Uni-Cath CE-marks IRIS and VISA II product range:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Miami, Florida-based Uni-Cath has CE-marked its range of IRIS coronary stents and VISA II angioplasty balloon catheters. All supporting struts of the IRIS tubular stent are cut at an angle instead of horizontally to prevent stent migration in the balloon. They are connected by continuous and alternating G-joints which allow the stent to expand uniformly without gaps or prolapses in straight or curved lesions. The VISA II balloon catheters feature a 1.9 french shaft to be used with a 6 french guiding catheter.
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