The micro catheter is a small, flexible tube that is inserted into a vein or artery during a procedure. The catheter allows access to the blood vessels, where it can be guided by the physician or nurse to perform a specific task.
The advantages to using a micro catheter include:
1) Microcatheters are thin and flexible, which makes them easier to insert into vessels than other types of catheters.
2) They have a small diameter and allow for more precise targeting of specific areas within the body, such as the heart or arteries.
3) They are less likely than other types of catheters to cause damage or trauma when they're inserted into your body's blood vessels or organs because they're so small.