Orchestra™ guidewires are constructed with kink-resistant nitinol that provides turn-for-turn torque control and atraumatic navigation. The hydrophilic-coated Orchestra™ shaft reduces surface friction for easier advancement and withdrawal within the urinary tract. The radiopaque outer jacket provides enhanced fluoroscopic visibility for accurate positioning.
Nitinol Shaft and Core
- Turn-for-turn torque control for precise navigation, control, and positioning through tortuous anatomy
- Ideal blend of stiffness and flexibility for effective and atraumatic navigation
- Excellent kink resistance at maximum deflection
- Reduces surface friction for ease of insertion, advancement, and withdrawal
- Promotes rapid catheter and/or stent placement
- Available in straight and angled tip designs to accommodate a variety of procedural requirements
- Stiff shaft options designed for easier advancement of devices and to straighten tortuous anatomy
|OrchestraTM Nitinol Guidewire|
|Item||Shaft||Diameter||Tip||Length (cm)||Sales UOM||EA / Sales UOM|
|AEAD35||Standard||0.035″||Straight||150||Retail Box||5 EA|
|AEAE35||Standard||0.035″||Angled||150||Retail Box||5 EA|
|AECD35||Stiff||0.035″||Straight||150||Retail Box||5 EA|
|AECE35||Stiff||0.035″||Angled||150||Retail Box||5 EA|
INDICATION The hydrophilic guidewire is intended to facilitate the placement of devices through the urinary tract during endourologic procedures.
CONTRAINDICATIONS The hydrophilic guidewire is not intended for use other than for endourologic procedures.
WARNINGS This type of instrument must only be used by trained and experienced professionals. Single Use Only. Reuse of this single use product may create a potential risk to the user.
PRECAUTIONS Excessive force against resistance may result in damage of the guidewire and/or damage of the urinary tract. Never advance the guidewire without first determining the reason for resistance. Never advance the guidewire without use of fluoroscopic guidance (or equivalent). Hydrophilic guidewires must be kept hydrated for the duration of the procedure.
ADVERSE EFFECTS Potential complications associated with device use may include perforation of the ureter, lesions of the urinary tract, trauma or shearing of the hydrophilic guidewire if the operating procedure and the warnings outlined in the instructions for use are not observed.
See the device manual for detailed information regarding the implant procedure, contraindications, warnings, precautions, and potential complications/adverse events. For further information, call Coloplast Corp at 1-800-258-3476 or consult the company website at www.coloplast.us
CAUTION: Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by, or on, the order of a physician.
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