The Shuttle® Tibial Infrapopliteal Access System can help you target below-the-knee lesions. The system consists of a Flexor® Shuttle Guiding Sheath and a special Slip-Cath® selective catheter. Flexor Guiding Sheaths feature a hydrophilic coating, coil construction, and a soft distal tip with a radiopaque band. Slip-Cath catheters feature a hydrophilic coating, braid construction, and a radiopaque Beacon® tip. The two components are sold separately.
The two components of the Shuttle Tibial Infrapopliteal Access System transition seamlessly.
The Flexor Shuttle Tibial Infrapopliteal Access System can simplify your infrapopliteal interventions by providing you with optimal support to help you target and reach distal lesions.
MINIMAL DEVICE EXCHANGES
You can advance the low-profile Flexor Shuttle system through your femoral introducer. This coaxial capability helps you minimize device exchanges when your are treating multilevel disease.
The tibial sizes of the Flexor Shuttle Guiding Sheath pair with 4 Fr or 5 Fr Slip-Cath® angiographic catheters that are designed specifically for the Flexor Shuttle system. This seamless fit further enhances support for your infrapopliteal interventions.
|Initial femoral access||Flexor Shuttle Guiding Sheath||Slip-Cath catheter|
|6 Fr||4 Fr||4 Fr|
|7 Fr||5 Fr||5 Fr|