• Increases procedural efficiency by reducing reliance on wire exchange devices - In a survey of 17 physicians, 12 projected a 3 minute time savings with direct wiring vs utilizing exchange devices
Available in two different wire profiles to provide the support you need
"I could feel the difference immediately, it torques like a workhorse guidewire. In select cases, I think primarily wiring the lesion will be efficient and safe."*
Dr. Robert Pyo Director, Interventional Cardiology Director, Stony Brook Cardiac Catheterization Laboratories
Stony Brook University Hospital
Proven Atherectomy Technology
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.
Tried and true. The ROTAPRO™ Atherectomy System is an essential tool for addressing lesions with any level of calcification.
Trusted for Over
Certified Operators in the U.S.
ROTAPRO Shows Consistently Low Procedural Complications Despite Being Used in the Toughest Cases2
The ROTAPRO Atherectomy System can be trusted in even the most complex cases. Rotational atherectomy is known to deliver exceptional outcomes, with multiple studies indicating that rotational atherectomy results in high procedural success rates with acceptable short- and longer-term MACE rates considering the severity of patient and lesion characteristics.
Lesions consist of more stenoses (>71%) and calcium severity.1
More lesions with calcific length greater than or equal to 15mm.1
Fewer complications post atherectomy (22.4% Orbital Atherectomy vs 12.8% Rotational Atherectomy), despite being used in more complex lesions, ROTAPRO has fewer total complications post atherectomy.1
Larger percentage of bifurcations, Aortic-Ostial lesions, small vessel and tortuosity treated.2
Confidence to Treat Any Complex Lesion Type
- Studies demonstrate that ROTAPRO is the only device that can address a wide range of calcified lesions.3
- Other atherectomy devices are typically preferred for a smaller subset of cases.