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Extraction Catheter

Remove the Burden


Deliverability + Extraction Performance

Your first choice for fresh, soft thrombus removal

Extraction Catheter

Deliverability + Extraction Performance

Exceptional Performance
Optimal Tip Design
Direct contact tip design, combined with optimal tip angle, allows for direct contact with thrombus

Remarkable Deliverability
Excellent Pushability*
Flexible and kink-resistant Pebax distal end complemented by a more stiff proximal end to traverse tortuous anatomy

Easy Advancement*
Hydrophilically-coated distal end with a 4.5F crossing profile allows for ease of advancement

Exceptional Extraction Performance

Low Incidence of Clogging* Specifications
Working Length Rapid Exchange Segment Length Radiopaque Marker Crossing Profile 145 cm 10 cm Located 1mm from the tip 4.5F / 0.059 Guidewire Compatibility Extraction Lumen Area* Guide Catheter Compatibility Extraction Rate* 0.014 0.858 mm2 6F / 0.068 1.16mL/sec Consistent extraction lumen through the length of the catheter minimizes bottle-necking

The QuickCat Extraction Catheter combines exceptional deliverability and extraction performance creating one outstanding device.
* Data on file.

Pebax is a registered trademark of Arkema.

Extraction Catheter

Extraction Catheter

Product Ordering Information

Model Number 60090-01

Guide Catheter Compatibility (F / in) 6 / 0.068

Guidewire Compatibility (in / mm) 0.014 / 0.36

Catheter Crossing Profile (F / in) 4.5 / 0.059

Working Length (cm) 145

QuickCat is indicated for removal of fresh, soft emboli and thrombi from vessels in the arterial system. Product is intended for single use by physicians trained and experienced in diagnostic and interventional techniques. Standard techniques for placement of vascular sheath, angiographic catheters and guide wires may be employed.

Do not use without a guidewire, as vessel injury may result. Do not attempt to advance or retract the catheter against resistance until the cause of resistance has been determined by fluoroscopy or other means. Manipulation of the catheter against resistance may result in kinking of the catheter and/or vessel damage. If excessive slack or a loop in the guidewire is observed between the guide catheter and the monorail segment of the QuickCat Extraction Catheter during the procedure, the guidewire may become kinked within the vessel during catheter advancement or retraction. Remove the slack or loop in the guidewire before advancing or retracting the QuickCat Catheter to avoid catheter and/or vessel damage. If flow into the syringe stops or is restricted, do NOT attempt to flush the extraction lumen of the QuickCat Extraction Catheter while the catheter is inside the patient. Serious injury or death may result. Do not use a bent, kinked or damaged catheter as this may lead to vessel injury and/or an inability to advance or withdraw the catheter. Do not use for delivery or infusion of diagnostic, embolic or therapeutic materials into blood vessels.

Prior to use, check that all of the connections between components are secure and that the system has been completely primed or vacuum may be compromised. Do not tighten the hemostatic valve excessively onto the catheter shaft, or catheter damage may result. Use caution when crossing or retracting the QuickCat Extraction Catheter across a freshly deployed drug-eluting stent. Do not re-sterilize, re-process, or re-use the device. Do not replace system components with alternate components.


Use in vessels with a diameter < 1.5 mm. Use the venous system. The removal of fibrous, adherent or calcified material (e.g., chronic clot, atherosclerotic plaque).

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