ATW Coronary introducer

A new, more accurately driven introducer for improvement of interventional instrument delivery control to any defect location.

Stenosis area advance ease:

Perfect handling: extended tapered distal part. Good rotation control: integral solid core.

Safety introduction for any location defects:

  • More elastic distal segment: flexible tip, integral flexible FLEX-JOINT joint.
  • Improved support area: smooth transition from proximal part of the core to the support area, the core diameter in the support area is 0076".

ATW DURAGLIDE sliding ease:

  • DURAGLIDE specific coupler, 25 cm length.
  • DURAGLIDE proximal section coating.

Advance ease:

  • Strength and flexibility combination allows to ease interventional instrument advance.
  • Perfect stability of the support area against lateral deformation.

Advance guidance:

  • Ideal handling to access stenosis area: ATW rotation transmission is better by 22% .
  • Secure sliding.
  • DURAGLIDE coupler for smooth advance: ATW advance resistance is less by 30% - 75%.

Driven ATW introducer with markers:

The first introducer with capability to opt stent length compatible with stenosis length.

More information. More efficacy. More benefits.

ATW Marker is more than just introducer, it allows to:

  • Define accurate stenosis length.
  • Adjust interventional instrument length more accurately.
  • Reduce duration and cost of intervention.

ATW qualities.

Advance. Passage. Guidance.

  • Extended tapered form gradually narrowing, and integral core of the introducer for ideal guidance and good rotation control.
  • Good flexibility of the distal section FLEX-JOINT joint for safe advance through vessels.
  • Improved support area and smooth transition from the shaft proximal part to ease the instrument advance.
  • Specific DURAGLIDE coupler having 25 cm length provides sliding surface.

Use ease and agility:

  • To move through the damage area and measure its length.
  • Opt the most appropriate length of the interventional instrument.
  • Place the introducer tip distal of the stenosis, according to markers.
  • Insert the stent or balloon, make plastic repair.
  • If needed, measure stenosis length again or use markers to check the stent positioning accuracy.
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