The fastest route to market for a performance driven, cost effective PTCA or stent delivery balloon catheter
Imagine condensing 950+ years of experience in balloon catheter & stent delivery design into a single superior solution? Imagine vCath.
vCath is an off-the shelf and customisable PTCA balloon catheter solution available through our Design team. Taking our standard vCath chassis, we adapt the product to work for your specific angioplasty or stent therapy. Savvy customers have adopted vCath to reduce development effort, time and cost while improving time to market and bolstering their product portfolio.
What's inside the vCath box?
A high performing, cost effective balloon catheter.
vCath has been developed utilising Creganna Medical's proprietary SmartformTM balloon forming capability and in-house catheter componentry and assembly expertise. Our balloon catheter platform matches standard performance specifications with respect to burst, track and cross-ability. We don't stop there - vCath has evolved through a number of design iterations, multiple bench-top testing and pre-clinical animal facility testing to emerge a high performing balloon catheter solution.
Uniquely positioned to deliver a cost effective balloon catheter, we leverage our lower cost manufacturing locations combined with our internal economies of scale to achieve an economical unit manufacturing cost.
What's outside the vCath box?
Your brand name.
Who is using the vCath chassis today?
|PTCA Balloon Catheter||NC Balloon Catheter||Stent Delivery System|
|Multiple customisation programs completed and underway for customers in Europe, South America, India and China.||Customer partners in Asia and South America, very positive clinical feedback received against predicates.||Proven customised delivery platforms developed for multiple stent and bioresorbable stent programs.|
What physicians think?
vCath demonstrates equivalent clinical performance characteristics to market leading products
Partner of choice for the design and manufacture of minimally invasive access and delivery systems