Tumescentless proprietary device dual action system drives excellent results1.
ClariVein®OC is a specialty infusion catheter for the occlusion of incompetent veins in patients with superficial venous reflux. The ClariVein®OC is fully disposable, minimally invasive, and can be efficiently used in an office setting. ClariVein®OC offers many patient benefits including minimal post-operative pain and faster recovery 2.
Introduced through a microintroducer set, infusion is through an opening at the distal end of the catheter and fluid delivery by use of a rotating wire and dispersion tip^.
The catheter is easily identified under vascular imaging and incorporates a cartridge for secure fastening to the Motor Drive Unit.
- Ease of Navigation
- Small Profile: < 3 French Infusion Catheter
- Flexibility: Multiple catheter lengths available. Navigatable catheter based on patient anatomy and desired tip location
- Flexible: coaxial catheter with rotating wire and a dispersion ball at the distal tip
- Marked: Conveniently marked catheter shaft allows for accurate pullback and infusion rate
- Excellent Visualization: Rotating tip and dispersion ball easily identified under imaging guidance
- Cartridge Attachment: Designed for secure fastening to Motor Drive Unit
Motor Drive Unit
Responsible for the wire rotation.
- Self-Contained & Disposable: Fully self-contained, single-use device with no need for capital equipment purchase
- Power System: The Motor Drive Unit is operated by a low voltage, self-contained power system
- Variable Rotating Speed: Multiple speed settings allow for rotating tip and dispersion ball to rotate between approximately 2,000 and 3,500 RPM
- Single-Handed Operation: Motor Drive Unit designed to be fully operational with one hand
^ Data on file
1. M Bishawi, et al., Mechanochemical Ablation in Patients with Chronic Venous Disease: A Prospective Multicenter Report, Phlebology, published online 2 July 2013, DOI: 10.1177/0268355513495830 (http://phl.sagepub.com/content/ early/2013/07/02/0268355513495830)
2. D. Boersma, et al., Mechanochemical Endovenous Ablation of Small Saphenous Vein Insufficiency Using the ClariVein® Device: One-year Results of a Prospective Series, European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, Volume 45 Issue 3 March/2013, p. 299-304.