NC SPRINTER RX NONCOMPLIANT BALLOON DILATATION CATHETER5
The NC Sprinter® RX Noncompliant Rapid Exchange Balloon Dilatation Catheter combines tried and true Sprinter technology with the high-pressure capability and controlled expansion of a noncompliant balloon.
HOW THE NC SPRINTER RX WORKS?
Stent implantation often follows balloon angioplasty. Once the stent is implanted, post stent deployment as assessed by IVUS or fluoroscopy may be completed to ensure adequate stent expansion and apposition against the arterial wall.1
The NC Sprinter RX noncompliant rapid exchange balloon dilatation catheter combines tried and true Sprinter technology with the high-pressure capacity and controlled expansion of a noncompliant balloon.2
ENGINEERED FOR EXACT SIZING TO ENHANCE STENT APPOSITION
- Available in lengths of 6 mm, 9 mm, 12 mm & 15 mm
- Available in diameters of 2.50 mm, 2.75 mm, 3.00 mm, 3.50 mm & 4.00 mm
1Brodie BR. Adjunctive balloon postdilatation after stent deployment: is it still necessary with drug-eluting stents? J Interv Cardiol. 2006;19:43-50.
2NC Sprinter balloon models 2.25 mm to 5.0 mm are indicated for the post-delivery expansion of balloon expandable stents.
3Test results based on distal balloon shoulder. Test data on file at Medtronic, Inc. Bench test results may not be indicative of clinical performance.
4Test data on file at Medtronic, Inc. Bench test results may not be indicative of clinical performance.
5Source of above information:http://www.medtronic.com/us-en/healthcare-professionals/products/cardiovascular/coronary-balloons/nc-sprinter-rx.html