Exceptional pushability and torqueability are combined in the Tenor Steerable Guidewire to facilitate precise navigation in challenging anatomy during embolic procedures.
Features & Benefits
Additional features of the Tenor Steerable Guidewire include a highly shapeable tip for challenging anatomy, radiopaque visibility for accurate placement, smooth tracking for superb handling, and an ultra slick hydrophilic coating on distal segment. During a market evaluation, more than 80% of users rated the Tenor 0.018″ guidewire as superior or equivalent to their current wire across all key product attributes.*
Pushability and Torqueability
Exceptional pushability and torqueability to facilitate precise navigation
Highly Shapeable Tip
Highly shapeable tip to suit challenging anatomy
Radiopaque visibility provides for accurate placement
Smooth tracking for superb handling
- PFOA free PTFE on proximal segment
- Ultraslick hydrophilic coating on distal segment
- Innovative stainless steel core wire technology
- Specially designed distal core
- Platinum coil supported by radiopaque polymer jacket
Tenor Steerable Guidewire deforms less and therefore retains torque better when manipulated into a tight loop as compared to competitors in a market evaluation.*
During a market evaluation more than 80% of users rated the Tenor 0.018” Steerable Guidewire as superior or equivalent to their current wire of choice across all key product attributes.*
*Data on file at BioSphere Medical, Inc.
Discover more about the Tenor® Steerable Guidewires by reviewing the brochures and Instructions for Use.