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Ruby Coil - Large Volume Detachable Coils

Ruby Coil - Large Volume Detachable Coils

Purpose: 

The Ruby Large Volume Detachable Coils  have been specially designed for peripheral applications including  active extravasations in patients with trauma , selective embolization for aneurysms  ,  exclusion  and embolization of branches , embolization gastrointestinal bleeds and endoleaks. 

Indicated for  :

• Visceral Aneurysms
• Type II Endoleaks
• Hypogastric Coiling pre-stent grafting
• GDA Embolizations
• Gastro-Intestinal Bleeding
• Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt
• Balloon-Occluded Retrograde Transvenous Obliteration
• Gastric Varices
• Arteriovenous Malformations
• Ovarian Varicoceles
• Testicular Varicoceles

Features:

• Volume Advantage
• Complete Control
• Softness
• Extreme Deliverability

Benefits :

• Reduces the number of coils and procedure time by maximizing length and coil thickness
• Fully retractable coil with active mechanical detachment, delivers complete control
• Choice of Standard and Soft coils provide superior packing density while avoiding catheter kick-ou
• Only coil designed to be delivered through a high flow microcatheter

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