Cardiac Stabilizer,Oxygenator,Endoscopic Vessel Harvesting System,Beijing Medos AT Biotechnology Co., Ltd.

Arterial Filter


Clear and crystal shell

Transparent shell design ensures the whole priming process clearly observed and can be watched from any angle if bubbles come in

Scientific design

Easy to desire,
Low priming volume

Unique design

Melt technical replace stickiness
Better Bio-compatibility

High quality

All materials import from well-known Germany manufacturer(Bayer, Loctite etc.)

European standard

Certification by authoritative organization (TUV Rheinland Group)

Technical specification:

Flow rate: 1~7L/min
Filter membrane Diameter: 40μm
Priming volume: 175ml
Blood Inlet: 3/8’’
Blood Outlet:3/8’’
Vent port: Luer Lock female
Filter membrane areas: 616 cm2

Technical Characteristic:

No body destroy
Spire inlet design, prevent the vortex
Created drape filter and novelty design not only speed up the priming, but also reduce the bubbles block in the arterial filter.
Applied import polyester filter membrane, priming operation quickly and simply.
High efficiency to deair and filtrate.
Blood screwy slowly enter the filter. The non-vortex blood stream lead to less bubbles and provides enough time to get rid of the bubbles from the vent.
New spire inlet design makes the air bubble separate from blood by centrifugal effect.
High quality filter membrane gets rid of the bubbles and embolus and can improve the filtrate efficiency.

Order Information:

Arterial Filter
Arterial filter + bypass tubing  
Arterial filter + bypass tubing + pressure monitor tubing

Instruction for use:

1. Set up an Arterial Filter Holder on an appropriate mounting pole.Remove the filter from package and inspect for damage. Remove cover from filter outlet connector. Seat filter in a vertical position in holder ensuring that the exposed connectors does not come in connect with seat of holder. Position filters inlet connector in direction of arterial pump head.

2. Attack a short length of sterile 3/8’’in.(9.5mm)ID tubing to filter inlet and outlet connectors. Connect this inlet and outlet tubing to arterial line using two sterile 3-way 3/8 in.(9.5mm) ID “Y” connectors. Connect another piece of 3/8” in.(9.5mm) ID sterile tubing between the unused connectors of the Y configurations for use an arterial filter bypass line.

3. Take off a sterile stopcock.Remove protection cap from stopcock Lure connector and attach connector to filter purge port. Turn stopcock clockwise until securely connected.

4. Attach a male-male pressure monitoring line to connector at top of stopcock. Close stopcock to pressure monitoring line and open to filter and to connect on side of stopcock.

5. Remove arterial line from pump head. Flush filter with carbon dioxide (CO2) through connector on side of stopcock. CO2 should exit filter through filter inlet and outlet lines.

6. Shut off gas and close stopcock to filter. Remove CO2 flush tubing from connector and replace with arterial filter vent or purge line tubing with a one-way valve in line. Attack other end of the vent or purge line to a Lure-Lock port on a vented reservoir. Place occluding clamps on filter inlet tubing and outlet tubing connected to arterial line. Replace arterial line tubing in pump head. Start pump. Prime arterial filter bypass line. Stop pump.

7. Carefully move clamp on arterial filter outlet tubing to proximal end of arterial line. Open stopcock to vent filter. Begin pumping at 200ml/min flow rate until rate us half primed.

8. Remove clamp from filter inlet tubing. Continue pumping until filter is primed.

9. Stop pump and close stock to filter. Remove clamp from proximal end of arterial line. Clamp arterial bypass line.

10. Remove filter from holder and invert filter. Initiate 2000ml/min. Recirculation flow. Tap filter housing to dislodge any gaseous bubbles from filter and/or filter outlet. Stop pump when all bubbles are removed.

11. Return filter to upright position and reseat in holder. Filter is now primed and ready for clinical use. During extracorporeal circulation, the stopcock maybe operated in either the “open” or “closed” position.