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SafeSept™

Transseptal Needle Wire

SafeSept product sheet.pdf

SafeSept provides a precise perforation of the interatrial septum and a safe guidance of the standard transseptal needle into the left atrium. The transseptal puncture is an important requirement e.g. for left atrial or ventricular ablation procedures, placement of left atrial appendage occlusion devices or mitral valve clips. Confirmation of the correct puncture can be done fluoroscopically. Numerous procedures with SafeSept world wide confirmed it to be the perfect tool for reaching the left atrium safe, reliable and fast. This is especially true for highly fibrotic septa or septum aneurysma.¹

Properties

  • Precise and smooth
  • Minimal force needed due to extra fine and sharp needle tip
  • Reliable puncture also when facing fibrosis or septum aneurysma
  • Safe transseptal puncture

  • Atraumatic J-shape immediately after septum perforation

  • Fluoroscopic visibility to safely confirm correct puncture site by x-ray only, pressure measurement or contrast injection not necessary but also possible (please ask)

  • Guidance for safe advancement of the transseptal standard needle

  • Fits all available transseptal standard needles
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SafeSept provides a precise perforation of the interatrial septum and a safe guidance of the standard transseptal needle into the left atrium. The transseptal puncture is an important requirement e.g. for left atrial or ventricular ablation procedures, placement of left atrial appendage occlusion devices or mitral valve clips. Confirmation of the correct puncture can be done fluoroscopically. Numerous procedures with SafeSept world wide confirmed it to be the perfect tool for reaching the left atrium safe, reliable and fast. This is especially true for highly fibrotic septa or septum aneurysma.¹

How To Use

Picture 1

  • Transseptal standard method towards septum
  • Introduction of SafeSept into transseptal standard needle

Picture 2 und 3

  • Perforating the septum with the sharp SafeSept

Picture 4

  • Further advancement of the atraumatic SafeSept into one of the pulmonary veins
  • Fluoroskopic confirmation of correct puncture

Picture 5

  • Safe and guided advancement of the transseptal standard needle “over-the-wire”
  • Advancement of dilator and sheath

¹Wadehra, V.; Buxton, A. E.; Antoniadis, A. P. et al.: The use of a novel nitinol guidewire to facilitate transseptal puncture and left atrial catheterization for catheter ablation procedures. Europace Advance Access, published August 8, 2011

¹Ponti, R. de: Transseptal catheterization for ablation in the left heart: What to do when the door is locked up tight? Europace Advance Access, published April 10, 2010

¹Wieczorek, M.; Hoeltgen, R.; Akin, E.; Reza, Salili, A.: Use of a novel needle wire in patients undergoing transseptal puncture associated with severe septal tenting. In: Journal of Interventional Cardiac Electrophysiology 27 (2010) 1, p. 9–13

Further information can be found in the instructions for use.

Gebrauchsanweisung SafeSept

Asmundis C.

Wadehra V.

Laish-Farkash A.

Stöckigt F., Eberhardt F., Horlitz M.

Wieczorek M.

De Ponti R.

SafeSept Transseptal Guidewire Instructional Video


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SafeSept Transseptal Guidewire Suggested Procedure

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SafeSept Transseptal Guidewire Product Information

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Available on request: info@bispingmed.de

SafeSept™

ProductDiameterLengthOrder no.
SafeSept SS-1350.014"135 cm06 1071 00

Product sheet

SafeSept product sheet.pdf