CONTROLLED DISPERSION TO PERIPHERAL VASCULATURE

ClariVein® IC is a specialty infusion catheter with a rotating wire tip designed for the controlled 360-degree dispersion of physician-specified agents to the peripheral vasculature. This fully disposable device is minimally invasive, efficient, easy to use, and has many benefits, including minimal post-operative pain and faster recovery. *

  • ClariVein IC Infusion Catheter
ClariVein IC Infusion Catheter

Minimal Recovery. Maximum Results.

The ClariVein infusion system includes a powered, specialty catheter with a unique rotating dispersion tip.

Motor Drive Unit

Responsible for the wire rotation.

ClariVein IC Infusion Catheter
ClariVein IC Infusion Catheter

Catheter Assembly

Includes infusion catheter, rotating wire, and dispersion ball together in a cartridge for secure fastening to the Motor Drive Unit (MDU).

Motor Drive Unit

Responsible for the wire rotation.

  • Self-Contained & Disposable: Fully self-contained, single-use device with no need for capital equipment purchase.
  • Single-Handed Operation: Motor Drive Unit designed to be fully operational with one hand.
  • Variable Rotating Speed: Multiple speed settings allow for rotating wire and dispersion ball to rotate between approximately 2,000 and 3,500 RPM.
  • Power System: The Motor Drive Unit is operated by a low voltage, self-contained power system.

Catheter Assembly

Includes infusion catheter, rotating wire, and dispersion ball together in a cartridge for secure fastening to the Motor Drive Unit (MDU).

  • Small Profile: <3 French infusion catheter.
  • Flexibility: Flexible coaxial infusion catheter has a rotating wire and a dispersion ball at the distal tip.
  • Good Imaging Visualization: Rotating wire and dispersion ball is easily identifiable under imaging guidance.
  • Excellent Pushability: Powerful torque designed for vessel navigation.
  • Visibility: Radiopaque markers for predicable pullback and infusion.
  • Custom Fit: Multiple catheter lengths available. Select size based on patient anatomy and desired tip location.