Thrombogenicity of hydrophilic and nonhydrophilic microcatheters and guiding catheters.

@article{Kallmes1997ThrombogenicityOH,
  title={Thrombogenicity of hydrophilic and nonhydrophilic microcatheters and guiding catheters.},
  author={David F. Kallmes and James K. McGraw and A J Evans and J Michael Mathis and R W Hergenrother and Mary Ellen Jensen and H J Cloft and M. Beatriz S. Lopes and Jacques E. Dion},
  journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={18 7},
  pages={1243-51}
}
PURPOSE To assess in a swine model the in vivo thrombogenicity of various microcatheters and guiding catheters as a function of catheter material, catheter coating, and duration of implantation. METHODS Microcatheters (Tracker 18 and Fastracker 18, Target Therapeutics, Fremont, Calif; Magic 1.8, Balt, Montmorency, France; and Transit, Cordis Endovascular Systems, Miami Lakes, Fla) were placed through 6F guiding catheters (Fasguide, Target Therapeutics, and Envoy, Cordis Endovascular Systems… CONTINUE READING

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