CONTROL your gas delivery at a low pressure using the AngiAssist. The unique stopcock system and valves control the direction of gas flow allowing the delivery of CO2 in a nonexplosive fashion.
Each AngiAssist® is individually package, Gamma sterilized, and boxed in a pack of 10.
The AngiAssist® is pressure tubing and accessories intended to deliver pressurized medical gases through a designated pathway. This device has been designed specifically to control medical gases.
You ALWAYS know the direction of flow.
Device is more user-friendly for wider acceptance.
Eliminates explosive delivery issues.
More defined delivery flow.
Safe for the patient.
Cost reduction to end-user.
Cost reduction to managed care markets.
FDA registered for gas management and delivery.
The first port of the K-valve is connected to a 60-mL reservoir syringe. This syringe is Luer-locked and can be removed if greater volume is necessary. The next port located 60 degrees from the reservoir syringe is connected to the delivery syringe. A 30-mL syringe is included but can be exchanged. Gas is transferred in one step from the regulator to the reservoir syringe. The K-valve is then turned to the delivery syringe and the desired amount of CO2 is transferred from the reservoir to the delivery syringe. Purists would suggest pushing the gas from the reservoir to the delivery syringe to avoid the small possibility of aspirating gas through K-valve or similar stopcock system. When the appropriate amount of desired CO2 is in the delivery syringe, the K-valve is turned toward the efferent tubing. The efferent tubing has a distal one-way valve that cannot be inadvertently connected to the regulator. The three-way stopcock can be used to equalize the pressure in the delivery syringe and avoid explosive delivery as well as excessive volume due to compression. The one-way valve at the end of the efferent tubing prevents retrograde flow into the CO2 delivery system.