Cardio Vascular Products

  • Z-MED™ II
  • Multi-Snare®
  • Mounted CP Stent™
  • Nit-Occlud® PDA
  • Nit-Occlud® ASD-R
  • Nit-Occlud® Lê VSD

pfm medical has made a name for itself with numerous technological innovations in interventional cardiac and vascular surgery. Our core competences are in the development and distribution of occluder, snares, catheters and stents.

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Mounted CP Stent™ - Cardiological Stent

The Mounted Bare and Mounted Covered CP Stent™ consists of a bare/covered CP Stent™ premounted on a BIB® Balloon Catheter. This already premounted system will save time and reduces the risk of dislodgement. Designed to be expanded by means of a balloon, the CP Stent™ was specifically developed for treating cases of aortic stenosis (in paediatric cardiology usually coarctation of the aorta). It has a very high radial strength. The CP Stent™ was designed by Dr John Cheatham. The Special Balloon-in-Balloon catheter (BIB®) implantation process is used to insert stents in a two-stage implantation process. This enables stents to be opened or expanded evenly and positioned correctly.

Nit-Occlud® Implantation Sheath

The Nit-Occlud® Implantation Sheath was developed for easy placement and safe positioning of occlusion devices. The sheath was specially designed for use with the pfm medical family of Nit-Occlud® occlusion systems .

QL® Inflation Manometer

The QL® Inflation Device is perfect for a wide array of applications such as balloon catheterization, stent deployment and fluid delivery. Its stable design and ergonomic handle make it easy to control. The quick latch mechanism allows for one-handed deflation, even at max pressure. The transparent syringe provides medical staff with a clear view of the contents and volume allowing the user to fully purge all air from the system.

Cardio Hook Grasping Forceps

The Cardio Hook Grasping Forceps are a retrieval instrument designed for interventional cardiology, particularly for the retrieval of foreign material such as misplaced or dislocated occluders. In general, they may also be used for the transluminal extraction of catheters, catheter fragments, and other foreign objects.

NuDEL™ - Cardiovascular Stent

The NuDEL™ is an all-in-one stent delivery system which is designed for the efficient and effective treatment of coarctation of the Aorta. It includes the proven technologies of the the Covered CP Stent™, mounted on a Balloon-In-Balloon catheter (BIB®), which is then covered by a sheath. Pre-loaded system saves time and allows for quick actions in emergency situations. CP Stent™, balloon, sheath: all-in-one system. CP Stent™ with correct corresponding balloon and sheath – ready to use.

Dilatation Catheter Mullins-X™

The Mullins-X™ dilatation catheter is the specialist when it comes to indications calling for extremly high pressure. It is ideal for stents placement and for stent redilatatation procedures.

Nit-Occlud® ASD-R

Nit-Occlud® ASD-R is knitted from a single nitinol wire without soldering. It consists of two discs, a distal or left one and a proximal or right one. The unique single-layer distal disc reduces the metal used in the left-atrium (LA) by around 50%, thus providing best patients benefit by reducing the thrombo-embolic risk.

Angiography Catheter – Occlu-Marker

The radiopaque angiography catheter is used for the accurate aortographic measurement of PDA. Three gold markers are positioned at precise intervals of 10 mm and 20 mm.

Valvuloplasty Catheter – COEfficient™

The COEfficient™ Pediatric Valvuloplasty catheter is engineered for maximum steering and tracking. The coaxial shaft design provides enhanced column strength and pushability combined with a flexible distal tip for optimum steerability. The distinguishing feature of this high-pressure balloon catheter is its extremely slim profile. It can be used with even the smallest introducer sheaths (4–7 FR at 13–7 ATM).

Atrioseptostomy Balloon Catheter – Z-5™

The atrioseptostomy catheter is suitable for patients with a small left atrium as well as for newborn babies requiring an atrioseptostomy due to a congenital heart disorder.