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ProductsVascoStim 2/5F J
Company Vascomed
Item VascoStim 2/5F J
Features Easy and safe positioning, constant torque control, radiopaque, length bending, high positional-stability, user preformability.
Description Bipolar semi-floating pacing lead for temporary stimulation of the heart especially in emergency cases of bradycardial arrhythmias or for recording intracardiac ECGs.
Info Vascomed
Customer Service: +49-180 5-82726633
Web site: http://www.vascomed.de/

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