• Cook® Advance ATB® PTA Dilatation Catheter

    ATB Advance PTA Dilatation Catheters have been designed for percutaneous transluminal angioplasty of lesions in peripheral arteries including iliac, renal, popliteal, infrapopliteal, femoral and iliofemoral, as well as obstructive lesions of native or synthetic artriovenous dialysis fistulae. The ATB Advance PTA Dilatation Catheter is also intended for postdilatation of balloon-expandable peripheral vascular stents

    Responsive:

    Soft balloon shoulder provides easier insertion and removal, while Ultra-Push shaft provides enhanced trackability.

    Convenient:

    Advance’s enlarged lumen decreases inflation and deflation times and helps maintain a consistent diameter throughout a working range of pressures.

    Reliable:

    With radiopaque gold markers and a short tapered tip specially designed for confined spaces, Advance provides dependable, accurate placement.

  • Cook® Beacon® Tip Royal Flush® Plus High-Flow Catheters – Angiographic Flush

    • Patented enhanced radiopaque Beacon tip provides superior visualisation
    • Gradual transition of radiopaque Beacon tip to catheter shaft results in stability injection
    • Nylon material resists softening during prolonged catheter use
    • Catheter is designed for high-flow, high-pressure contrast media injections
  • Cook® Cantata™ Superselective Microcatheter

    Access superselective anatomy with the right balance of trackability, softness and support.

    Ease of access to target anatomy – Hydrophilic coating ensures smooth introduction and maintains manoeuvrability through multiple passes.

    Support and trackability – Five transition zones, more than any other catheter, provide a distinct yet seamless transition from hub to tip.

    Efficient and reliable deployment – Large inner diameter can accommodate embolic particles spheres or microcoils – including .018 inch embolisation coils.

    Additional features:

    • Braided construction for superior control, trackability and kink resistance
    • Lipiodol/DMSO/alcohol compatibility allows a broad range of applications
    • Cantata 2.5 Fr has a flow rate of 1.6mL/sec at a pressure of 1,200 psi
    • Cantata 2.8 Fr has a flow rate of 3.5mL/sec at a pressure of 900 psi
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    Cook® Cava Sizing Catheters – Angiographic with Beacon® Tip

    Gold bands spaced at 28 millimetres apart Designed for angiographic injections of contrast media

  • Cook® CXI™ Support Catheters

    Intended for use in small vessel or superselective anatomy for diagnostic and interventional procedures, including peripheral use.
    • Low profile from tip to hub ensures smooth transition trough small vessels
    • Shaft’s polymer material offers desired flexibility
    • Braided stainless steel construction along entire length provides exceptional pushability
    • Hydrophilic coating eases your way through tortuous anatomy
    • Embedded radiopaque markers allow you to size the vessel segment length
    • Depth markers clearly show progression into the sheath.
  • Cook® MicroFerret® Infusion Catheters

    MicroFerret – 18 Infusion Catheter

    With more than 15 years on the market you can still rely on the technology used on Cook”s microcatheter especially designed for embolisation. The MicroFerret – 18 catheter accepts a wide variety of embolisation devices and appropriately sized PVA embolisation foam.

    Features:

    • .018″ inner diameter
    • Three step multiple stiffness polyethylene faciltates placement in tortuous or super selective vascular anatomy.
    • Tapered – From a proximal 3.0 French to a distal 2.4 French diameter.
    • AQ® hydrophilic coating provides the distal two segments with an extremely lubricious surface for enhanced manoeuvrability.
    • Available with one or two platinum radiopaque band(s).
    • Soft flexible tip resists kinking and available in two different lengths, 12 and 20 cm.

    MicroFerret – 21 High-Flow Infusion Catheter

    New innovation of High-flow infusion catheter. Combining the technology of the advanced radiopaque Beacon® tip and the two-step nylon catheter with hydrophilic coating.

    Features:

    • .021″ inner diameter, used for embolisation and infusion of various agents.
    • High Flow – can be used with a power injector.
    • Low friction – the AQ® hydrophilic coating provides the distal 40cm with an extremely lubricious surface for enhanced manoeuvrability.
    • Beacon Radiopaque Tip – superior visualisation of catheter tip during manipulation.
    • Soft flexible tip resists kinking and available in two different lengths, 12 and 20 cm.
  • Cook® Multi-Sideport Catheter Infusion Sets – Dual Check Valve

    Used for infusion of therapeutic drugs.
    • Use of catheter tip occluder assembly enhances controlled, localised dispersion of infusate through catheter sideports
    • Distal and proximal radiopaque markers indicate location of infusion segment
    • Initial catheter positioning is accomplished by utilising a .035 inch diameter wire guide
    • Dual check valve facilitates uncomplicated loading of an infusate from a larger syringe source to a small 1cc delivery syringe.  This permits subsequent injection without disconnection from the delivery catheter assembly
    Supplied sterile in peel-open packages.  Intended for one-time use.
  • Cook® Polyethylene Catheters – Angiographic

    • Polyethylene material softens during prolonged catheter manipulation
    • Flexible catheter material recommended for low- to medium-pressure applications.
  • Cook® Rothbarth Uni-Flo™ Infusion Catheters

    Supplied sterile in peel-open packages.  Intended for one-time use.

  • Cook® Royal Flush® II Nylon Catheters – Angiographic Flush

    • High-flow material, kink resistant, low friction coefficient
    • Lower burst point than Royal Flush Plus Nylon
  • Cook® Royal Flush® Plus High-Flow Catheters – Angiographic Flush

    • Nylon material resists softening during prolonged catheter use
    • Catheter is designed for high-flow, high-pressure contrast media injections
  • Cook® Torcon NB® Advantage Beacon® Tip Catheters – Angiographic

    • 4.0 and 5.0 Fr sizes compatible with 4.0 and 5.0 Fr sheaths, respectively
    • Consistent low-profile from hub to tip
    • Gradual transition or radiopaque Beacon® tip to catheter shaft for stability during injection
    • Nylon material resists softening during prolonged catheter manipulation
    • Tapered tip for excellent sating within the ostium of the vessel
    • Optimal steerability without compromising flexibility