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Streamline Temporary Pacing Leads Convenience 6494 Unipolar Temporary Myocardial Pacing Wire

ProductsStreamline Temporary Pacing Leads Convenience 6494 Unipolar Temporary Myocardial Pacing Wire
Company Medtronic Inc.
Item Streamline Temporary Pacing Leads Convenience 6494 Unipolar Temporary Myocardial Pacing Wire
Features 
  • Conductive wire length extended from 50mm to 70mm
  • Curved myocardial needle diameter reduced from 0.55mm to 0.43mm to minimize trauma during heart wire insertion
  • Chest needle diameter reduced from 1.00mm to 0.86mm to minimize perforation
  • Color-coded leads come conveniently packaged, two per sleeve
  • NEW connector pin sleeves insulate connector pins while not in use
Description The Medtronic Model 6495 Bipolar Coaxial Temporary Pacing Lead is designed to provide the advantages of bipolar technology based on the sensing and pacing capabilities of the Medtronic Model 6500 Unipolar Temporary Pacing Lead.

The Streamline Temporary Pacing Leads are designed to provide consistent temporary sensing and pacing during and after cardiac surgery. Different models were designed for general or special applications whether it is unipolar atrial and/or ventricular pacing, pediatric unipolar pacing, and now bipolar coaxial pacing.

All Medtronic temporary pacing leads are compatible with Medtronic external pulse generators. Integrating more than 50 years of scientific and technological pacing expertise into our temporary pacing leads, Streamline leads are the leads you can trust.

Info Medtronic Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 551-5544
Web site: http://www.medtronic.com/

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