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Cardiac Balloon

Cardiac Balloon

Product information Company introduction Barty Medical specializes in the R&D, production and sales of coronary drug balloon, peripheral drug balloon, coronary PTCA balloon, peripheral PTA balloon, peripheral drug stent with independent intelligent property right as well as vascular......

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Product information
Company introduction
Barty Medical specializes in the R&D, production and sales of coronary drug balloon, peripheral drug balloon, coronary PTCA balloon, peripheral PTA balloon, peripheral drug stent with independent intelligent property right as well as vascular interventional and implantation equipments, like catheter sheath, angiographic catheter and guide catheter.

The product is intelligently designed to suit every need from treating tight lesions to negotiating through tortuous anatomies. this balloon is ideal for penetrating severely narrowed lesions with its wonderful performance.

Company Culture
Vision & Goal-Barty is committed to becoming a technical corporation with core competitiveness
in the field of interventional and implantation products!

Values- Gratefulness
Co-creating
Win-win
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Mission-We are committed to innovation and providing excellent products and service to patient!

Usual procedure
Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) is a minimally invasive procedure to open up blocked coronary arteries, allowing blood to circulate unblocked to the heart muscle.The procedure begins with the doctor injecting some local anesthesia into the groin area and putting a needle into the femoral artery, the blood vessel that goes down the leg.A long narrow tube called a diagnostic catheter is advanced through the introducer over the guide wire, into the blood vessel. This catheter is then guided to the aorta and the guide wire is removed. Once the guiding catheter is in place, a guide wire is advanced across the blockage, then a balloon catheter is advanced to the blockage site. And then balloon will be inflated for a few seconds to compress the blockage against the artery wall. The doctor may repeat this action for a few times, each time inflating the balloon a little more to widen the passage for the blood to flow through. This treatment may be repeated at each blocked site in the coronary arteries. A device called a stent may be placed within the coronary artery to keep the  vessel open. Once the compression has been performed, contrast media will be injected and an x-ray is going to be used to examine any changes in the arteries. After this, the catheter will be removed and the procedure is totally finished.