Super Q™ Aspiration System
The Super Q Aspiration System delivers unprecedented aspiration power by optimizing the system’s luminal radius and length. The combination of the unique design of the Q Catheter and the large bore of the Super 90 8F Guide Catheter creates a powerful aspiration system to restore flow in even the smallest vessels.
Up to 140% more aspiration power
“Turbo charge” your pullback
FLOW RATE DURING RETRACTION2
The Q™ Aspiration Catheter
MIVI FOR MeVO
With excellent trackability and 2X the aspiration force, Q is the choice for small vessels.
The increased aspiration force achieved with the MIVI system has resulted in improved recanalisation rates for distal occlusions in my practice (particularly ACA occlusions) using the Q3 and Q4 (3F and 4F, respectively) aspiration catheters.”
James Wareham, FRCR
Southmead Hospital, Bristol UK
How the Q Aspiration System Works
Learn more about how the Q Aspiration Catheter performs in even the most challenging occlusions.
Recanalisation of distal medium vessel occlusion with MIVI Q4™ Aspiration Catheter
Jesse Jones, MD
Recanalisation of A1/2 junction with MIVI Q4™ Aspiration Catheter
James Wareham FRCR
M1 occlusion successfully treated with MIVI Q6™ Aspiration Catheter System
Dr. Federico Ballenilla
Successful recanalization of basilar artery occlusion using MIVI Q6™ Aspiration Catheter System
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2 Data on file MIVI Neuroscience, Inc. ACE™68 is a registered trademark of Penumbra Inc.
Indications for use:
The Q Aspiration Catheter is indicated for use in the removal of fresh, soft emboli and thrombi in the peripheral and neurovascular systems. It may also be used as a diagnostic angiographic catheter.
The Super 90 8F Guide Catheter is indicated for use in facilitating the insertion and guidance of catheters into a selected blood vessel in the peripheral and neurovascular system. It may also be used as a diagnostic angiographic catheter.
MIVI High Flow Tubing HFT 110™ is to be used in conjunction with commercially available aspiration pumps and aspiration catheters to aspirate, remove, or sample body fluids.