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Fathom? Steerable Guidewire
Fathom? Steerable Guidewire
Fathom? Steerable Guidewire
Fathom Steerable Guidewires feature a nitinol hypotube distal segment—a design that revolutionizes the ability to access even the most tortuous vascular beds. Watch to learn more.
Fathom? Steerable Guidewire
Fathom? Steerable Guidewire

The Fathom Steerable Guidewires - now with a new angled tip - combine a nitinol hypotube distal segment with advanced microfabrication technology, creating a design that revolutionizes access of the most tortuous vasculature.

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Fathom? Steerable Guidewires

Taking Fathom to New Lengths
The Fathom Steerable Guidewire combines a nitinol hypotube distal segment with advanced proprietary microfabrication technology, resulting in a Guidewire design that revolutionizes the ability to access the most tortuous vascular beds. Fathom is now available in both 0.016" and 0.014" diameters, in a variety of lengths from 140cm to the new 300cm Fathom-14 Guidewire.

NEW Angled Tip and Radial Lengths

  • Fathom-16 is now available in both 200 and 215cm lengths, specifically designed for radial access procedures
  • Both Fathom-16 and Fathom-14 are now available in a pre-shaped tip designed to help access the most difficult anatomy.

Turn-for-Turn Torque Control

  • Diamond-cut nitinol hypotube is designed to transmit turn-for-turn torque control to enhance responsiveness and maneuverability
  • Lubricious coating on the distal segment and PTFE coating on the stainless steel segment intended to facilitate guidewire placement and catheter tracking

Enhanced Visualization, Tip Shapeability and Flexibility

  • Platinum-tungsten shapeable distal tip is engineered to achieve accurate placement while maintaining tip shape memory
  • Variable stiffness along the length of the wire balances flexibility without compromising rail support
Fathom? Steerable Guidewire's Microfabrication Technology

Precise Steerability

Fathom? Steerable Guidewire precise steerability

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