Restenosis in the SFA
Due to the biological environment and significant mechanical forces in the SFA, the timing of restenosis is longer than in other anatomies. As a result, engineers for the Eluvia Drug-Eluting Stent needed to identify the right formulation of paclitaxel and polymer to tune an elution curve that would help ensure the drug is available when restenosis is most likely to occur.
Clinical History of Restenosis1
Sustained Drug Release Beyond 12 Months
The Eluvia Drug-Eluting Stent is the first stent for the SFA designed to match the release of paclitaxel to the restenotic cascade for better healing and patency. The stent leverages SUSTEND™ drug-delivery technology, a polymer-based technology with proven biocompatibility that has been implanted in more than 10 million patients.
Drug Tissue Concentrations Over Time2
Designed for Better Patient Outcomes
Stent Design & Delivery
Built on the foundation of the next-generation Innova™ Stent platform, the Eluvia Drug-Eluting Stent is designed to provide uniform scaffolding for drug delivery while optimizing flexibility, radial strength and fracture resistance.
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