Reflow Medical today announced it has launched its Reflow Spex Low Profile reinforced support catheters.
The Spex LP catheters are designed to provide the lowest profile tip to access and cross the tightest and most complex lesions with a supportive system. They come in 0.014 in. and 0.018 in. sizes and can be combined with the Reflow Spex 35.
Reflow’s new catheters also have a customizable tip that can be shaped to the desired angle and is compatible with a physician’s choice of guidewires and procedural technique.
“Using the new Spex LP with the Spex 35 creates a ‘telescoping’ action for extra support,” Jay Mathres, a Bradenton Cardiology Center doctor in Bradenton, Fla., said in a news release.
“Our physician partners expressed a need for a lower-profile support catheter that doesn’t sacrifice strength. Reflow delivered,” company cofounder and COO John Fulkerson said. “This product line was advance-engineered for treating complex critical limb ischemia (CLI), targeting an unmet clinical need.”