T-Port Low Profile Contrast


The implantable port system T-Port Low Profile Contrast made of titanium is used to administer systemic chemotherapy, long-term parenteral nutrition or long-term medication. This port system also permits the high-pressure application of contrast mediums as part of regular tumour staging.


Benefits

Titanium material of proven quality  The excellence material ensures a highly reliable usage.

Suitable for high-pressure applications  The pressure resistance of the system allows the application of certain substances with high pressure.

Safe identification  The radiopaque CT marking on the bottom of the port ensures safe identification as a high-pressure port.

Small dimension  Small version for more discreet placing of the port.

Connection mechanism  Transparent click-connector for simple and easy connection as well as secure and reliable fixation of catheter and port chamber.

Details

  • High pressure-resistant catheter made from biostable, implantation-tested polyurethane (PU)
  • Radiopaque catheter
  • Vessel-friendly atraumatic catheter tip
  • Connectable catheter
  • Highly compressed silicone membrane for secure closing of septum and secure holding of puncturing needle
  • Well-palpable septum for safe identification of the puncture site
  • Latex-, DEHP- and PVC-free

Tech. Data

  • Pressure stability: up to max. 21 bar/300 psi with maximum flow rate of 5 ml/s
  • Length of catheter: 750 mm
  • Dimension: 23 mm (Ø base plate) × 10.0 mm (height))
  • Weight: 8.0 g
  • Residual volume chamber: 0.2 ml
  • Septum diameter: 9.0 mm
  • Puncuture frequency (non-coring 19-G needle): 600

Catheter PU soft 1.3 x 2.2 mm

  • Flow rate*: 30 ml/min.
  • Residual volume: 0.18 ml/10 cm Length of catheter

Catheter PU soft 1.6 x 2.6 mm

  • Flow rate*: 35 ml/min.
  • Residual volume: 0.23 ml/10 cm Length of catheter

*19-G-needle, 0.9-%-NaCl solution, Length of catheter 40 cm, Gravitation altitude difference 100 cm

Knowledge

The required flow rate and pressure stability (for the injection of contrast media for CT examinations) can be ensured by using a 19 G (1.1 mm) Huber needle from the Jetcan™ range or with the EZ Huber™ safety infusion cannula (to avoid needlestick injuries). Both product ranges are available from pfm medical.

Test conditions: High-pressure injector with a set maximum pressure of 21 bar/300 psi; flow rate 5 ml/s; connection tube 1.5 m, 60 s; contrast medium Visipaque® 320 at a temperature of 37 to 38°C; with vascular simulation; Jetcan™ (19 G, 25 mm) Huber needle with extension. Instructions for use and port care advice must be strictly adhered to. Data from in-vitro test series are available on request.

Configurations

Set components

  • 1 Port with CT marking
  • 1 Catheter with atraumatic tip
  • 2 Click-connectors
  • 1 Rinsing needle
  • 1 JetCan™ straight Huber needle (22 G, 25 mm)
  • 1 Vein lifter
  • 1 purple bracelet for identification of high-pressure port
  • 1 Introducer kit (peel-away sheath with dilator, guide wire 700 mm with J-tip, puncture needle)
  • 1 Tunnelling needle
  • 1 Patient ID-card
  • 2 Syringes 10 ml with DualPort Contrast

 Basic components

  • 1 Port with CT marking
  • 1 Catheter with atraumatic tip
  • 2 Click-connectors
  • 1 Rinsing needle
  • 1 JetCan™ straight Huber needle (22 G, 25 mm)
  • 1 Vein lifter
  • 1 purple bracelet for identification of high-pressure port
  • 1 Patient ID-card

 Separate introducer kit available on request.

Manufacturer

pfm medical cpp SA

9, Allée du Quartz

CH 2300 La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland

Ordering Information

T-Port Low Profile Contrast
REFODVersionIDCatheterMaterialPU
61.635.62.0872.6 mmBasic1.6 mm8.0 FPU soft1
61.635.63.0772.2 mmBasic1.3 mm6.6 FPU soft1
61.636.62.087-K2.6 mmSet1.6 mm8.0 FPU soft1
61.636.63.077-K2.2 mmSet1.3 mm6.6 FPU soft1