There are two types of control syringes commonly used in angiographic procedures:
Fixed-luer syringes feature a solid, one-piece design that enables secure, leak-free connections, but connecting and disconnecting them from catheters and manifolds can be awkward. Rotating-luer syringes are easier to connect and disconnect as a result of their O-ring design, but they are prone to loose, wobbly connections and air leakage, putting patients at risk of air embolism.
The patented AirTight Control Syringe with Slip-Ring Technology bridges the gap between fixed- and rotating-luer designs, offering easy connection and disconnection to catheters and manifolds without compromising patient safety.
NEWS & EVENTS
AirTight Control Syringe Cleared
PMT Partners announced that the FDA and CE-Mark cleared AirTight Control Syringe was approved for sale, and the company began shipping product on September 1, 2019. The AirTight Control Syringe is intended to inject contrast media or saline during angiographic procedures and offers substantial improvements...
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