Transseptal Access Instructional Videos
Transseptal Access Using SafeSept .014" Guidewire
SafeSept Instructional Video 4:38
The SafeSept Transseptal Guidewire is specifically designed to cross the interatrial septum at the fossa ovalis with less force* and improved safety when supported by a transseptal introducer.
SafeSept Transseptal Guidewire Features 1:32
Description of SafeSept Transseptal Guidewire features and use.
SafeSept Transseptal Guidewire Suggested Procedure 1:59
Achieving transseptal access using the SafeSept Transseptal Guidewire. A suggested procedure for obtaining RA access, positioning and penetration of the fossa ovalis for LA access.
SafeSept Transseptal Guidewire Product Information 1:03
Intended use, indications, contraindications and warnings for the SafeSept Transseptal Guidewire.
TRANSSEPTAL ACCESS USING SAFESEPT GUIDEWIRE
Watch entire video including Feature overview and Suggested Procedure. 4:38
Device description and feature overview. 1:32
A SUGGESTED PROCEDURE
Achieving access, positioning and penetration of the fossa ovalis for LA access. 1:59
WARNINGS, INDICATIONS, AND CONTRAINDICATIONS
Important information regarding the SafeSept Needle Free. 1:01
COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO
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Asmundis C, Chierchia GB, Sarkozy A, et al. “Novel trans-septal approach using a Safe Sept J-shaped guidewire in difficult left atrial access during atrial fibrillation ablation,” Europace (2009) 11 (5):657-659.
Laish-Farkash A, Katz A, Fishman E, et al. “Clinical Experience with Routine Use of SafeSept J-Shaped Guidewire for Transseptal Puncture.” Barzilai Medical Center, Ashkelon, Israel, Cardiology Department, Electrophysiology Unit, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University, Ashkelon, Israel.
Wadehra V, Buxton AE, Antoniadis AP, et al. “The use of a novel nitinol guidewire to facilitate transseptal puncture and left atrial catheterization for catheter ablation procedures,” Europace (2011) 13 (10):1401-1405.
De Ponti R. “Transseptal catheterization for ablation in the left heart: what to do when the door is locked up tight?” Europace (2010) 12 (5):604-605
*Calculated from average transseptal needle and transseptal guidewire puncture forces during in vitro design qualification testing. SafeSept is a registered trademark of Pressure Products Medical Supplies, Inc. Patents 8,500,697; 8,292,910; 8,157,829; EP1542593; JP4496223. Other U.S. and worldwide patents pending.
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