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Stent overexpansion capabilities are critical for CTO lesions which tend to be long and in large vessels.
The SYNERGY Stent is indicated for treatment of patients presenting with coronary artery total occlusion lesions and has a labeled overexpansion of up to 5.75mm allowing the physician to customize the stent to the appropriate vessel size.SYNERGY Stent System DFU
Stent mechanical properties are important considerations for CTO stenting.
The SYNERGY Stent’s customized architecture offers exceptional strength and conformability.
Radial Strength: Amount of radial force required to reduce the diameter of a deployed stent by 15%
Conformability: The amount of torque required to bend the stent to a specific curvature
Chronic Total Occlusion PCI and Vessel Healing
The SYNERGY Stent’s bioabsorbable polymer and abluminal coating are designed for early healing as the polymer is gone when no longer needed, shortly after completion of drug elution at 3 months.
Wilson, G.J., et al. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv. 2015.