Large Vascular Access Ports with Pre-Attached Catheters

Large Vascular Access Ports with Pre-Attached Catheters

These easy-to-use Soloport™ Vascular Access Ports are for use with dogs, pigs, large primates and other large animals.

  • MRI compatible 
  • Choice of Silastic® and uncoated polyurethane
  • For applications dogs (>14 kg), pigs (scapulae) and other larger species
  • Available with pre-attached or detachable catheters

Item# Description U.S. List Price Quantity
72-4300 Large Vascular Access Port with Pre-Attached Silastic Catheter, 3 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-4301 Large Vascular Access Port with Pre-Attached Silastic Catheter, 3.5 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-4302 Large Vascular Access Port with Pre-Attached Silastic Catheter, 5 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-4303 Large Vascular Access Port with Pre-Attached Silastic Catheter, 7 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-4308 Large Vascular Access Port with Pre-Attached Uncoated PU Catheter, 3 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-4309 Large Vascular Access Port with Pre-Attached Uncoated PU Catheter, 3.5 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-4310 Large Vascular Access Port with Pre-Attached Uncoated PU Catheter, 5 Fr, pkg. of 1
72-4311 Large Vascular Access Port with Pre-Attached Uncoated PU Catheter, 7 Fr, pkg. of 1
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These easy-to-use vascular access ports are for use with dogs, pigs, large primates and other large animals.

  • MRI compatible 
  • Choice of Silastic® and uncoated polyurethane
  • For applications dogs (>14 kg), pigs (scapulae) and other larger species
  • With pre-attached or detachable catheters

The vascular access port has evolved from being an intravascular access port into a multi-purpose access port for use in intestinal, biliary, intraspinal, cranial, ventricular, and other applications. It is available in a variety of configurations for most speciesand catheter sizes. The catheter may be pre-attached during manufacture or attached intraoperatively by the surgeon. These ports are fabricated from the highest quality biomaterials.

Ports are entirely implanted catheter devices which do not exit through the animal’s skin. There is little concern about the animal disturbing the port thereby obviating the need for a jacket or other protective apparatus. Because there is no chronic exit site wound, infection risks associated with ports are considerably lower than with external catheters. The use of ports has provided many new research opportunities, and it represents a refined technique which has reduced animal use and minimized stress.

 

 

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