Terumo Interventional Oncology Division presents Occlusafe, an occlusive micro-balloon.
Through Pressure Gradient Effect, Occlusafe as micro-balloon catheter, offers the ability to redistribute blood flow and access the microcirculation, leading to an increased accumulation of therapeutics into the target lesion with minimal off-target embolization. This may be associated with improved clinical outcomes in challenging lesions3.
Large lesions partially respond to current TACE treatment due to a poor uptake of embolic. Multiple or combined treatments are required to reach a complete response.
Through Pressure Gradient Effect, Balloon Occlusion with Occlusafe offers the ability to redistribute blood flow and access the microvascular circulation, leading to an increased accumulation of therapeutics into the target lesion1 with minimal off-target embolization2.
Balloon Occlusion with Occlusafe allows a better visualization for improved diagnosis and higher uptake of embolic into the target lesion1.
Terumo excellence in lesion access technology guarantees for a superb precision and accuracy in navigation through complex vessel anatomies.
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Note: Comparison is done between TACE performed with Occlusafe
micro-balloon catheter and TACE with a standard micro-catheter.
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2. Terumitsu Hasebe; Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies. 2015 Apr;24(2):94-100. doi: 10.3109/13645706.2014.951657. Epub 2014 Sep 29. PubMed.
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Data on files. Reference OS-003. Terumo Europe NV.