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Angiographic catheter Radifocus® Optitorque™
Pressure limit
4 Fr (1.40 mm) – 750 psi / 5 Fr (1.70 mm) and 6 Fr (2.00 mm) – 1000 psi
Guidewire compatibility
0.038" (0.97 mm)
Outer diameter
4 Fr / 1.40 mm, 5 Fr / 1.70 mm, 6 Fr / 2.00 mm
Inner diameter
1.03 mm, 1.20 mm, 1.30 mm
Product Details

Description

 

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 into the target site.

Radifocus Optitorque, a full line of angiographic catheters designed for easy manipulation.

 

 

Characteristics

High-torque design and precise manipulation1

The catheter's ultra-thin wall creates a large lumen to enable a short injection time2

The Tiger and BLK curves enable angiography of right and left coronary arteries using either a radial or brachial approach. This single catheter concept decreases procedure and fluoroscopy times, providing both procedural and cost-efficiency3

 

 

General specifications

 

Pressure limit

4 Fr (1.40 mm) – 750 psi /
 5 Fr (1.70 mm) & 6 Fr (2.00 mm) – 1000 psi

 Guidewire   compatibility

0.038" (0.97 mm)

 Outer diameter

4 Fr / 1.40 mm

5 Fr / 1.70 mm

6 Fr / 2.00 mm

 Inner diameter

1.03 mm

1.20 mm

1.30 mm

 

 

References

Terumo data on file.  Reference RF55GB-0805MD-I5(0805)E. Measurement of distal rotation angle relative to the proximal rotation angle – comparison single mesh catheters vs Radifocus Optitorque.
2 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.
3 Comparison of Terumo Tiger II 5 Fr catheter vs. Cordis 5 Fr Standard Judkins catheter. 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.