusion Catheter With Squirt Fluid Dispensing System 4, 5 45, 90, 135 Fluid delivery system with consistent, forceful, pulsed injections for optimal thrombolysis procedures Intended to administer infusions of various therapeutic solutions into the peripheral vasculature of a patient
Merit Medical Systems, Inc. Fountain Occluding Wire 4, 5 45, 90, 135 Can be used for slow, continuous, or pulse infusion Intended to administer infusions of various therapeutic solutions into the peripheral vasculature of a patient
Merit Medical Systems, Inc. Mistique Infusion Catheter 5 0.035 45, 90, 135 Can be used for slow, continuous, or pulse infusion Intended to administer infusions of various therapeutic solutions into the peripheral vasculature of a patient
ThermopeutiX, Inc. TAPAS Targeted Adjustable Drug Delivery System 7 0.014 15–300 mm (adjustable) Dual occlusive balloon technology to target, deliver, dwell, and aspirate any drug or therapeutic agent Intended for use in peripheral arteries ≥ 1.8 mm for infusion of diagnostic or therapeutic agents
Translational Research Institute ND Infusion Catheter 6 0.014 135 Expandable balloon to control blood flow during infusion through a multilumen spray tip Intended to isolate a specific vascular treatment region from blood flow while allowing infusion of physician-specified fluids into the target region

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