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Stent graft balloon catheter

Sale of balloon catheter for Stent or endoprosthesis transplantation E-xpand allows the extension of stents or stents in the treatment of coronary heart disease of the abdominal and thoracic aorta in Tunisia.

The balloon catheter expands against the wall of the blood vessel wall and holds the blood vessel to its original size before it shrinks. The catheter has improved modeling in the aorta.

The E-xpand uses a soft balloon that has a short inflation and deflation time.

The balloon can be inflated up to a diameter of 50 mm.

The balloon has radiopaque markers on both ends for exact placement.

The 100cm long catheter is compatible with 0.035" guidewires and can be placed through a 12F sheath.

Designed to facilitate stenting procedures

Compliant ball

Short inflation and deflation times

Radiopaque markers for precise positioning

Compatible with 0.035" guidewire

Minimum sheath diameter 12 F

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Stents or endoprostheses are metal springs that are used to hold the artery open after the introduction of a small probe into an artery: The realization of coronary dilation makes it possible to introduce a catheter into the femoral or radial artery to extend diameter reduction with an inflatable balloon. When the balloon inflates, the stent expands and prevents the artery from narrowing and intra-arterial circulation returns to normal.

Angioplasty is a common cardiological intervention today. Angioplasty falls under interventional cardiology because it does not require the opening of the thorax, unlike cardiac surgery.

Angioplasty is used to dilate narrowed or occluded coronary arteries. This method has evolved several times following technological progress (angioplasty by inflatable balloon, bare stent, then active stent and active resorbable stent, etc.).