Guidewires for peripheral interventions

Precision in torque response

Controlled navigation in a 0.035” guidewire

  • Radiopaque marker coil for enhanced visibility
  • Excellent torque response for steerability
  • PTFE coating for enhanced device tracking
  • Available in straight, floppy and modified J-tip configurations
  • Torque device available with all models

Extra stiff for extra support

0.035” guidewire with durable inner core

  • Stainless steel core construction provides added strength for increased support
  • PTFE coating for enhanced device tracking
  • Radiopaque marker coil for enhanced visibility
  • Available in straight and modified J-tip configurations

Strength and support for stable access

0.035” guidewire with a long ultra-floppy tip

  • Heavy-duty proximal shaft provides distal support and pushability
  • 9 cm or 12 cm ultra-floppy tip facilitates atraumatic access and device placement
  • Smooth pre-coating of PTFE enhances wire delivery

0.014", 0.018" & 0.025" Guidewires

0.018” Guidewires with a variety of length, mandrel and tip options

  • Lengths ranging from 40cm to 130cm
  • Stainless steel or nitinol mandrels designed for flexibility and pushability
  • Coil tips available in soft, flexible stainless steel or highly radiopaque tungsten

Additional 0.014” and 0.025” Guidewires

  • 0.014” 50cm guidewire with nitinol mandrel and stainless steel tip
  • 0.025” 150cm guidewire with stainless steel spring coil, double-ended, straight and 1.5mm J-tip

The VSI Tru-Torque Steerable Guidewire facilitates placement of a catheter during diagnostic angiography and interventional procedures. The VSI Tru-Torque Steerable Guidewire can be accurately controlled to facilitate navigation through tortuous vessels and/or adjoining side branches. The Amplatz SST Steerable Guidewire facilitates placement of a catheter during diagnostic angiography and interventional procedures. The Amplatz SST Steerable Guidewire can be accurately controlled to facilitate navigation through tortuous vessels and/or adjoining side branches. The Axis Guidewire is intended to facilitate the placement of devices during diagnostic and interventional procedures. The VSI Guidewire is indicated for percutaneous entry of peripheral vessels using the Seldinger Technique. This device is not intended for use in the coronary or cerebral vasculature. Refer to the Instructions for Use for a complete listing of the indications, contraindications, warnings and precautions. Information in this material is not a substitute for the product Instructions for Use. CAUTION: Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician. Not all products are available in all regions. Please contact customer service to confirm availability in your region. Teleflex, the Teleflex logo, Amplatz SST, Axis and VSI Tru-Torque are trademarks or registered trademarks of Teleflex Incorporated or its affiliates, in the U.S. and/or other countries. MC-004238 Rev 0 Revised: 04/2018.