The standard for left heart access.
Using radiofrequency energy for your transseptal puncture saves time,3,4 reduces the rate of serious complications,1-6 and increases success rates as compared to mechanical alternatives.
Successfully cross difficult anatomies.1 Cross aneurysmal septa while reducing excessive tenting,3 and fibrotic septa while reducing mechanical force.2
Reduce the rate of serious complications attributed to transseptal puncture, with the use of a radiofrequency needle.1,3-6
Cross the septum at precise locations. Fine tune your position with the rounded atraumatic tip prior to RF delivery.
Experience a shorter, more predictable transseptal puncture time.2-4 Reduce fluoroscopy time for transseptal puncture.3,5
Locate the RF needle on your mapping system. Visualize the tip’s exact location with a radiopaque marker during fluoroscopy.
Reduce skiving risk when advancing through the sheath and dilator, with a rounded atraumatic tip.†,5,7
|Needle curves||C0, C1|
|Needle lengths||56 cm, 71 cm, 89 cm, 98 cm|
|Compatible Transseptal Sheaths||Needle Length|
|6F small anatomy fixed curve - 48 cm||56 cm*|
|8F or 8.5F fixed curve - 63 cm||71 cm|
|8.5F fixed curve - 81 cm||89 cm|
|8.5F steerable curve - 71 cm||98 cm|
|Needle Curve||Needle Length||Product Code|
|Curve C0||56 cm*||NRG-E-56-32-C0|
|Curve C1||71 cm||NRG-E-HF-71-C1|
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