- Interventional Cardiology / Radiology / Electrophy
- DABRA 1222-5000-01 Expired 2020-08, Catheter, Tip Diameter 5 FR, Working Length 150 Cm, Box of 01
DABRA 1222-5000-01 Expired 2020-08, Catheter, Tip Diameter 5 FR, Working Length 150 Cm, Box of 01
Expired. Not for Human Use.
For lab testing and training only
The DABRA catheter is a full aperture ratio forward cutter, delivering fast ablation of all types of plaque, without the “dead-space” of fiber optic bundle catheters. It produces a clear, concentric lumen while minimizing trauma to the vasculature.
The DABRA catheter has a 1.5 millimeter blunt-tip design and a working length of 150 cm. DABRA removes plaque by photochemical ablation, limiting the vascular trauma which may be caused by the mechanical mechanism of action used in competing products.
|Used With||Introducer, Sheath, or Guide Catheter|
|Working Length||150 cm|
|Sheath Compatibility||5 Fr, 6 Fr, 7 F|
|Tip Diameter||5 Fr (.061″ / 1.5 mm)|
|Shaft Diameter||5 Fr (.061″ / 1.5 mm)|
|Minimum Vessel Diameter||2.0 mm|
- Safety. DABRA is designed to track the patient’s true lumen, or the center of the artery, and not to penetrate between the layers of the arterial structure known as the subintimal space. No serious device-related adverse events were reported in our 2017 pivotal study.
- Efficacy. Unlike many treatments for PAD that do not remove plaque, DABRA employs photochemical ablation to disintegrate plaque by breaking its chemical bonds, thereby reducing the plaque to the components of its fundamental chemistry.
- Utility. DABRA enables physicians to remove plaque from long and calcified lesions in arteries located in the lower extremities both above- and below-the-knee. DABRA is able to cross a wide variety of plaque, removing vascular blockages that other products are unable to cross.