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catheter

Med a long slender flexible tube for inserting into a natural bodily cavity or passage for introducing or withdrawing fluid, such as urine or blood

catheter

[′kath·ə·dər]
(medicine)
A hollow, tubular device for insertion into a cavity, duct, or vessel to permit injection or withdrawal of fluids or to establish patency of the passageway.
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Surefire designed our line of Angiographic Catheters to help advance interventional radiology procedures by providing optimal diagnostic imaging and detail during infusion procedures," said Jim Chomas, CEO of Surefire Medical.
Zad 18 - the selective angiographic catheter drains the carotid artery;
The worldwide market for angiographic catheters is estimated by the Company to be nearly $200 million.
NAMIC will use equipment purchased from Sherwood to increase production capacity for the SELECTOR Angiographic Catheter line at NAMIC'S Aguadilla, Puerto Rico Catheter manufacturing plant.
This group of new products, added to the company's portfolio of angiographic catheters, thrombolytic drug delivery systems, electro-mechanical injectors, vascular access devices and carbon dioxide systems, places AngioDynamics as a full-service provider to the global Interventional Radiology community.
The Company's diverse product line includes angiographic catheters, hemodialysis catheters, endovascular laser venous system products, PTA dilation balloon catheters, image-guided vascular access products, thrombolytic products and drainage products.
038 "diameter 4Fr, 5Fr and 6Fr, curves, JR, Simons, Vertebral, Cobra, Prdiatric J; Diagnostic angiographic catheters with curved tip Multipurpose 100 cm long and 125 cm; Angiographic kit:
The Mustang steerable guide wire product is part of a complete therapeutic system -- including stents, balloon dilatation catheters, guiding catheters, angiographic catheters and guide wires -- for treatment of coronary artery disease.