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FineDuo® - Multifunctional dual-lumen microcatheter

Maintains manoeuvrability

  • Dual Lumen configuration avoids tangling of guidewires and improves guidewire manipulation1
  • Design at OTW lumen exit port generates greater rotation range for the guidewire7
  • Robust proximal shaft maintains its stability and manoeuvrability7,8

Achieves superior crossability

  • Double radiopaque markers for accurate placement, including a 1mm marker on RX lumen for clear visualization of the distal tip
  • Low profile, tapered flex tip and hydrophilic coating with strong back-up force provides superior trackability and crossability2,8
  • Stronger penetration force compared to a conventional microcatheter8
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​Item referenceNC-D724​
​Minimum guiding catheter inner diameter0.056" (1.44 mm)​
​Maximum diameter for the compatible guidewire​0.014" (0.36 mm)
​Effective length​1400 mm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 Chiu. Recanalization of difficult bifurcation lesions using adjunctive double-lumen microcatheter support: two case reports. J Invasive Cardiol 2010;22:E99–E103. Compared to the standard microcatheters and other devices.
2 Ge et al. Current status of percutaneous coronary intervention of chronic total occlusion. Journal of Zhejiang University Science B. 2012;13(8):589-602. Compared to the standard microcatheters or OTW PTCA balloons.
3 Kandzari. High Success, Low Complications for Chronic Total Occlusion Revascularization in the Cath Lab: The EXPERT CTO Trial. Cath Lab Digest 2013; 21(5). Compared to the standard microcatheters and other devices.
4 Christakopoulos et al. Meta-Analysis of Clinical Outcomes of Patients Who Underwent Percutaneous Coronary Interventions for Chronic Total Occlusions. American Journal of Cardiology 2015;115 (10 ): 1367 - 1375.
5 Touma et al. Chronic total occlusions — Current techniques and future directions. IJC Heart & Vasculature 7 (2015) 28–39. Compared to former techniques and past generation of devices.
6 Rinfret. Percutaneous Intervention for Coronary Chronic Total Occlusion: The Hybrid Approach. Switzerland: Springer, 2015. Compared to former techniques and past generation of devices.
7 Haase et al. Cardiovascular Interventions in Clinical Practice. UK: John Wiley & Sons, 2010. Compared to the other microcatheters.
8 Ochiai. Wire Design and New CTO Technologies-You May Not Have Yet. Chronic Total Occlusion and Left Main Summit 2014. Compared to the other microcatheters mentioned in the presentation.

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