Barrx™ 360 Express RFA Balloon Catheter

Long Description:

The Barrx™ 360 express RFA balloon catheter simplifies circumferential ablation with a self-adjusting balloon catheter that eliminates the sizing process.  The custom-fitting balloon catheter automatically inflates to the appropriate size based on the patient’s esophagus.

Barrx™ 360 RFA Balloon Catheter

Long Description:

The Barrx™ 360 RFA balloon catheter with a 360 degree electrode array works with the Barrx™ 360 soft sizing balloon and the Barrx™ Flex RFA energy generator to deliver a short burst (< 1 sec) of ablative energy circumferentially to the esophagus.

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Specifications

Specifications:
Physical Characteristics
Balloon Length 3 cm
Balloon Diameters 18 mm, 22 mm, 5mm, 28 mm, 31 mm
Catheter Shaft Diameter 7 mm
Catheter Shaft Working Length 85 cm
General Characteristics
Single patient use sizing balloon
Packaged individually
Order Information
Order Code Diameter Ordering Quantity
32041-18 18 mm 1 Each
32041-22 22 mm 1 Each
32041-25 25 mm 1 Each
32041-28 28 mm 1 Each
32041-31 31 mm 1 Each

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Barrx™ 360 Soft Sizing Balloon

Long Description:

The Barrx™ 360 soft sizing balloon works with the Barrx™ Flex RFA energy generator to measure the esophageal inner diameter.

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Specifications

Specifications:
Physical Characteristics
Balloon Length 4 cm
Balloon Diameter 47.5 mm (3 psi)
Catheter Shaft Diameter 7 mm
Catheter Shaft Working Length 85 cm
General Characteristics
Single use
Includes the Barrx™ 360 soft balloon filter (FL-200C)
Order Information
Order Code Ordering Quantity
3441C 1 Each 

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Overview:

Advanced 360 Degree Ablation

The Barrx™ radiofrequency ablation system facilitates a 360 degree, 3 cm long ablation for treating short and long segments of Barrett's epithelium.

The components of the Barrx™ radiofrequency ablation system—including the Barrx™ 360 soft sizing balloon and the Barrx™ 360 RFA balloon catheter—are designed to work together to achieve the removal of the Barrett's esophagus tissue in a short, well-tolerated endoscopic procedure with consistent and effective results.([FOOTNOTE=Ganz RA, Utley DS, Stern RA, et al. Complete ablation of esophageal epithelium with a balloon-based bipolar electrode: a phased evaluation in the porcine and in the human esophagus. Gastrointest Endosc. 2004;60:1002-10.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]),([FOOTNOTE=Dunkin BJ, Martinez J, Bejarano PA, et al; Thin-layer ablation of human esophageal epithelium using a bipolar radiofrequency balloon device. Surgical Endoscopy. 2006;20:125-30.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]),([FOOTNOTE=Sharma VK, Wang KK, Overholt BF, et al. Balloon-based, circumferential, endoscopic radiofrequency ablation of Barrett's esophagus: 1-year follow-up of 100 patients. Gastrointest Endosc. 2007.;65:185-94.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]),([FOOTNOTE=Fleischer DE, Overholt BF, Sharma VK, et al. Long-term (2.5 year) follow-up of the AIM-II trial for ablation of Barrett's esophagus: results after primary circumferential ablation followed by secondary focal ablation. Gastrointest Endosc. 2007;65:AB135.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=]),([FOOTNOTE=Smith CD, Bejarano PA, Melvin WS, et al. Endoscopic ablation of intestinal metaplasia containing high-grade dysplasia in esophagectomy patients using a balloon-based ablation system. Surg Endosc. 2007; 21:560-569. ],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])