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 via hepatic venous approach.
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.
Successful transseptal access has been achieved by transhepatic approach5,6. Optimized transseptal approach may be required in:
- Mitral valve repair 7
- VT Ablation8
- Pulmonary vein isolation 5,9
- Left atrial appendage occlusion 6
which have been previously performed successfully via transhepatic 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
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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