Aortic Valve System


TAVI Clinical Case Series

Filmed Cases


Cases to Download

ACURATE Neo is in a patient with horizontal aortic root
SH-496703-AA SEP2017
ACURATE neo in a patient with low coronary ostia
SH-496704-AA SEP2017
ACURATE neo in a patient with severe calcification of the aortic root
SH-496706-AA SEP2017
ACURATE neo in a patient with an elliptical annulus
SH-496708-AA SEP2017
ACURATE neo in a patient with small annular dimensions PD
SH-496710-AA SEP2017

Expert Views

SH-546201-AA APR2018
SH-546201-AA APR2018
SH-503302-AA OCT2017

Webcasts, Symposia, Live Cases

LIVE demonstration from St-Johannes Hospital
SH-523101-AA JAN2018

Articles & Publications


10th September 2019
Device and procedural innovations have led to improved efficiency with TAVI
Since the first implant 17 years ago, transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) has become a routine procedure for inoperable and high-risk patients. Furthermore, new procedural and device iterations have led to the development of a “minimalist” TAVI approach, which in turn has led to more and more patients being selected for early discharge. Early discharge has potential benefits for patients and for hospitals. Read more
Rajesh Kharbanda
Rajesh Kharbanda
27th September 2018
Unique design and features of the ACURATE neo enable safe and efficient procedures
Results from the SAVI-TF Registry, which was recently published in JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions, show that the ACURATE neo (Boston Scientific) transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) device is associated with favourable clinical and echocardiographic outcomes at one year (8% mortality, 2.3% disabling stroke, and 9.9% pacemaker rate). Cardiovascular News reviews the unique design features of the valve and explores their potential benefits over other valve designs. Read more
Won-Keun Kim
Kim Won-Keun
26th June 2018
ACURATE neo: A “very safe” TAVI system providing “extremely good results in almost all patients”*
The ACURATE neo (Boston Scientific) is a transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) device made of a self-expanding nitinol frame and porcine pericardial leaflets in a supra-annular position. Data not only indicate that it is a safe and effective device, but also show that it may be especially beneficial in patients with reduced left ventricular function and/or a small aortic annulus. Read more
Christian Hengstenberg
*Christian Hengstenberg
July 2020 Cardiovascular News
Tailoring Therapy and Maximising TAVI Programme Efficiency
Leveraging unique advantages of a TAVI portfolio for optimized outcomes and early discharge. The past decade has seen a major evolution in the use of transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI), such that TAVI has progressed from being a procedure reserved for inoperable patients to one that is seen as a viable alternative to surgery in all elderly patients regardless of surgical risk profile. Read more


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