Thrombolex Clinical Case Results 2019 to 2020
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Clinical Case #1
Chronic Aorto-Iliac Occlusion
Clinical Case #3
Iliocaval Venous Thrombosis
Clinical Case #5
Iliofemoral and Popliteal Thrombosis (Underlying May-Thurner Syndrome)
Clinical Case #2
Acute Limb Ischemia
Clinical Case #4
Extensive Iliofemoral Thrombosis
Clinical Case #6
Bilateral Pulmonary Embolism
Clinical Case #7
Iliofemoral Thrombosis (Underlying May-Thurner Syndrome)
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All six (6) of the listed THROMBOLEX devices have received clearance from the USFDA for distribution in the United States and may be ordered directly from THROMBOLEX, upon order by a physician.
7201 BASHIR™ Endovascular Catheter
7101 BASHIR™ S-B Endovascular Catheter
7210 BASHIR™+10 Endovascular Catheter
7220 BASHIR™ +20 Endovascular Catheter
7230 BASHIR™ +30 Endovascular Catheter
7240 BASHIR™ +40 Endovascular Catheter
All six (6) of these devices are intended for the controlled and selective infusion of physician-specified fluids, including thrombolytics, into the peripheral vasculature.
Additionally, 7200 BASHIR N-X Endovascular Catheter has USFDA clearance for distribution in the United States and may be ordered directly from THROMBOLEX, upon order by a physician.
BASHIR N-X Endovascular Catheter is intended for the controlled and selective infusion of physician-specified fluids into the peripheral and pulmonary artery vasculature.
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