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FilterWire EZ Embolic Protection System

ProductsFilterWire EZ Embolic Protection System
Company Boston Scientific Corporation
Item FilterWire EZ Embolic Protection System
Features Fewer Complications:
  • Reduces major adverse events associated with SVG interventions.
  • The BLAZE Registry shows comparable results to the randomized FIRE Trial, confirming the safety and performance of the FilterWire EZ System.
  • Conforming filter frame is designed to ensure reliable wall apposition in vessels of varying size/shape.
  • Nitinol wire loop allows 360 apposition, reducing particle drift between filter loop & vessel wall.
  • NEW Suspended Loop Design:

  • Allows the filter to be placed in both straight and curved vessels.
  • Helps maintain vessel wall apposition even with changing wire bias.
  • Simplifies landing zone requirements; does not require 2 views to assess apposition. (As compared to the BSC FilterWire EX System
  • IMPROVED Delivery and Crossing:

  • A highly flexible tip with 3.2F crossing profile and smooth transition simplifies delivery.
  • Standard .014" guide wire with added silicone coating on spring tip and delivery sheath tip improves lesion crossing. (Based on BLAZE Registry device and clinical success rates (compared to FilterWire EX System).
  • 6F guide catheter compatible (minimum ID .066").
  • NEW Pre-loaded, Peel-away Delivery Sheath:

  • Pre-loaded protection wire allows quick and easy device preparation.
  • Peel-away delivery sheath provides rapid exchange convenience and constant wire control.
  • Description Predictable Protection Made Easy. The new generation FilterWire EZ System has focused improvements on effectiveness and ease of use, providing you with the confidence of greater predictability for SVG stenting and angioplasty procedures.

    The FilterWire EZ System adds predictability to the procedure while requiring minimal changes to technique. The filter loop provides protection in a broad vessel diameter range from 3.5 to 5.5 mm with one device. The FilterWire EZ System is designed to be placed in both straight and curved vessels. Its suspended loop design supports the filter allowing for complete vessel wall apposition. A highly flexible tip with a 3.2F crossing profile and smooth transition makes the FilterWire EZ System very deliverable. The pre-loaded, peel-away delivery sheath is easy to prepare and provides rapid exchange-like convenience.

    Info Boston Scientific Corporation
    Customer Service: (888) 272-1001
    Web site: http://www.bostonscientific.com

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