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Coronary Guidewires

Guidewires are as critical as any tool in the interventional cardiology toolbox-without the right guidewire to access and deliver devices to a lesion, successful treatment through PCI is impossible. The right guidewire can lead to improved outcomes, reduced procedure times, and increased procedural throughput.

SENTAITM Guidewire Family

Boston Scientific collaborated closely with Japan-based Future Medical Design (FMD) Co. Ltd. in the development of its line of SENTAI coronary guidewires.  FMD is a leading design and manufacturing firm for interventional guidewire technology, and the exclusive global supplier of the SENTAI family of wires, which includes two frontline workhorse wires, seven specialty crossing wires, and an extension wire.
 

Torqueability
To safely navigate even the most challenging anatomy and access hard-to-reach lesions.

Crossability
To enable you to cross, and ultimately treat, even the most challenging and resistant lesions.

Durability
To enable treatment of multi-vessel cases with one wire, saving the time and expense of using additional wires.

Rail Support
For successful device delivery without the need for buddy wires or wire exchanges.

 

 

SAMURAI Guidewire

Workhorse wire with ICT for easy tip shaping, 1:1 torque, and optimal tactile feedback

  • Inner Coil Technology
  • Moderated hydrophilic coating
 

 

MARVEL Guidewire

Workhorse wire with hydrophilic coating, outstanding torque, and moderate support

  • Core-to-tip design
 

 

SAMURAI RC Guidewire

Versatile wire with ICT for frontline cases, visible channels, or collateral crossing

  • Inner Coil Technology
  • Hydophilic coating and extended spring coil
 

 

FIGHTER Guidewire

Polymer jacketed wire for loose tissue tracking, probing complex lesions, and knuckling

  • Clear polymer jacket and hydrophilic coating
  • Tapered 0.009” Core-to-tip design
  • Micro-stamped core
 

 

HORNET 10 Guidewire

Penetration wire with excellent control

  • Smallest tip profile of any coronary guidewire (0.008")
 

 

HORNET 14 Guidewire

Penetration wire with excellent control and more penetration force

  • Built to cross
  • Smallest tip profile of any coronary guidewire (0.008")
 

 

JUDOTM Guidewires

Part of the SENTAITM Guidewire Family

Designed with Micro EMT technology to have an ultra low crossing profile and exceptional steerability, JUDO Guidewires are ideal intraluminal crossing wires for complex lesions.

 

Superb ability to probe and cross complex lesions and fibrous tissue.

 

Outstanding flexibility to maintain position on the true lumen while maneuvering through complex lesions and tortuosity.

 

Exceptional torque response for precision steering in tight lesions.

 

 

JUDO 1 Guidewire

Soft intraluminal crossing wire for antegrade microchannels

  • Smallest Tip on the Market (0.008”)
  • Micro EMT Technology
 

 

JUDO 3 Guidewire

Intermediate intraluminal crossing wire for fibro-calcific lesions

  • Smallest Tip on the Market (0.008”)
  • Micro EMT Technology
 

 

JUDO 6 Guidewire

Extra penetration with excellent steerability in tight lesions

  • Smallest Tip on the Market (0.008”)
  • Micro EMT Technology
 

 

Guidewire Technology

What makes a Boston Scientific coronary guidewire unique? Discover more about our proprietary guidewire technologies.
 

Inner Coil Technology

The advanced design of the stainless steel core and Inner Coil Technology provides a unique combination of exceptional torqueability, rail support, and shape retention.

  • Stainless steel inner coil affixed directly to the distal end of the guidewire core
  • Improved durability and ease of shaping
  • Exceptional torqueability without whipping
 

Micro EMTTM Technology

MICRO EMT exactly matches the taper of the core and coil, allowing for a lower profile and a more flexible core, leaving almost no room for the core to move within the coil, resulting in 1:1 torque.

  • Entry: The smallest tip on the market (0.008”) and the long taper (6 cm) facilitate easy lesion entry in even the most complex lesions.
  • Maneuverability: A flexible distal shaft enables excellent intraluminal navigation in complex lesions, with minimal perforation risk.
  • Torque: With exactly matched tapers, the core and coil move as one, eliminating whip and empowering precise steerability.
 

 

Guidewire Selection & Clinical Application

We have wires to fit the needs of your case. Compare clinical application and tip load to find the right guidewire to fit your needs.
 
SENTAI Guidewire Selection
 

 

Available Guidewires

 
 
 
 
 
 
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