Product Name


Guidewire

Guidewire


Key Features


 Stainless Steel Guidewire

 Uncoated Stainless Steel surface.
 Tip design:Straight and J.
 Length 40cm to 300cm.
 Straight and angled available.
Diameter 0.018"  to 0.038".
 Supplied sterile in peel-open packages and intended for one-time use.

PTFE Pre-Coated Coil Guidewire

 Special PTFE pre-coated designs.
 Tip design:Straight and J.
 With enhanced stainless core with PTFE coated spring over the core decrease insertion and withdrawal force, while reducing risk of guide wire kinking.
 Straight and angled available.
 Diameters: 0.025", 0.035", 0.038", Lengths: 80cm, 150cm, 260cm.
 Supplied sterile in peel-open packages and intended for one-time use.

Nitinol Core Hydrophilic Coated Guidewire

Special hydrophilic polymer coated, superior Trackability and high flexibility for smooth Insertion.
 Guidewire with soft and round tip minimize the opportunity of vessel Trauma and enhance safety..
One piece design provides good support and outstanding kink resistance.
 Nitinol alloy core, soft and taper rounded distal end provides optimal torque control for superior navigation.
 Straight and angled available in regular or stiff configuration.
 Radiopaque PUR-Enhanced radiopaque..
 Supplied sterile in peel-open packages and intended for one-time use.

PTCA Guidewire

 PTFE pre-coated shaft surface.
 Coil surface:Uncoated Stainless Steel, Hydrophilic coated, Silicone coated. Short taper balloon technology.
 Dimension:0.014”.
 Length:180, 300cm.
 Tip design: Straight and J.
 Tip stiffness:Standard, Intermediate, Floppy, Extra Floppy, heavy duty.
 Supplied sterile in peel-open packages and intended for one-time use.

Amplatz Guidewire

Facilitates catheter placement and exchange during diagnostic or interventional procedures. It is not intended for use in coronary arteries.
Stiff core:Added strength for easier access and better stability during catheter placement and exchange.
Atraumatic tip& gradual distal core taper which is safe during advancement.
PTFE coating smooth entry and catheter tracking.
Region of interest: Carotid/aortic arch area and Aortic bifurcation area.