glidewire

glide·wire

(glīd'wīr)
A hydrophilic or lubricated guidewire, generally used in the urinary tract.
See also: guidewire
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It builds on our proven performance in urologic access with the Glidewire Hydrophilic Guidewire and demonstrates our commitment to the urology space.
Feed 035" glidewire into the TJ tube and take pictures of insertion until reached tip of TJ.
With the patient under conscious sedation, a 12F sheath was placed in the right internal jugular vein, and a 5F straight multisidehole catheter (Cook, Inc, Bloomington, IN) was advanced through the filter over an angled Glidewire (Terumo Medical, Somerset, NJ).
018-inch Glidewire Advantage peripheral guidewire in the United States and Canada.
While antegrade placement always entailed use of a Bard Deluxe Guidewire PEG system, in 17% of cases, an additional snare kit was used; also, additional Amplatz and Glidewires were frequently used.