Perform transseptal access using an alternate approach with the SupraCross® Steerable Sheath and SupraCross® RF Wire.
When the conventional solution may not be optimal, use SupraCross® RF Solution to gain alternate access into the left atrium.
Cross normal, fibrotic, and aneurysmal septa1,2,3,4 with a short, focused RF energy pulse.‡
Instantly secure and maintain left atrial access with a flexible spiral tip1.
Support sheath exchange with a sturdy 0.035" stainless steel rail2.
Responsive, smooth, high-precision steering to confidently position your curve.
A fully steerable sheath with flexible dilator to facilitate navigating complex anatomy and precise positioning on the fossa2.
Optimized transseptal approach may be required in:
- Mitral valve repair 5
- Left ventricular tachycardia ablation 6
- Pulmonary vein isolation 1,2,7,8
- Left atrial appendage occlusion 9
which have been previously performed successfully via jugular venous approach.
|Wire length||180 cm|
|Radiopaque marker||Platinum tungsten coil; 3 cm|
|Distal coil diameter||2.4 cm|
Compatible with 0.035” dilators
|Sheath usable length||45 cm|
|Sheath overall length||65 cm|
|Dilator usable length||67 cm|
|Distal curve||Bidirectional (90° CCW, 180° CW)|
|Distal curve diameter||Small (17 mm), Medium (22 mm), Large (50 mm)|
Compatible with 12.5F introducers
|Product Number||Steerable Sheath||RF Wire|
SupraCross® Sheath (Small)
SupraCross® RF Wire
SupraCross® Sheath (Medium)
SupraCross® RF Wire
SupraCross® Sheath (Large)
|SupraCross® RF Wire|
All SupraCross® Solutions also include:
• 0.035” mechanical guidewire
• Single-use connector cable, compatible with RFP-100A Generators
• Grounding pad
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How to perform left atrial transseptal access and catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation from a superior approachSantangeli P, et al. J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol. doi.org/10.1111/jce.14294