SoloPath Re-collapsible enables expansion to a pre-set inner diameter (I.D.) and removal at a lower profile of the outer diameter (O.D.), which facilitates the work of vascular surgeons, interventional cardiologists, and interventional radiologists who perform procedures requiring large-bore access using access technology that gives them control over insertion at a low profile.
Navigate through tortuous vessels with the femoral access sheath designed for precise trackability.
Designed to reduce vessel trauma in tortuous anatomy
Designed to reduce entry site trauma during insertion
Solopath Re-collapsible has the smallest insertion profile of any sheath in its class.1 Even when compared to in-line sheaths, it has the smallest entry site profile.2
Designed to minimize axial force and trauma associated with insertion. Choose Solopath Re-collapsible large bore femoral access sheath - with a lower insertion force than the leading competitors.
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1 Data on file at Terumo: 20150196.
2 Data on file at Terumo: TIS-1137-12162015
3 Data on file at Terumo: TIS-168-03182016
4 Van Mieghem NM, Tchetche D, ChieffoA, et al. Incidence, predictors, and implications of access site complications with transfemoral transcatheter aortic valve implantation. Am J Cardiol. 2012;110:1361-1367.