Interventional Cardiology


Terumo is a pioneer in the area of Transradial Intervention which helps patients improve their quality of life with early ambulation after angioplasty, optimize costs with early discharge for hospitals and improve patient outcomes for healthcare physicians.

TRY The TRI Program is an educational and scientific skill development initiative of Terumo, designed to apply practical, clinically oriented learning approach in Transradial Intervention.

The program features experienced transradial operators at an identified Transradial Center of Excellence, and focuses on teaching basic and advanced techniques in transradial angiography and to the fraternity interventional cardiologist .


• Modular training program, based on a learning curve at designated Center of Excellence – with emphasis on best

  Practices for Transradial Intervention

• Designed for interventionalist seeking to gain confidence in performing percutaneous coronary procedures via the radial   approach.

• Highlight clinical, economical, and quality-of-life benefits of using radial over femoral access

Program highlights

• Specific techniques and maneuvers and equipment selection to perform successful transradial intervention in both

  simple and complex cases

• Describes how to optimally manage specific complications while performing transradial procedures

• Integrate all aspects of the transradial approach into daily clinical practice in order to improve efficiency, performance,

  and referrals.

Access & Diagnostic Products:

Introducer Sheath

Radifocus® Introducer II Standard Kit

Introducers are intended to be inserted percutaneously into a vessel to facilitate the entire interventional procedure.

Guide Wire

Angiographic Catheter

Radial Artery Compression Device

Coronary Intervention Products:

PTCA Guide Wire

PTCA Guiding Catheter

Aspiration Catheter

PTCA Micro Catheter

PTCA Balloon Catheter

Drug Eluting Stent

Interventional Oncology Products:

Micro Catheter

Peripheral Intervention Products:

Guiding Sheath