crossability

crossability

(ˌkrɒsəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the quality of being crossable
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These guidewires are designed to provide tip resilience and crossability in challenging arterial lesions.
The Sapphire NC Plus balloon dilatation catheter is a true non-compliant balloon featuring TiFo (tight fold) folding of the balloon material for enhanced crossability in the tightest lesions, Hydro-X coating for improved lubricity and passability, and an enhanced distal tip which allows for smooth lesion entry.
Other features include a proprietary XR balloon for best-in-class crossability and recrossability without compromising durability and robustness.
Other motives were interspecific gene transfer is generally limited by crossability barriers, ploidy differences, and genetic distance of taxa (Sujatha et al., 2013).
However, a cutting balloon is more effective, although it has a limited crossability of the lesion due to the sharp metal microtome blades and risk of coronary rupture.
In Andrographis paniculata as a large Chinese herbal medicine, there exist some limitations or barriers for crossability within AP accessions, and the problem is solved by using a combination of crossbreeding and genomic data method [69].
Comparative studies on crossability among modern roses and heterosis of some quantitative and qualitative traits in hybrids.
Using Nubaria las female did not succeed, such one--way crossability was reported before as "unilaterahncompatibihty" (24 and 25).
Tercross uses hydrophilic coating on part of its surface, which increases lubrication when it contacts blood, in order to enhance lesion crossability. Physicians can choose between two types of balloons.
Enhanced crossability may create economic value to the cath labs through the use of a single balloon prepping a lesion, thus reducing the need for the "step up" technique which requires several balloons of different size to first cross the tight lesions and then gradually expand sizing before treating with a stent.