Access Technology

Access devices are the products used to gain and maintain percutaneous entry into the blood circulation. A small puncture site made through the skin allows interventional tools entry to treat endovascular pathologies through minimal invasive techniques. Various access sites can be selected in the body to gain entry into either the arterial or venous system. The most frequently selected sites are the common femoral, radial, brachial, axillary, popliteal and tibiopedal arteries. For veins the most common access sites are femoral, jugular and popliteal veins.


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