The ROTAPRO Rotational Atherectomy System features a trusted front-cutting concentric mechanism of action on an easy to use platform. This provides physicians with confidence to treat all levels of coronary calcification in even the most complex lesion types.
Confidence to Treat Any Complex Lesion Type
A 998 patient study demonstrated that rotational atherectomy was preferred choice of vessel preparation for a wider range of calcified lesions vs orbital atherectomy.1
- Other atherectomy devices are typically preferred for a smaller subset of cases.
Sub-CTO and tight lesions
Small vessel and distal lesions
- 77% of cases utilize a 1.25 - 1.50 mm burr size, which enables smooth radial delivery
- Additional burr sizes are available to customize sizing for any lesion type
Unpredictable = Unacceptable
Lumen size and case success depends on a variety of different factors. The Diamondback 360 Orbital Atherectomy (OA) device is unpredictable, while the ROTAPRO Rotational Atherectomy Device offers added precision where you need it most.
Lumen size gains with the Diamondback 360 device are dependent on how fast the advancer knob is moved.†
With ROTAPRO, the burr size influences lumen gain making it more predictable and uniform.
The Diamondback 360 device requires a high speed (120k) to gain a larger lumen resulting in a higher risk of perforation.†
ROTAPRO allows the operator to customize speed to manage complication risk.
More passes are required to create a larger lumen size with orbital atherectomy.†
Maximize lumen gain with rotational atherectomy.
More Efficient. Better Outcomes.
As many as 88% of patients with calcium are undertreated. Calcium can lead to complications like stent underexpansion and malaposition causing increased rates of TLR, stent thrombosis and hospital readmissions.2
Inadequate stent expansion4
Optimizing calcium treatment through atherectomy can build efficiencies and lead to better clinical outcomes.
Per PCI additional reimbursement
payment for utilizing atherectomy + DES*