PCIU4 PolarCath Inflation Unit
Part # PCIU4 Exp 7/14, 4/14
The PolarCath peripheral dilatation system consists of a balloon catheter, a PCIU4 PolarCath inflation unit, and a nitrous oxide cartridge.
The PolarCath peripheral dilatations system is indicated for use in dilating stenoses in the peripheral vasculature (iliac, femoral, popliteal, infrapopliteal, renal, and subclavian arteries) and for the treatment of obstructive lesions of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) access grafts or arteriovenous dialysis fistulae. The PolarCath system is also indicated for post-deployment stent expansion of self-expanding peripheral vascular stents.
Use of the PolarCath system simultaneously dilates and modifies atherosclerotic plaque. Once delivered to the lesion, Using the PCIU4 PolarCath Inflation Unit the PolarCath balloon is inflated with nitrous oxide gas, which cools the vessel wall during a 20-second treatment at -10°C. The PolarCath peripheral dilatation system was invented by Dr. James Joye, a prominent interventional cardiologist focused on pioneering new vascular treatments.
In Perfect sealed condition but past expiration date. Not for human use in the US.
Expiration dates have mostly to do with sterilization and not the integrity of the product. The manufacturers sterilize the products after they are packaged and it lasts so many years. The only products we caution customers about are ones that are absorbable or drug coated.
There is a $125 minimum order due to the cost of shipping.
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