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Fabco Automotive has the most complete line of integrated all wheel drive transfer case and steerable drive axle systems for Class 6-8 vehicles in the industry.
This simple design, eliminates the need for steerable sheaths and complicated accessories and may enhance the user's ability to quickly and easily reach all pulmonary veins.
Fabco is the only supplier with freewheel hub capability for 10,000 through 16,000 pound steerable drive axles for use in Class 6 through 8 all wheel drive vehicles.
As we see the field move toward smaller systems, we are proud that our innovative design allowed us to develop our coaxial steerable technology in the small 4 Fr size," commented Amr Salahieh, Founder and Chairman of Shifamed.
The Morph([R]) AccessPro[TM] system is believed to be the world's only arterial access steerable conduit with a profile small enough to be used in routine PAD procedures and an inner lumen large enough to deliver the equipment used in treating PAD such as stents, atherectomy devices, laser systems, and balloons.
The Vado Sheath is the first of its kind steerable sheath that does not require pull wires for tip deflection.
Jude Medical GuideRight[TM] family of steerable guidewires, the TigerWire Steerable Guidewire is designed to enhance physicians' ability to steer through challenging peripheral arteries, the vessels that supply blood to the legs and arms.
A minute later the drogue was blown off and a parafoil - a steerable, wing-shaped parachute - was deployed.
The first X-38 made a successful inaugural flight March 12, but its parafoil - a steerable, rectangular parachute with the surface area of a Boeing 747 wing - twisted and ripped during its deployment.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its ENZO[TM] steerable microcatheter.
The first X-38 made a successful inaugural flight March 12, but its parafoil - a steerable rectangular parachute with a surface area as large as a Boeing 747 wing - twisted and ripped during its deployment.