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Finecross® MG - Coronary micro-guide catheter

Designed to boost success of complex procedures

Finecross MG microcatheter combines excellent crossability and optimal guidewire support to treat very challenging cases involving tortuous vessels, chronic total occlusions (CTO), bifurcations, and highly stenosed and calcified lesions.

Characteristics

Superior crossability1

  • Hydrophilic coating and flexible distal segment enables advancement and access through tortuous distal vessels
  • Tapered inner and outer diameters ranging from 2.6 Fr to 1.8 Fr throughout for great lesion crossability

Optimal guidewire support

  • Fully stainless-steel braided shaft provides strength responsiveness, reinforcing lumen integrity and improving pushability
  • Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) inner layer allows smooth guidewire handling with less resistance and facilitates exchange wire during complex procedures.

General Specifications

Shaft coating

Hydrophilic coating

Braiding

Stainless steel - SUS

Inner layer

Polytetrafluoroethylene - PTFE

Radiopaque marker

0.7 mm gold marker located at 0.7 mm from the tip

Usable length

130 or 150 cm

Product Illustrations

Conventional microcatheter

Finecross® MG

​Tapers from 2.6 Fr to 1.8 Fr over entire catheter length

Item Specifications

 Item reference

Catheter length​

​Distal outer diameter

​Proximal outer diameter

​Distal inner diameter

​Proximal inner diameter

​Guidewire compatibility

NC-F863A

​130 cm

1.8 Fr / 0.60 mm

​ ​2.6 Fr / 0.87 mm

​ ​0.018" / 0.45 mm

​ ​0.021" / 0.55 mm

​ ​Maximum diameter 0.014" / 0.36 mm

NC-F865A

​150 cm

Please quote above item reference codes when placing an order.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See Also

References

1 Muramatsu et al., Current technical and clinical features of the antegrade and retrograde approaches to percutaneous transluminal coronary intervention for chronic total occlusion, The Egyptian Heart Journal, 2014; 66:1-10.
Werner et al., Tools & Techniques: the antegrade recanalisation technique for CTO, Eurointervention, 2011;6:1137-1139.

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