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Percutaneous vascular puncture is a complex procedure requiring a specialist's experience and knowledge, during which a wire guide is inserted with the help of an angiographic needle. One of the components of a successful insertion is using a high-quality, quickly, and precisely controlled insertion needle with scalpel sharpness.
Wire guides – long, flexible, atraumatic wires are used for insertion into blood vessels through a needle. They are designed to achieve and transition occlusions to facilitate the introduction of interventions such as stents or balloons. Wire guides can vary in material, diameter, core, tip design, spiral, and coating.
Successful recovery of a lost catheter particle, wire guide, or other foreign body from a vascular system is quite tricky. A specialist's unique skills and experience are beneficial in such cases, but the success of such a procedure often depends on special measures that facilitate the search process.
Introducers also called a sheath or an introducer sheath, are designed to insert balloons, stents, catheters, micro-catheters, or other diagnostic and interventional devices through the skin and vessel wall that cannot be inserted alone to reach the required site. The use of introducers reduces the risk of recurrent vascular wall damage.