Access Product Solutions
We provide a full range of catheter technologies for the treatment of several disease states
MicroVention develops a full range of access products, including catheters and guidewires, that allow physicians to gain access to the treatment area. We strive to provide a wide range of innovative, high-quality access products designed to improve patient outcomes.
Our access product portfolio enables physicians to gain access to the brain through a minimally invasive treatment called endovascular therapy. An endovascular procedure requires a small incision made near the hip in order to access the blood vessels. Once the blood vessels are accessed, a catheter is typically inserted through this small incision and guided to the location of the brain where treatment is necessary. From there, the physician will deliver the treatment directly to the specified location through the catheter. Endovascular procedures offer many advantages, including a shorter recovery period, less discomfort, a small incision, and fewer risks for patients that have other medical conditions.*
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The majority of MicroVention's access products – guide catheters, intermediate catheters, microcatheters, balloon catheters, and guidewires – are specifically designed to work interchangeably across each of our product lines. In addition, we provide multiple-access product configurations that include a variety of length, flexibility, shape, inner and outer diameter, design, and material. Our focus is to provide ideal, integrated comprehensive solutions, easy-to-use products, and proven best practices to fulfill our customers’ needs from start to finish.
Access products allow doctors to gain access to the treatment area
01 — Guide Catheters
A catheter is a hollow, flexible tube inserted into a vessel to allow the passage of fluids or distend a passageway. Guide catheters are large, robust catheters that allow smaller catheters to pass through and facilitate the placement of various medical devices while providing stability during the procedure.
Intracranial Support Catheter
Distal Access Catheter
Scepter C™ & Scepter XC™
Occlusion Balloon Catheters