Distal part of the catheter is a configuration of two tubes with coaxial lumen. The inner lumen is meant for guidewire navigation, while the outer lumen is intended for balloon inflation/deflation.
Catheter configuration provides precise distal control due to smooth manipulation, that enhances navigation and distal flexibility.
The proximal part of the catheter consists of two interconnected hypo and transit tubes. The hypotube provides the catheter with good pushing characteristics and allows the contrast solution to pass easily into/from the cylinder during inflation/deflation.
Coronary balloon catheters are provided with two X-ray markers in proximal and distal parts of the cylinder.
The distal part of the catheter is covered with Hydrax hydrophilic coating, which minimizes friction and improves the navigation of the catheter through the most difficult lesions along the intricate vessel anatomy.
The atraumatic cone-shaped tip of the catheter enables to avoid arteries damage in the course of surgeries.
There is a Luer Lock to connect various accessories in the proximal part of the catheter.