Originally designed for the tortuous neurovasculature, the KINETIX Guidewire micro-cut nitinol sleeve technology has been reengineered for unmatched workhorse performance in coronary interventions.
* Tip load/Tip flexibility is determined by measuring the amount of force required to buckle the distal tip of the guidewire. BSC information based on bench test data. N = 29; reference specific bench test data for more information. All testing used .014" guidewires. Bench test results may not necessarily be indicative of clinical performance.
KINETIX Guidewire micro-cut nitinol sleeve technology replaces conventional spring coil design, to provide more efficient energy transfer from physician hand to guide wire tip, for turn-for-turn torque response.
Introducing the KINETIX Guidewire, a revolutionary new class of workhorse technology designed to improve your procedural efficiency. It provides precision and control far beyond that of leading conventional spring coil wires, for unmatched performance without compromise to flexibility.*
C-code used for these products is C1769, guidewires. C-Codes are used for hospital outpatient device reporting for Medicare and some private payers.
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