BALT designed a complete range of compliant occlusion balloons to fit to any aneurysm either sidewall, terminal or bifurcation aneurysm during remodeling techniques. Our range consists in 3 types of occlusion balloons: COPERNIC, ECLIPSE and BALTACCIB1/B2. Both COPERNIC and ECLIPSE are compatible with our 300cm .012" HYBRID guide wire. For exchange maneuver – HYBRID0.12D300.Download the Remodeling Balloons brochure.
Flow dependant micro catheter
The MAGIC catheters are the only real flow dependant catheters, meaning that their progression through the arteries system is facilitated by the blood flow. This characteristic is achieved thanks to an extreme suppleness of the PUR SIL tubes which allows a fast and non traumatic progression of the catheter inside the blood vessels. It was actually this remarkable property of the catheter that led the users to naming it “MAGIC”.Download the MAGIC brochure.
Balt offers a complete solution for Silk implantation:
Artery reconstruction system- a flow diverter
The Silk artery reconstruction device system allows for the innovative treatment of intracranial aneurysms. Owing to its high density braiding, Silk promotes efficient and positive flow changes.Download the Silk brochure.
Self Expanding intracranial stent
Next generation self expending intracranial stent.
The self-expanding LEO PLUS intracranial stent is designed specifically for the reconstruction of wide-necked post-carotid siphon aneurysms. Unlike open - or closed-cell stents, it is made of very fine, braided nitinol wires that slide smoothly onto each other when the stent is bent or compressed, even in acute angles. The advantage of the LEO PLUS is that ultra-fine sliding braided wires cannot form a jagged prolapse at the convexity or crimp in the concavity when bent at an angle.Download the Leo + brochure.
Flow dependant braided micro catheter
BALT SONIC maintains the qualities of the Magic catheter with a strong resistance to pressure and total DMSO compatibility. What is more, the SONIC is equipped with the patented system “FuseCath”, which allows its distal part to be detached should it get trapped in the embolisation product.Download the SONIC brochure.