This uniquely constructed microcatheter contains a robust multi-layer shaft that provides impressive flexibility, torque and tracking over a 0.014” guidewire in complex coronary and peripheral interventions.
Portfolio of the Turnpike Catheters consists of the Turnpike Catheter (standard version), the Turnpike Spiral Catheter, the Turnpike Gold Catheter, and the Turnpike LP Catheter. Each catheter contains specific design elements to address various clinical challenges.
Multi-layer shaft provides exceptional delivery
Flexible, tapered tip for excellent trackability
The standard Turnpike Catheter features a long, flexible, tapered tip for excellent trackability in tortuous vessels. It is available in 135cm and 150cm lengths to facilitate both antegrade and retrograde complex coronary interventions.
Distal nylon coil provides rotational assistance for impressive trackability
The Turnpike Spiral Catheter has the same construction as the standard Turnpike Catheter, with the addition of an outer coil attached to the distal 2 cm of the catheter shaft. This outer coil is designed to provide additional rotational advancement to the Turnpike Spiral Catheter when it is rotated in a clockwise direction. Although the Turnpike Spiral Catheter is available in both 135 cm and 150 cm lengths, it is contraindicated for use in vessels with an effective diameter that is smaller than 1 mm. Therefore, it is not intended to be used as a retrograde coronary device.
Gold-plated, threaded metallic tip and distal nylon coil for enhanced advancement
The Turnpike Gold Catheter has the same shaft construction as both the standard and spiral versions, but replaces the soft polymer tip with a gold-plated, stainless steel tip for added rotational advancement through resistant lesions. The tip of the Turnpike Gold Catheter has threads (in addition to the threads on the shaft) that provide additional rotational advancement when the catheter is rotated in a clockwise direction. Although the Turnpike Gold catheter is available in 135cm and 150cm, it is contraindicated for use in vessels with an effective diameter smaller than 1mm. Therefore, it is not intended to be used as a retrograde coronary device.
Low-profile version with greater tip and distal shaft flexibility for advancement through extreme tortuosity
The Turnpike LP Catheter is similar to the standard Turnpike Catheter, but with a lower distal shaft profile and increased flexibility on the distal shaft and tip. It has the same long, flexible, tapered tip as the standard Turnpike Catheter and Turnpike Spiral Catheter and a smooth distal shaft for rotation in either direction during advancement. Its lower profile and increased flexibility makes the 150 cm Turnpike LP Catheter an ideal tool for navigating small and tortuous retrograde collateral vessels; while the 135 cm Turnpike LP Catheter can be used for antegrade procedures.