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Peripheral Intervention
October 28th, 2014

Four additional Micropuncture® Access Sets are now available


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There are now four Micropucture Access Sets with trays. All of these sets include a palladium-tipped, nitinol wire guide and an EchoTip® needle. The sets, in 4 Fr and 5 Fr and standard and stiffened cannulas, also feature Transitionless-Tip™ coaxial catheter pair technology.

Fewer complications
In a study by Shah et al, access-site bleeding complication rates dropped from 11.7% to 2.6% when Micropuncture was used.1

Smooth entry
The coaxial catheter pair’s Transitionless-Tip has been engineered to glide into the vessel with less force.2

High visibility
The sharp, 21 gage needle features EchoTip technology that enhances ultrasound visibility. The supportive nitinol wire has a palladium tip for excellent visibility under fluoroscopy.

The latest part numbers can be found on the Micropuncture Access Set web catalog page and are:

Standard
MPIS-402-NT-U-SST
MPIS-502-NT-U-SST

Stiffened cannula
MPIS-402-10.0-SC-NT-U-SST
MPIS-502-10.0-SC-NT-U-SST

1. Shah H, Bansal A, Srinivasan V, et al. Vascular access site bleeding complications with Micropuncture needle in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization: a comparison with conventional Cook needle. Poster presented at: The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions 29th Annual Scientific Sessions; May 10-13, 2006; Chicago, IL. Abstract D-45.
2. Data on file.