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Company Irvine Biomedical Inc.
Item Inquiry Fixed Curve Diagnostic Catheters
Features 
  • Precision handling designed to reduce procedure times - precise torqueability and pushability allow fast catheter placement and provide long-term tip stability
  • Consistent high fidelity diagnostic electrograms - platinum iridium electrodes, gold plated connectors and copper conductors produce high fidelity electrograms for easier interpretation
  • Rapid Connections - Quick Connect connector design provides a single-step cable connection for faster procedures
  • Description 4Fr, 5Fr & 6Fr diagnostic electrophysiology catheters with fixed curves.
    Info Irvine Biomedical Inc.
    Customer Service: (888) IBI-9876
    Web site: http://www.ibiep.com/

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