CELLOTM Balloon Guide Catheter

CELLO™ balloon guide catheter includes the largest balloon guide catheter range from 6F to 9F for radial to femoral approach. Its technology is designed to achieve better clinical outcomes, reducing number of clot retrievals and occurrence of distal emboli.

SEE ALL ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE DEVICES

Overview

CONTROL PROXIMAL FLOW1

MAXIMISE
ASPIRATION

  • The large lumen ensures high aspiration force

MINIMISE VESSEL DAMAGE

  • Designed to reduce ovalisation, its braiding in both inner and outer layers enhance structural integrity

OPTIMISE DEVICE
DELIVERY

  • Overlapping braided tubes provide kink resistance and strong support for device delivery

SPECIFICATIONS

INDICATIONS

The CELLO Balloon Guide Catheter is indicated for use in facilitating the insertion and guidance of intravascular catheters into a selected blood vessel in the peripheral and neuro vasculature systems.

The balloon provides temporary vascular occlusion during these and other angiographic procedures.

IFU

 

View full instructions for use.

Cello Balloon Guide Catheter (pdf)

Characteristics

  • 4 different sizes
  • Stainless steel braided coils
  • Compliant silicone balloon with 2 markers for positioning and inflation control

Available CFNs

CFN Product Name Conformable (F) Outer Diameter (in) Inner Diameter (in) Tip Length (mm) Balloon Length (mm) Effective Length (cm) Total Length (cm)

1610060

Cello 6F+

7

0.079

0.051

3

7

95

103

1610070

Cello 7F+

8

0.094

0.067

3

7

95

103

1610080

Cello 8F

8

0.106

0.075

3

10

95

103

1610090

Cello 9F

9

0.114

0.085

3

10

92

100

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Oh JS, Yoon SM, Shim JJ, Doh JW, Bae HG, Lee KS. Efficacy of Balloon-Guiding Catheter for Mechanical Thrombectomy in Patients with Anterior Circulation Ischemic Stroke. J Korean Neurosurg Soc. 2017;60(2):155-164. doi:10.3340/jkns.2016.0809.003