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Driver Over-the-Wire Coronary Stent System

ProductsDriver Over-the-Wire Coronary Stent System
Company Medtronic Inc.
Item Driver Over-the-Wire Coronary Stent System
Features 
  • New Cobalt Alloy: Stronger and more radiopaque than stainless steel
  • Chrome-Rich Oxide Layer: Similar proven finish as in stainless steel stents
  • Lower Profile: Easier tracking and crossing in tortuous anatomy
  • Thin 0.0036-in. Struts: For unmatched flexibility and deliverability
  • Designed for Direct Stenting: Short elements and ultra-thin struts combine for a low-profile system
  • Discrete Technology: Minimal balloon overhang respects healthy tissue
  • Secure Technology: Robust protection from proximal pillow encapsulating stents
  • Flexibility: Thin struts deliver unparalleled flexibility
  • Deliverability: Smooth, edgeless, modular design with 10 crowns and short 1.0 mm elements
  • Description The Driver Stent design, utilizing an advanced cobalt-based alloy, surpasses the limitations of stainless steel stents. This stronger alloy makes possible thinner struts, for unparalleled flexibility plus optimal vessel support. The Driver Coronary Stent Systemwith thin struts that deliver results.
    Info Medtronic Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 551-5544
    Web site: http://www.medtronic.com/

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