ClariVein®

ClariVein®IC is a specialty infusion catheter with a rotating wire tip designed for the controlled 360-degree dispersion of physician-specified agents to the targeted treatment area. Use of the ClariVein®IC does NOT require painful anesthesia and will not cause thermal agitation.

ClariVein®IC is designed with a low profile for ease of entry and patient comfort to facilitate fast return to work and normal activities.

ClariVein®IC is intended for the infusion of physician-specified agents in the peripheral vasculature.

What is ClariVein®IC

ClariVein®IC is a specialty infusion catheter with a rotating wire tip designed for the controlled 360-degree dispersion of physician-specified agents to the targeted treatment area. The ClariVein®IC is fully disposable, minimally invasive, and can be efficiently used in an office setting.

The ClariVein®IC device is a thin catheter (tube) that your doctor temporarily inserts into the peripheral vasculature through a pin-sized entrance point. ClariVein®IC is several times smaller than other devices used in peripheral vascular treatments allowing the entrance point to be smaller.

Why Choose ClariVein®?

ClariVein®IC is designed with a low profile for ease of entry and patient comfort to facilitate fast return to work and normal activities. The ClariVein®IC is designed to only require local anesthetic at the access site based on patient need and physician preference.

  • Can be performed in our office
  • Typically takes very little time
  • Only requires a pin-sized entry through the skin

What Happens During the Procedure

Once positioned inside the peripheral vasculature via a pin-sized entry through the skin, the rotating wire of the ClariVein®IC is activated to deliver medicine specified by your physician. The medicine is delivered via the unique rotating dispersion wire tip of the catheter facilitating 360-degree coverage of the vessel and the vessel wall.

Indications for Use

The ClariVein®-IC is intended for infusion of physician-selected agents in the peripheral vasculature.

Contraindications
The ClariVein®-IC is not intended for use in the following:

  • Coronary and cerebral vasculature
  • Pulmonary Vasculature
  • Diseased and atherosclerotic Arteries
  • Infusion of blood and blood products

Adverse Effects
Potential adverse effects that might be associated with ClariVein®-IC are similar to those associated with any interventional procedure and include the following:

  • Abrupt thrombosis and occlusion of the treated vessel
  • Bleeding from the site of access
  • Vascular rupture and perforation
  • Vascular dissection
  • Hemolysis
  • Hematoma
  • Embolization
  • Reaction to contrast medium
  • Pain
  • Pseuoaneurysm
  • Hypotension
  • Hypertension
  • Infection at the access site
  • Neurological deficits including stroke and death

 

Meet Our Doctors

Meet Our Doctors

Eddy H. Luh, MD FACSVascular Surgeon

Dr. Eddy Luh graduated from Cornell University. He then received his medical degree from the University of Vermont College of Medicine. Dr. Luh completed his General Surgery residency here in Nevada at the University of Nevada Affiliated Hospitals. He then trained at the world renowned ...

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