The TRACOE aeris balloon dilatation catheter is intended for dilating strictures in the airways. Minimally invasive balloon dilatation is an effective atraumatic method of treatment for stenoses. Colour coding of the connections correspond to markers on the TRACOE high pressure inflation device REF 725 to ensure the correct pressure settings.
Dilatation can be repeated several times in succession during the procedure. The balloon is filled using the TRACOE high pressure inflation device REF 725, which is safe and easy to use.Speciality PATIENT FRIENDLY DILATION
1.Under bronchoscopy surveillance the dilation catheter is introduced and placed exactly at the stenosis.
2.The physician fills the balloon of the catheter with sterile water. This will radially expand the balloon and dilate the stricture in a controlled manner.
3.The innovative non-slip design of the balloon provides safe, secure placement reducing the risk of slippage.
4.Applying the optimal size leads to a continual extrusion of the stenosis.
|REF-No.||Patient Age||Balloon Size||Inflation Pressure|
|diameter x length||(max.)|
|REF 820-05||Premature < 30 weeks, Premature > 30 weeks, Neonates / Infants||5 x 30 mm||17 atm|
|REF 820-06||Premature > 30 weeks, Neonates / Infants||6 x 30 mm||17 atm|
|REF 820-07||Premature > 30 weeks, Neonates / Infants, 1 year||7 x 30 mm||17 atm|
|REF 820-08||2 - 4 years||8 x 30 mm||17 atm|
|REF 820-09||4 - 6 years||9 x 30 mm||17 atm|
|REF 820-10||6 - 10 years||10 x 30 mm||17 atm|
|REF 820-12||10 - 14 years||12 x 40 mm||10 atm|
|REF 820-14||12 - 16 years, Adult Female||14 x 40 mm||10 atm|
|REF 820-16||14 - 16 years, Adult Female and Male||16 x 40 mm||10 atm|
|REF 820-18||Adult Male||18 x 40 mm||10 atm|