EUROPE DEVICE GUIDE > Therapeutic Infusion Systems

Company Name Product Name Sheath Size (F) Guidewire (inch) Working Length (cm) Mode of Operation CE Mark Indications
Medtronic Cragg-McNamara Valved Infusion Catheter 4, 5 0.035, 0.038 40, 65, 100, 135 Consists of catheters with radiopaque markers proximal and distal to the infusion segments; a Cragg-MicroValve at the distal tip provides endhole occlusion Indicated for use in the controlled selective infusion of physician-specified pharmacological agents or radiopaque contrast media into the general vasculature
Medtronic MicroMewi Multiple Sidehole Infusion Catheters 2.9 0.018 150, 180 Features radiopaque platinum markers providing exceptional fluoroscopic visualization for precise catheter placement; flexible and trackable distal catheter segment allow access to tortuous anatomy Indicated for use in the controlled selective infusion of physician-specified pharmacological agents or radiopaque contrast media into general vasculature
Medtronic ProStream Multiple Sidehole Infusion Wire 0.035 145, 175 Constructed with an integral core wire, stainless steel coil, and an outer Teflon layer; the wires are available in a wide variety of side-hole infusion lengths; the Pro-Stream can be used coaxially through 5-F infusion catheters Indicated for use in the controlled selective infusion of physician-specified pharmacological agents or radiopaque contrast media into 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 infusion, 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 infusion, or pulse infusion Intended to administer infusions of various therapeutic solutions into the peripheral vasculature of a patient
optimed Medizinische Instrumente GmbH LogLysis - Lysis Catheter 5 0.035 Lysis distance: 10; catheter length: 110 Catheter with radiopaque markers proximal and distal to lysis distance and logarythmic helix structure of side holes Indicated for use for lysis in the arterial vascular system; excludes use in the central circulatory system
RenalGuard Solutions, Inc. RenalGuard Protects patients from contrast-induced acute kidney injury by safely inducing higher rates of urine than are possible with standard diuretics alone; RenalGuard achieves these urine rates by matching the patient's urine output milliliter-for-milliliter, minute-by-minute; the accurate automate balancing of RenalGuard reduces the risk of over- or under-hydration relative to standard infusion Indicated for temporary replacement of urine output by infusion of a matched volume of sterile replacement solution to maintain a patient’s intravascular fluid volume; not intended for infusion of blood, blood components, medications, or nutritional fluids
ThermopeutiX, Inc. Tapas Catheter 7 0.035 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 or larger 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 coronary or peripheral vascular treatment region from blood flow while allowing infusion of physician-specified fluids into the target region

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