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A New Standard Of Care In SFA Stenting

Eluvia Drug-Eluting Stent Technology

Eluvia™ drug-eluting stent offers sustained drug release, with the lowest drug dose density, delivered by the most proven polymer

Next-generation technology

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Built for sustained drug release and efficient drug transfer.

Eluvia is designed to meet the challenges of the superior femoral artery (SFA) with outstanding flexibility and precise stent placement. Only the Eluvia™ drug-eluting stent (DET) offers sustained drug release to match the restenosis process in the SFA, with the lowest drug dose density1 delivered by the most proven polymer.

Polymer designed for controlled drug release

Eluvia has the lowest drug dose density1 (0.167 μg/mm2) delivered by the world’s most proven polymer. It ensures targeted delivery to the lesion and features the lowest systemic drug exposure for the patient among all peripheral paclitaxel-based technologies2.

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Eluvia's downstream impact


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Triaxial delivery system

Built for more precise and predictable stent placement.

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*Drug Dose Data from Eluvia DES, Zilver BIX DES, Lutonix 018 DCB, Lutonix 035 DCB, Stellarex 035 DCB and Ranger DCB Instructions for Use.
**Kaplan-Meier Estimate. 1-Year Results published in The Lancet. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(18)32262-1.
***Data on file at Boston Scientific. Devices were tested in simulated use conditions in a tortuous vessel model under clinically relevant flow conditions. Downstream particulates collected with a polycarbonate filter. 
****The limit of quantification was defined as 1 ng/mL. IMPERIAL PK Substudy. IMPERIAL 1-Year Results published in the Lancet. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(18)32262-1.


1. Data from Eluvia, Lutonix, Stellarex, Zilver PTX and IN.PACT Directions for Use. 
2. Drug Dose Data from Eluvia DES, Zilver PTX, Lutonix 018 DCB, Lutonix 035 DCB, Stellarex 035 DCB and Ranger DCB Instructions for Use. Data on file at Boston Scientific. Represents total global sales of the PROMUS (Boston Scientific) and XIENCE (Abbott) stents since 2006.

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