Arrow® GPSCath Balloon Dilatation Catheter -
Now for Below the Knee
Below-the-knee interventions can be complex undertakings, requiring multiple devices, numerous procedural steps, and significant procedural time. Because procedural complexity can be a major concern, Arrow® now offers a solution that can assist by combining multiple required features into one device.
Two-In-One Functionality - The Innovative Visovalve
Featuring the innovative VisioValve™ injection system located on the proximal end of the balloon, the Arrow® GPSCath balloon dilatation catheter allows angioplasty and the targeted injection of fluids, such as contrast media, to be performed via one catheter without needing to remove or adjust the guide wire position. The BTK GPSCath balloon dilatation catheter has a robust, semicompliant balloon designed to reach the pressures required to dilate tough lesions while conforming to tortuous anatomies.
Mode 1- Balloon Inflation / PTA Mode
To perform angioplasty, the semi-compliant balloon is inflated utilising a standard inflation device.
Mode 2 - Fluid Delivery Inject Mode
The VisioValve™ located proximal to balloon delivers targeted fluid injections, such as contrast media enabling visualisation of specific lesion, while securing guidewire position.
The animated video shows the functionality of the Arrow® GPSCath. Injection of contrast media and inflation of balloon while maintaing guidewire position.
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