Discover the steerable sheath technology engineered to provide CONTROL, PRECISION AND STABILITY.
Predictable control is imperative for the safety and efficacy of complex cardiac interventions. Using the Nagare™ steerable sheath will help accurately navigate all chambers of the heart with confidence.
The sheath shaft does not bow during tip deflection, minimizing unintended movement and loss of distal tip position for more accurate transseptal puncture and catheter delivery.1
Provides consistent and dependable contact force, so therapy can be delivered in areas that are difficult to reach.1
Nagare™ is the first steerable sheath that does not depend on pull wires for tip deflection. This first-in-kind technology eliminates bowing of the sheath shaft during tip deflection and provides a stable platform with 1:1 torque response.1
- TruVector™ TECHNOLOGY: The proprietary design with TruVector™ technology uses coaxial, free-moving shafts that are bonded at the distal tip and reinforced with Kevlar®.
- Traditional Pull-Wire System: Other steerable sheaths on the market rely on traditional pull-wire systems for tip deflection, which may cause torque buildup, leading to abrupt sheath movement and loss of control.
Site-specific transseptal puncture is critical to the success of complex left-sided procedures.
NagareTM has a low crossing profile and a smooth sheath-to-dilator transition, allowing it to cross the septum quickly and with minimal resistance. It facilitates precise transseptal puncture setting up for the delivery of devices into the desired area of the left atrium.1
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Transseptal Crossing with NAGARE: Interview with Usman R. Siddiqui, MD
Use of the Nagare Steerable Sheath: Interview with Farhat S. Khairallah, MD, FHRS, FACC