Endosonics launches 64-chip imaging catheters:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Endosonics launched its Five-64 range of imaging catheters at the AHA meeting (Anaheim, California. November 13th-16th). The coronary catheters are so named because they have five microprocessor chips and 64 discrete ceramic imaging elements. Because there are no moving parts, the images do not suffer from non-uniform rotation artefacts and the catheter itself is more flexible than comparative mechanical devices. The imaging system is designed for use with Endosonics' Oracle PTCA balloons.
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