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Developments in Angiographic and Interventional Instrumentation

  • K. H. Barth
Conference paper
Part of the Radiology Today book series (RADIOL.TODAY, volume 4)

Abstract

Among recent improvements in angiographic and interventional equipment, a modified guidewire provides a quite useful tool. The design separates the guidewire core from the braided guidewire jacket and makes both components individually applicable [1].

Keywords

Hepatic Artery Core Wire Spermatic Vein Left Brachial Artery Hepatic Arteriogram 
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References

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    Sos TA, Cohn DJ, Srur M, Wengrover SI, Saddekni S (1985) Technical developments and instrumentation: a new open-ended guidewire/cathether. Radiology 154: 817–818PubMedGoogle Scholar
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    Meyerovitz MF, Levin DC, Boxt LM (1985) Super- selective catheterization of small-caliber arteries with a new high-visibility steerable guide wire. AJR 144: 785–786PubMedGoogle Scholar
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    Smith TP, Darcy MD, Hunter DW, Castaneda W, Amplatz K (1986) A new super stiff guidewire. RadiologyGoogle Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg 1987

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  • K. H. Barth

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