An angiographic or diagnostic catheter is intended for use in angiographic procedures. It delivers radiopaque media and therapeutic agents to selected sites in the vascular system. It is also used to lead a guidewire or a catheter to the target site.
The Outlook 4 Fr (1.40 mm) has a large lumen to allow contrast media to be injected at high flow rates and is designed to exhibit good torque control.1
The catheter inserter on the pigtail catheter can be used to straighten the catheter tip for easier insertion into the sheath. After catheter insertion, it can be peeled off the catheter. Fixed strain relief prevents the catheter from kinking at its proximal end.1
1 Terumo Instructions for Use, Outlook catheter.2 Data on file. Ref TAC-001.3 Seong-Man Kim et al, 2005. Novel Diagnostic Catheter specifically designed for both coronary arteries via the right transradial approach. The International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging. 2005, 10.007/s10554-005-9029-8.
Our sales representatives are here for you.
Thank you for contacting us!
We typically respond within 2 business days and will come back to you as soon as possible.
Radifocus™ Introducer II Radiopaque Marker Kit C
AZUR™ Peripheral Hydrocoil - Detachable
Radifocus™ Glidewire Advantage™
Radifocus™ Introducer II Transradial Kit M Coat™ R
Didn't find your product?
This webpage can include promotional content regarding one or several products of Terumo Europe, or some procedures concerning the use or implantation of such products. This webpage is exclusively intended for healthcare professionals and is in no event directed to the general public
For Pharmaceutical Professionals interested in our B2B products portfolio, please visit Terumo Pharmaceutical Solutions.
This is HCP only content
website and cannot be refused. Other cookies are only placed if you choose to do so. For further information, please read our cookies policy.
Essential cookies to ensure the website functions well.
Cookies to help us measure the general use of our website.
Cookies that save personal information while browsing.