DaVINCI port and catheter systems are designed for biocompatibility, easy use, and longevity. These systems, implanted subcutaneously, are therefore ideal for both chronic and acute use. A unique design that maintains internal pressure and reduces the possibility of backflow within a heparin-locked system serves to prevent occlusion of the catheter, increases durability, and reduces the incidence of infection, seroma, and tissue necrosis. We are continually researching new designs to improve our systems and to meet our clients specifications and needs.

Choose the system that fits your application. The links will provide you a PDF with current descriptions for ordering.

A low profile, flat shape and lightweight design, in either a single- or dual-catheter housing, provides for minimal discomfort and skin necrosis. These port systems maintain patency with very little maintenance, so fluids are easily delivered to/collected from vessels.

With design characteristics similar to the vascular systems described above, this streamlined catheter housing provides access to the lateral ventricle for delivery of compounds for neurological applications.

These systems allow cannulation of the bile duct and incorporate a specialized connection that operates as an occluder as well as a delivery/sampling port.

The URI bladder catheter system was developed to maintain patency regardless of its position within the bladder. Its unique oval design covers a significant area inside the bladder, and its elasticity allows the catheter to collapse on itself during the process of voiding, thereby decreasing discomfort and trauma to the mucosa wall.

DaVINCI-engineered catheters are available in a variety of gauges and lengths to meet our clients need.

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