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Cardioblate CryoFlex

10-S Surgical Ablation Probe

Cardioblate CryoFlex 10-S Surgical Ablation Probe

Where Flexibility and Control Converge

Summary

The Cardioblate® CryoFlexTM 10-S Surgical Ablation Probe optimizes malleability and shape retention to provide secure tissue apposition and produce linear lesions. With added rigidity compared with the standard Cardioblate CryoFlex probes, the 10-S Probe is firm enough to secure tissue contact, yet easy to reshape by hand multiple times.

Increased Rigidity

The CryoFlex 10-S Probe is more rigid than the standard CryoFlex probes. The 10-S Probe is hand malleable, but the increased rigidity makes it a better option for surgeons desiring a more substantial cryoablation instrument.

The distinctly malleable Cardioblate® CryoFlex™ 10-S Surgical Ablation Probe

Hand Malleable

The tip of the probe can be custom shaped quickly by hand to meet the specific needs of the surgical case. A shaping tool is not required to control the contour of the CryoFlex probe.

Adjustable Insulation Sheath

The ablation length of the probe tip can be adjusted using a sliding insulation sheath, helping to shield non-targeted tissue.

Argon-powered Cryoablation

Argon gas is the coldest ablation source commercially available for the surgical treatment of cardiac arrhythmias. The CryoFlex probe reaches temperatures of approximately -150°C in test freezes.1


Important Safety Information

Potential adverse events with this device are similar to other cardiac surgery procedures and may include the following: bleeding; re-operation; extension of extracorporeal bypass; heart rhythm disturbances (atrial and/or ventricular); pericardial effusion; pericarditis; cardiac tamponade; pleural effusion; mediastinitis; conduction disturbances (SA /AV node); acute ischemic myocardial event; thrombus formation; low cardiac output; stroke; renal, gastrointestinal or respiratory complications; sepsis; adjacent structural damage; and death.



References

1

Medtronic data on file.