Stents: Vascular

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  • ELUVIA™ Drug-Eluting Vascular Stent System

    The Eluvia Drug-Eluting Stent System continues to demonstrate unprecedented clinical outcomes with a 92.5% freedom from TLR at 2 years, the highest reported in comparable SFA clinical trials.

    1. Interventional Radiology
    2. Vascular Surgery
    3. Interventional Cardiology
  • FLEXIVE™ Cobalt-Chromium Endovascular Stent System

    The FLEXIVEᵀᴹ Cobalt-Chromium Endovascular Stent System is the new treatment option for tortuous iliac lesions. This highly visible Cobalt Chromium stent with thin struts is designed to provide outstanding flexibility and conformability.

    1. Interventional Radiology
    2. Vascular Surgery
    3. Interventional Cardiology
  • Innova™ Self-expanding nitinol stent system for Superficial Femoral Artery (SFA)

    The Innova™ Self-Expanding Stent System introduces a new level of performance in SFA stenting, with an optimal combination of superb flexibility, high radial force, significantly reduced fracture rates and excellent deliverability.¹

    1. Interventional Radiology
    2. Vascular Surgery
    3. Interventional Cardiology
  • PROMUS Element™ Plus BTK Everolimus-Eluting Platinum Chromium Stent System

    The PROMUS Element Plus Stent System establishes a new standard of drug-eluting stent performance with the combination of its highly visible Platinum Chromium alloy and innovative stent design for a superior compression resistance together with the market-leading Everolimus drug.

    1. Interventional Radiology
    2. Vascular Surgery
    3. Interventional Cardiology
  • VICI VENOUS STENT® System

    The VICI VENOUS STENT System is a self-expanding nitinol stent specifically designed to meet the challenges of venous anatomy. Its unique closed-cell geometry and high radial strength provide excellent lumen quality, without compromising flexibility or deployment accuracy, so Interventionists can expect reliable performance and more successful patient outcomes.

    1. Interventional Cardiology
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