ClariVein® OC Infusion Catheter

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Feature & Benefits


Responsible for the wire rotation.

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


Catheter assembly for Clarivein

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.

The ClariVein OC Advantage

Minimally Invasive X X
Quick Procedure Time X X
Fast Return to Normal Activities X X
May Help Minimize Patient Discomfort X X
Performed In an Out-Patient Setting X X
Low Profile Catheter Accommodates a Range of Vessel Sizes X  
Reduced Cost: Fully Disposable Device, No User Serviceable Parts X  


^ Elias, S., Lam, Y. L., & Wittens, C. H. A. (2013, March). Mechanochemical Ablation (MOCA): Status and Results [greater than two years data]. Phlebology, Vol. 28 (suppl. 1), pp. 10-14.DOI: 10.117/026835513477787



Discover more about the ClariVein® OC Infusion Catheter by reviewing the brochures and Instructions for Use.

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