Guide wire education is a key piece of the continuing education (CE) pie. As clinical presentation of disease evolves and advances, interventional devices continue to evolve and advance as well. It is important to understand how new guide wires and microcatheters can be most effective. Understanding device features is the first step to selecting the […]Read More
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Interventional microcatheters are used to help enhance a guide wire’s navigation through the vessel to facilitate further wire exchanges en route to the affected area needing treatment. Vessels can have extreme tortuosity and calcification (among other issues) causing difficulty in maneuvering the guide wire through the channels. The interventional microcatheter adds another layer of guide […]Read More
Peripheral guide wires are used to deliver devices to affected areas of the peripheral vascular system. These particular arteries and veins can become occluded, restricting blood flow to a particular limb or area. Occluded areas that are not treated can cause afflictions such as Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) and Critical Limb Ischemia (CLI), leading to […]Read More
Neurovascular Guide Wires are wires of various diameters which physicians use to deliver therapeutic devices to either clots or aneurysms in the arteries in the brain. Blood clots are the results of obstructions restricting blood flow to the brain—robbing the brain of necessary nutrients. Aneurysms are bulges that form or “balloons” in the brain’s blood vessels […]Read More
Coronary guide wires are specialized pieces of equipment used to deliver therapies to diseased areas of the coronary arterial system – the vascular pathways responsible for providing the heart muscle with oxygenated blood. These occluded or partially occluded vessels restrict blood flow, starving the myocardial cells of oxygen and other necessary nutrients. This can lead […]Read More
Asahi Intecc and Kaneka Announce Marketing Collaboration for Kaneka Neurovascular Detachable Coils in US Asahi Intecc and Kaneka have entered into an agreement for a limited marketing collaboration for Kaneka’s i-ED ™ neurovascular detachable coils in the United States. Asahi Intecc’s neurovascular sales and clinical staff will provide sales and marketing support in selected centers, […]Read More
It has been confirmed that a malicious third party has sent spoofed emails pretending to be Asahi Intecc. Please delete any unfamiliar and suspicious emails promptly since there are possibilities that the emails contain a computer virus that infects your system by clicking the URL written on the email or opening the attached files that […]Read More
Asahi Intecc USA announces that the Neurovascular portfolio, consisting of Chikai Guide Wires and Fubuki Guide Catheters and Sheaths, will be sold by direct sales team as of January 1, 2021
Asahi Intecc USA is proud to announce that the Neurovascular portfolio, consisting of Chikai Guide Wires and Fubuki Guide Catheters and Sheaths, will be sold by our direct sales team as of January 1, 2021. We are very excited for this new opportunity to provide exceptional service to our customers, for the ultimate benefit of […]Read More
Important announcement from ASAHI INTECC!
The ASAHI Coronary Guide Wires you have been purchasing from ABBOTT VASCULAR will be available direct from ASAHI starting July 1, 2018.
ASAHI INTECC USA, Inc. will begin direct sales of its coronary (PTCA) guide wires in the US beginning July 1, 2018. These guide wires are currently distributed by Abbott Vascular. As of July 1, 2018 the entire portfolio of ASAHI PTCA guide wires will be available directly from ASAHI. All sales requests prior to July 1 should continue to be directed to Abbott.Read More
ASAHI INTECC USA, Inc. announces the commencement of direct sales of the ASAHI INTECC manufactured peripheral guide wires (guide wires for treatment of peripheral arteries). ASAHI INTECC USA, Inc. will undertake direct sales of the peripheral guide wires as of July 1, 2015.Read More